Expensive cars like a Ferrari Portofino, Aston Martin DBS or Rolls-Royce Cullinan are not for everyone. And so it makes sense that at most a handful of these types of cars are sold every month. The same applies to the Mercedes-Benz G-class, Lexus LC, Aston Martin Vantage and the Morgan Plus 6 and Plus 4. You see a Mercedes-Benz GLS more often, but it was only sold once last month. The same goes for Maserati’s SUV, the Levante.
More surprising is the position of the Jaguar I-Pace. The electric Jaguar is doing really badly, something that is mainly due to the tightening of the addition rules and increasing competition. At its introduction in 2018, the I-Pace was still sold 3,526 times, a year later it was only 770 units. Over the whole of last year, Jaguar sold only 18 I-Paces, and so only one was sold in March, Autoweek discovered in an analysis of last month’s least-sold cars.
More affordable cars such as the Skoda Citigo, Mazda CX-3 and Seat Alhambra are models that have reached the end of their life cycle. Cars that are still available don’t all do well either. Apparently there is no market in the Netherlands for cars such as the Toyota Camry and Fiat Tipo. In any case, the people who did buy these models in March made an original choice.
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