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Volkswagen Touareg tops Glass's used car chart

The Volkswagen Touareg was the fastest used car off the forecourt in January, according to Glass's.

Vauxhall's Mokka takes second place but, at the other end of the spectrum, the Cascada convertible has become the single most difficult used car to sell.

  1. Volkswagen Touareg
  2. Vauxhall Mokka
  3. Chevrolet Orlando
  4. Skoda Yeti
  5. Toyota Prius

Rupert Pontin, Glass's Head of Valuations, said: "The Volkswagen Touareg is often underrated but offers fantastic build quality, superb engines, great handling and subtle looks. This is the thinking man's Porsche Cayenne."

The average selling price for the top five fastest selling cars is £15,791 - up 6.5% on last month.

Pontin added: "Vauxhall's Cascada has completed its journey to the bottom of the list becoming this month's slowest selling car. Such a shame because it is not a bad car but its underlines Vauxhalls' current disconnect with the retail buyer, Mokka aside. They currently have three cars in the 20 slowest selling models."


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