Poll results: Audi A5 sedan/wagon, French family chariots

Here are results of some recently-conducted polls:

1.    Audi A5 sedan/wagon renderings fail to convince Audi sceptics

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2.   Citroën C4 Picasso takes a narrow victory over its French competitors

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This is a particularly interesting result, as the last-placed Renault Kadjar is in fact the best-selling model of the four, albeit with sales data reflecting the outgoing Peugeot 3008/5008 and Renault Scenic (see the European Midsized Crossover and Midsized MPV sales reports for the first half of 2016). And it’s not even the best-selling in its segment (it’s fifth) – a sign of the times.

About Krzysztof Wozniak

Kriss grew up in Poland reading German car magazines, before moving to England and graduating to the British magazines, which he still considers the best in the world and continues reading them after he'd moved to the US. In college he promised himself he's buy himself a used Porsche before he turned 30 (not to be accused of having a mid-life crisis), but instead family needs dictated a Subaru Outback. Still waiting for that perfect moment to buy a used 2008-ish Cayman...
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Comments

  1. 68% people think Audi design is boring. 🙂

    But someone on the market must be “ultra-conservative” as there are several people who only “buy only a car they once bought”.

    For the rest the of customers, the market is wide

    • Having a boring design isn’t a disadvantage. A lot of people don’t want to show off when they buy a car so they go for cars that are boring but with other qualities.

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