Dacia motor cars sales increased in November by 7.7% in Europe (EU plus EFTA), whereas the market share reached 2.7%, according to a European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) release on Thursday.
Dacia registrations in Europe reached in November 31,585 units, up against November 2015 (29,337 units).
In the first eleven months the Dacia automobiles deliveries registered an increase of 10.3% in Europe, with a market share of 2.8%, up from 2.7% during January-November 2015. Dacia registrations in Europe reached 383,807 units, up against the similar period last year (348,060 units).
In November 2016, the EU passenger car market managed to rebound following the slowdown observed in October, with new registrations totalling 1,148,618 units (+5.8%). Growth was supported by all major markets, with Spain (+13.5%), France (+8.5%) and Italy (+8.2%) posting the strongest gains, while the UK (+2.9%) and Germany (+1.5%) followed with more modest figures.
After 11 months, 2016 passenger car registrations in the EU totalled 13.5 million units, a 7.1% increase. All five big markets contributed positively to overall growth during this period. Double-digit increases were recorded in Italy (+16.5%) and Spain (+11.1%), followed by France (+5.0%), Germany (+4.6%) and the United Kingdom (+2.5%).