The Volkswagen Golf was the last most popular car in Belgium.
In total, 14,591 cars were registered from this model. The second place goes to the Renault Clio (11,571) and the third to the Fiat 500 (11,345), according to the figures of the Belgian Federation of & # 39; e Automobile and Cycle (Febiac), organizer of the car show in Brussels. The wave is in the priority of both private and registered cars (6,586) and registered by companies (7,698).
In the private segment, the top 5 is completed by the Citroën C3 (6,517), the Renault Clio (6,3336), the Dacia Sandero (5,866) and the Volkswagen Polo (5,263). In the case of companies cars, the Fiat 500 (6,068), Skoda Octavia (5,944), Renault Scenic (5,699) and Hyundai Tucson (5,686) occupied 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th.
When the wave is the most popular in Flanders (private and corporate), followed by the Renault Clio and the Fiat 500, Volkswagen's star did not return to its top 3 in the south of the country. The first stage of the podium went to the Citroën C3, ahead of the Dacia Sandero and the Peugeot 208.
Ultimately, in Brussels, the Nissan Qashqai is a little smaller than the Hyundai Tucson and the Fiat 500.
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