Best selling cars
Looking down this list, it's easy to understand why these cars are the UK's best sellers. They each offer a range of abilities, meaning they can handle almost anything that's asked of them. They're also cheap to run and if you shop around, it shouldn't be hard to get a great deal on the one you're after.
According to figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), more new cars were registered for UK roads in 2014 than in any year for a decade. That has much to do with the number of attractive finance deals available at the moment - 75% of buyers purchase their car on finance.
The SMMT found that superminis such as the Ford Fiesta, Vauxhall Corsa and Fiat 500 continue to grow in popularity. But the organisation is also seeing more buyers choosing models from upmarket brands such as Audi.
More buyers than ever are opting for alternatively fuelled, low-emission cars, thanks to low fuel and road tax bills and the promise of a £5,000 grant for electric cars. Almost 4,600 of this kind of vehicle were registered this January – an increase of more than 60% over January 2014.
Here, we run down the best-selling cars so far this year – keep reading for the Carbuyer guide to the UK's top-selling cars.