Cars – Consolidated Registrations – By Country

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SOURCE: http://www.acea.be/statistics/tag/category/by-country-registrations

Each month, ACEA publishes two press releases reporting new passenger car (PC) and commercial vehicle (CV) registrations in Europe. These also contain an update of the previous year’s results. The data published by ACEA for the current year is provisional and provided by national sources.

ACEA also regularly publishes the consolidated data below. This information is compiled by the Association Auxilliaire de l’Automobile (AAA) and is occasionally refreshed in order to take account of variations in the way vehicle registrations were estimated or accounted for initially. This normally only applies for the current year or the year immediately preceding it.

Due to regular changes in the registration files by the official licensing authorities, ACEA registration data also changes time to time for the current and the previous year’s data.

Legend

EU15 Member States before the 2004 enlargement: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Greece, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, the UK
EU11 Member States having joined the EU since 2004: Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia (data for Malta and Cyprus unavailable)
EU EU15 + EU11
EFTA Iceland, Norway, Switzerland
Enlarged Europe EU + EFTA
Western Europe EU15 + EFTA

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