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Eurostat: Romania, last in the EU as number of cars per 1,000 inhabitants

In 2016, there were 258 million passenger cars on the EU’s roads. Car ownership rates were highest in Luxembourg (660 passenger cars per 1,000 inhabitants) followed by Italy, Malta and Finland (all above 600), while there were between 300 and ...

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APIA: Car market up by 22pc in 8 months

The Romanian car market registered a 22% increase in the first eight months of the year, as compared to the same period in 2017, the total volume of car deliveries reaching 119,093 units, according to the figures released on Friday ...

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Romania, the last in EU in terms of cars number per inhabitant

An average of 497 passenger cars per 1 000 inhabitants were registered in the EU in 2015. According to Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, amongst all EU Member States, Luxembourg topped the list with 661 cars per ...

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New car registrations blast off this February

Romania’s registrations of new vehicles grew in February, by almost 50 percent to 11,979 units compared with the same period a year earlier, the Directorate for Driving Licenses and Vehicle Registration (DRPCIV) data reveal. Passenger cars registered the biggest jump ...

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Romania’s car fleet exceeded 7 million vehicles in 2016

National car fleet has increased in 2016 by 6.21 percent from the previous year, exceeding 7 million vehicles, of which over 1.25 million were registered in Bucharest, according to the Directorate for Driving Licenses and Vehicle Registration (DRPCIV) data. Most ...

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Passenger car registrations in the EU, up by 6.2 pc in January. Dacia registrations slightly down

In January 2016, the EU passenger car market started the year positively, marking the 29th consecutive month of growth, acea.be reports. Registrations during the month grew (+6.2%) compared to January 2015, totalling 1,061,150 units. This result is encouraging for the ...

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