ACEA: Dacia registrations in Europe increased by 16% in November 2022

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The European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) report on European car registrations in November reveals an increase for the Dacia brand, which sold 43,757 cars in the EU, EFTA and UK states (+16% compared to November 2021). Thus, Dacia’s market share in Europe was 4.3% in November, and Ford’s was 4.5%.
In the entire period January – November 2022, of a European market of 10,196,115 new cars, Dacia, with 393,574 units sold, represents 4.7%, while Ford, with 348,065 units, 4.2%. For comparison, brands such as Hyundai, Kia or Skoda this year hold 4.6%, 4.8% and 5.1%, respectively.
In this context, the Dacia brand is more sold this year in Europe than Fiat (337,388 units, 4%), Citroen (317,233 units, 3.8%) or Seat (270,299 units, 3.2%), but below Skoda, Peugeot, Renault, Kia, Toyota, BMW or Mercedes-Benz.
Reported from January to November of 2021, the Romanian brand Dacia, owned by the Renault group, registered an increase of 14%, one of the largest in Europe. Only DS, Alfa Romeo and Alpine have higher percentage increases, but they all sold much less than Dacia.
At the same time, Ford recorded in the first 11 months of 2022 a 3.5% decrease in registrations, from 360,622 units, to 348,065 units. In terms of market shares, Dacia rose from 3.9% last year to 4.7%, while Ford rose from 4% to 4.2%.
After the first 11 months of 2022, 10,196,115 cars were registered on the continent, down 5.8% compared to the January-November period of 2022 (10,824,193 registered units). Between January and November, 116,891 cars entered circulation in Romania, an increase of 7.4% compared to the 108,821 reported in the first 11 months of 2021.

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