Europe: Car Sales Data by Country. All 39 markets figures.

Thanks to its database and the network of its local correspondents, focus2move.com is now able to release sales data for the entire Europe, from Portugal to Ukraine. The countries included are not only those inside the European Community – as released by ACEA association – but also others, such as Bosnia, Serbia, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Belarus, Russia, Turkey, and Ukraine. Moreover, data includes cars and light commercial vehicles in order to give a better view of the True European light passenger markets and allow a pear with pear comparison with the rest of the World.

November 2013 was the third year on year growing month in a row for the whole European light passenger vehicles market with a total of 1.425.128 vehicles sold, up 0.3% from last year. Year to date figures was 16.184.000, down 2.9% from last year.

In November, 19 markets were down out of the 39 ranked, and 5 out of biggest 10 fell or 4 out of top five. Indeed, largest market trend in still negative, but year on year loss is reduced at few points.

So, on top of the list, Germany has lost 1.8% and Russia 3.5%. UK was again the strongest market, with a plus 8.4% November figure and with a double digit performance on yearly basis. Following the October break, France was back in the red list, while Italy was there for all the last 42 months.

The best November performance was posted by The Netherland (+30.5%), followed by Greece (+29.9%), Ireland (+25.8%), Portugal (+24.2%), Croatia 8+17.8%) and Spain (+17.8%).

The best market on year to date performance was Estonia (+24.7%), ahead of UK (+10.1%) and Turkey and Portugal, both up 9.1%.

In the table below, all European countries with sales in cars and LCV, ranked for last month performance, from the biggest to the smallest:

Rank Nov

Rank   Ytd

Brand

Nov ’13

Ytd Nov

I Half

Q3

Oct

Nov

YTD 2013

1

1

Germany

264.730

2.917.121

-6,7%

1,1%

4,9%

-1,8%

-3,3%

2

2

Russia

231.982

2.512.965

-5,3%

-7,8%

-7,6%

-3,5%

-6,1%

3

3

UK

182.228

2.362.106

10,1%

11,6%

6,4%

8,4%

10,1%

4

4

France

168.064

1.945.712

-11,0%

-1,2%

2,7%

-4,4%

-7,0%

5

5

Italy

111.546

1.298.915

-11,2%

-4,0%

-6,1%

-3,9%

-8,7%

6

7

Turkey

79.301

723.496

12,1%

7,6%

-3,2%

10,6%

9,2%

7

6

Spain

63.943

740.672

-4,8%

8,8%

34,2%

17,8%

2,8%

8

9

Netherlands

44.810

427.509

-34,3%

-6,3%

31,0%

30,5%

-20,8%

9

8

Belgium

35.748

511.412

1,6%

-2,7%

-5,9%

-10,5%

-0,9%

10

13

Sweden

28.560

277.271

-9,5%

4,6%

3,6%

0,4%

-3,9%

11

12

Poland

28.037

300.711

-11,7%

0,8%

6,5%

-8,5%

-6,9%

12

11

Switzerland

27.802

305.018

-11,4%

2,0%

-0,9%

-6,2%

-6,9%

13

10

Austria

25.849

326.720

-8,4%

-3,3%

2,5%

-3,8%

-5,9%

14

15

Denmark

18.067

189.461

8,0%

-1,7%

9,0%

-2,6%

4,3%

15

14

Ukraine

16.671

210.831

-9,6%

0,4%

-30,8%

-27,6%

-10,9%

16

16

Czech Rep

15.751

160.653

-14,2%

7,7%

-2,9%

1,3%

-6,7%

17

17

Norway

14.660

158.647

3,9%

1,2%

3,6%

2,4%

3,0%

18

18

Portugal

10.723

111.825

2,2%

15,8%

23,8%

24,2%

9,1%

19

19

Finland

8.468

107.182

-15,9%

10,5%

11,5%

0,1%

-7,1%

20

23

Romania

6.716

60.300

-24,7%

-0,4%

-13,4%

5,1%

-14,4%

21

21

Slovakia

6.119

64.024

-12,1%

-23,0%

34,3%

1,9%

-10,7%

22

24

Greece

5.823

57.682

-6,4%

4,9%

-3,9%

29,9%

-0,7%

23

22

Hungary

5.785

60.336

-4,1%

17,3%

24,4%

3,4%

4,3%

24

25

Slovenia

4.473

55.033

1,5%

12,4%

21,3%

4,3%

5,8%

25

26

Luxembourg

3.839

47.032

-8,2%

-6,9%

1,7%

-4,6%

-6,7%

26

29

Bulgaria

2.119

21.497

-1,7%

17,6%

15,8%

6,2%

5,5%

27

27

Croatia

1.922

26.080

-23,8%

6,1%

9,9%

17,8%

-13,2%

28

28

Estonia

1.792

22.688

31,8%

17,8%

21,8%

6,7%

24,7%

29

31

Belarus

1.720

18.918

-0,1%

-0,1%

-0,1%

-0,1%

-0,1%

30

30

Serbia

1.604

19.928

-11,0%

-5,0%

-9,7%

-5,5%

-8,9%

31

20

Ireland

1.469

85.673

-19,0%

75,0%

11,8%

25,8%

-4,9%

32

32

Lithuania

1.263

12.704

-1,5%

-2,2%

2,1%

15,6%

0,2%

33

33

Latvia

1.085

12.176

4,0%

-7,8%

30,7%

-0,2%

2,9%

34

35

Cyprus

586

7.303

-42,7%

-25,7%

-35,2%

-27,4%

-37,1%

35

36

Moldova

562

6.182

-32,9%

-32,9%

-32,9%

-32,9%

-32,9%

36

37

Bosnia

552

5.862

-22,9%

-29,9%

-21,1%

-22,6%

-24,7%

37

34

Iceland

349

7.736

1,5%

2,8%

4,5%

35,3%

-0,5%

38

38

Macedonia

246

3.244

-22,0%

-18,0%

-13,7%

-61,0%

-26,1%

39

39

Liechstein

165

1.821

-5,1%

-0,8%

-0,8%

-3,7%

-3,4%

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