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European auto recovery still vulnerable to economy headwinds


New car sales across the continent have grown 6.2% in October, but the recent recovery has continued to be supported by demand increases triggered by boosted incentive programs. The previously recession-hit southern countries were the main drivers of the advances last month as sales in all major countries were positive – save for France. The continued problems of the latter signal ...
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China: October sales climb just 2.8%
The Chinese auto industry, the world’s largest market, has shown its first signs of weakness, with sales in October further slowing down to a 2.8% positive result. The country’s auto business ...
US: luxury sales race could see Mercedes and BMW at the photo finish
The US luxury market, the largest in the world, has seen Mercedes-Benz and BMW entrenched in a battle royal for the ages, trading blows and the top positions. Since 2011, when ...
VW’s core brand posts a slight sales loss in October
While Volkswagen Passenger Cars managed record deliveries in the period to October, for the first time passing the five million unit mark so fast, the last month’s figures were not ...
US: sales of certified pre-owned cars increased at record pace
While not everyone has the money to buy a new car, opting for the usual used-car approach has not been without threats – there are so many disaster scenarios that ...
Mercedes reaches record October sales
The third-largest premium automaker, Mercedes-Benz, has announced its best sales ever for the month of October, reaching an 11.5% growth to 140,941 units. The carmaker also said the overall sales for ...
October sales see rise of 10.8% at VW’s Audi
Audi AG, the premium automaker that belongs to German carmaker Volkswagen AG, has announced in a statement that its worldwide growth in October was of 10.8%, reaching total deliveries of ...
European auto recovery still strong in October
European demand finally picked up in all major western markets, save for France in October, with overall new car registrations climbing 5.5% to decrease the deep uncertainties that plagued the ...
Russia: Lada sales modestly rise following government subsidy program introduction
The country’s affordable Lada brand has enjoyed a slight return to positive sales, most likely owing the situation to the introduction of a government subsidy scheme designed to counter the ...
UK: Sales going up in October, but growth could slow down
Last month’s new-car registrations in the United Kingdom were buoyed by the availability of cheap credit, with the total for the first ten months exceeding the 2 million units milestone. Recently ...



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