02 November 2018

Europe Passenger Car Sales : Jan-Sep 2018


Registrations within the EU (according to ACEA) were -23.5% for September but +2.5% YTD. The list below contains some countries that are not within that classification but one could assume the figures wouldn't vary too far from that with the add ons.

Some countries (especially Ireland) have a quiet last three months so the odd position will change by year's end. However, it gives a strong indication of where things are at. I also have divided the west from east. No reason other than historically they were divided that way so I retained that.



West Europe


17 Brand Units %


1 Germany 2,673,418 23.8%


2 UK 1,910,820 17.0%


3 France 1,662,682 14.8%


4 Italy 1,491,261 13.3%


5 Spain 1,042,672 9.3%


6 Belgium 455,722 4.1%


7 Netherlands 359,381 3.2%


8 Sweden 281,828 2.5%


9 Austria 275,758 2.5%


10 Switzerland 225,286 2.0%


11 Portugal 182,677 1.6%


12 Denmark 170,044 1.5%


13 Ireland 123,087 1.1%


14 Norway 111,500 1.0%


15 Finland 97,730 0.9%


16 Greece 84,076 0.7%


17 Luxembourg 42,369 0.4%


18 Iceland 15,968 0.1%


19 Cyprus 10,396 0.1%


20 Malta 6,201 0.1%


21 Liechtenstein 1,427 0.0%



Total 11,224,303





East Europe


17 Brand Units %


1 Russia 1,297,556 52.3%


2 Poland 403,343 16.3%


3 Czech Rep 207,784 8.4%


4 Hungary 104,612 4.2%


5 Romania 103,595 4.2%


6 Slovakia 75,721 3.1%


7 Ukraine 60,291 2.4%


8 Slovenia 58,452 2.4%


9 Croatia 50,081 2.0%


10 Bulgaria 26,443 1.1%


11 Serbia 22,124 0.9%


12 Lithuania 24,328 1.0%


13 Estonia 20,519 0.8%


14 Latvia 13,158 0.5%


15 Bosnia-Herzeg 7,425 0.3%


16 Moldova 3,672 0.1%



Total 2,479,104






Grand Tot 13,703,407



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