Dacia surpassed Fiat, Citroen, Opel, and Seat in new car registrations in Europe

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Car registrations in Europe increased in September, the second consecutive month of growth after 13 months of decline, and the Romanian market recorded an advance more than four times higher than the European average, according to the data published on Tuesday by the Association of European Vehicle Manufacturers Automobiles (ACEA).
According to ACEA, 1.049 million cars were registered in September 2022 in the European Union, Great Britain, and the EFTA countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland), increasing by 7.9% compared to September 2021. The car market in the Union European registered an even stronger growth, with an advance of 9.6% at an annual rate. All major EU car markets (Germany, France, Spain, and Italy) recorded increases in registrations, led by Germany and Spain which recorded double-digit increases (14.1% and 12.7% respectively), followed by increases more modest from France (5.5%) and Italy (5.4%).
In the first nine months of this year, the Dacia brand registered a 14.3% annual increase in sales, while most brands recorded decreases. A number of 321,461 Dacia brand cars were registered in Europe in the first nine months of this year, surpassing the registrations of brands such as Fiat, Citroen, Opel or Seat.
In Romania, car registrations increased by 33.4% year-on-year in September, up to 11,927 units, this being the fourth highest percentage increase recorded in Europe.
In the first nine months of this year, the car market in Romania registered an advance of 7.9%, up to 95,276 cars, while in Europe, car sales decreased by 9.7%, up to 8,271 million cars , and in the EU they decreased by 9.9% to 6.784 million units.

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