5. Nissan Qashqai 27,800
When the Nissan Qashqai first arrived in 2006, it heralded the birth of the crossover class, which is now the most crowded and in-demand segment in the UK. Even now, 14 years later and with nearly 30 well-rounded opponents to fend off, the Qashqai remains the king. It put in another strong showing in November to place fifth in the sales chart.
6. Kia Sportage 27,297
We will get a completely new Kia Sportage next year, yet the current model continues to perform in the UK market. It was just beaten in a head-to-head battle with the similar-size Qashqai in November, registering a total of 27,297 units so far this year. Its selection of versatile powertrains mean the SUV should stay in contention until the end of the year.
7. Mini 3dr/5dr 26,899