Registrations of new vehicles in Europe slumped 8.2% in September, compared to similar interval in 2007. The volume of cars registered last month dropped to ten years-low.
In first nine months, 11,710,521 cars were registered on the European car market, down 4.4% from last year .
In Western Europe, 1,211,308 new cars were registered in September, down by 9.3%. In September, the French car industry tumbled 8.4%, while German and Italian markets dropped 1.5% and respectively 5.5%.
Sharpest decline was in Great Britain – 21.2% and Spain – 32.2%.
In first nine months, vehicle registrations declined 5% in Western Europe. France and Germany remained the leading markets with 3.4% growth and 1.3%. The car registrations’ volume decreased by 7.5%in UK, 11.3% in Italy, and 22% in Spain.
Markets in newly accessioned states in EU advanced 7.8% in September, 93,275 cars being registered. Only Hungary declined 4.3% while car industry from Czech mounted 32.2%, Romania increased by 17.4% and Poland by 1.8%.
In lipsa unui acord scris din partea InternetCorp, puteti prelua maxim 500 de caractere din acest articol daca precizati sursa si daca inserati vizibil linkul articolului Vehicle registrations in Romania tumbled 1.4% after first three quarters.