Cars generating the most leads on What Car?

It’s a turbulent time for new car sales, and the uncertainty around new car lead times and availability caused by the ongoing chip shortage is reflected in last month’s leads. Perennially popular models including the Ford Fiesta and Nissan Qashqai fell substantially down our rankings, by seven and nine places respectively, while others, including the Seat Ateca, fell away from the top 20 entirely.

Other models rose substantially despite the chip crisis, with the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and Toyota RAV4 rising by four and 11 places respectively. That’s despite no Target Price savings being available on the Ioniq 5 at the time of writing, while buyers can currently save up to £2268 on the RAV4 large SUV.
Nothing was able to topple the Volvo XC40 family SUV from the top of our list this time, though – it pulled in 51% more leads than the second-place car, the Volkswagen ID.3.

1.  Volvo XC40
2.  Volkswagen ID.3
3.  Ford Puma
4.  Kia e-Niro
5.  Hyundai Tucson
6.  Toyota RAV4
7.  Skoda Enyaq iV
8.  Skoda Kamiq
9.  Volkswagen Tiguan
10.  Hyundai Ioniq 5
11.  Kia EV6
12.  Ford Kuga
13.  Honda Jazz
14.  Volkswagen Golf
15.  Cupra Formentor
16Nissan Qashqai
17.  Ford Fiesta
18.  Nissan Leaf
19.  Toyota Yaris
20.  Nissan Juke

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