European auto market, up by 9.8 pc in September. VW tops sales. Dacia registrations up by 9.4 pc

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The number of car registrations in Europe increased by 9.8% in September, leading to an 8.8% advance for the year, the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) informed on Friday.
In the EU and EFTA countries some 1.356 million cars were registered, up by 9.8% against 1.235 units in September 2014.
The most important hikes were registered in Spain (up by 22.5%) and Italy (17.2%). The largest three markets in Europe also registered sales increases: France – 9.1%, UK – 8.6% and Germany – 4.8%.
The Romanian auto market also registered growth in September by 3.4% to 5,752 cars and by 10.2% this year (nine months) to 56,839 new cars.
Volkswagen tops sales in the EU with 23.3% of the market, up by 8.4% in September against the same month last year.
Renault Group’s sales in EU and EFTA countries have increased by 4.9% to 108,520 units in September. Renault sales have increased by 3.4%, while Dacia registrations grew by 9.4% to 28,250 units.
In the first nine months of this year, some 284,686 Dacia cars were registered on the European market, up by 4% against the similar period last year. Dacia has surpassed other brands such as Seat (255,714 units), Volvo (186,165 units) and Mazda (148,860 units).

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