The Ford Fiesta was the second most common car model sold as fleet. In 2018, 34,198 units were newly registered as such, with the model only trumped by the Volkswagen Golf. By comparison, the multi-purpose vehicle Ford C-Max was the most popular in its segment, accounting for 10.6 percent of all such vehicles sold.
Ford Fiesta was the most ubiquitous car on British roads. As of the end of 2018, there were over 1.5 million licensed Fiesta’s in Great Britain. Figures had noticeably increased from a low recorded in 2007, but were still less than those seen in 2000. A more recently introduced model, the SUV Ford Kuga had accumulated to 212,577 units in the ten years since its release.
Ford was not only responsible for the production of popular passenger cars, but also light commercial vehicles. As of 2018, the Ford Transit was the most numerous of all LGVs in Great Britain, with 936,548 registered vehicles. This compared to 92,636 licensed Ford Ranger models.