Summary of Statistics for all the 44 European Automotive Market.

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Summary of Statistics for all the 44 European Automotive Market in November reports many positive data with Russia and Turkey stable again and Mediterranean countries all in black. The United Kingdom confirms to follow its own path.

In November 2014, according to data released by all Car Manufacturers local Associations and by ACEA, the total Light Passengers Vehicle (cars + light commercial vehicles) sold in Europe (44 countries) have been 1.446.000, up only 0.3% from the correspondent month last year.

Year-to-date November sales in Europe have been 13.425.000, up 1.2% from the correspondent period last year.

Following the recovery scored in the first half of the year, when the sentiment was positive and the total volume was pushed down just by three countries (Russia, Turkey and Ukraine).

In the second half the countries inside the European Community were hit by lower than expected GDP, mainly as results of sanctions to Russia for the Ukraine crisis. Russia and CIS kept the weak trend as the GDP fell rapidly due to the EU sanctions.

Turkey, involved in an internal political instability, was weak until the political election that have confirmed the former regime, with a short term positive effect on the markets, the automotive included.

In November, many had been the positive data compared with the previous month, starting from the decline of only 1.1% in Russia (as temporary effect of government sustain to the industry).

Turkey was positive 1.7% while in the cumulative data this was the worse market in Europe losing 14.2% from year ago.

Germany and France sales had been weak, losing respectively 1.9% and 4.0% while the United Kingdom confirmed to be far from the rest of Europe raising 8.9%.

Considering Ukraine (-62.0%) a case a part, the worse market of the month was The Netherlands (-17.7%) while the best was Portugal (+31.8%).

See here reports on European statistics for Brands or Models updated at November 2014.

Data on the 44 European countries are sourced by focus2move.com Mobility Database, aggregating data from all National Carmaker Associations or Dealers Associations, including, for the European Community, the European Automobile Manufacturers Association.

Data combined the 28 countries of European Community plus the 3 E.F.T.A. (Norway, Iceland and Switzerland) plus East and South European countries like Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, Bosnia, Serbia, Macedonia, Moldova, Belarus, Moldova, Armenia, Georgia, and Albania. We also include little countries like Monaco and Liechtenstein, despite for these countries data are preliminary and subject at a late update.

Below, you can sort our interactive tables to see statistics regarding Brands and Groups. Please bear in mind that sales data are subject to adjustments as sources will update their information. This report is updated at the publishing date and will not be modified while the next on this subject will always have the year to date data updated.

Rank YTD 2014 Rank F.Y. 2013 Country Sales Nov 2014 Sales Nov 2013 Nov YoY Var. Sales YTd Nov Ytd Nov Var.
1 1 Germany 272.087 277.275 -1,9% 3.000.901 2,4%
3 2 Russia 229.439 231.982 -1,1% 2.220.723 -11,6%
2 3 UK 198.371 182.228 8,9% 2.604.922 10,3%
4 4 France 164.534 171.473 -4,0% 1.967.869 0,9%
5 5 Italy 118.727 112.490 5,5% 1.370.305 4,5%
7 6 Turkey 80.621 79.301 1,7% 620.692 -14,2%
6 7 Spain 75.547 63.261 19,4% 886.421 19,8%
9 9 Netherlands 36.947 44.876 -17,7% 402.526 -5,9%
8 8 Belgium 33.363 35.748 -6,7% 506.840 -0,9%
12 13 Sweden 28.878 27.922 3,4% 312.763 13,1%
10 12 Poland 28.220 28.043 0,6% 315.344 4,8%
13 11 Switzerland 26.078 27.494 -5,1% 295.596 -3,0%
11 10 Austria 23.859 25.729 -7,3% 314.453 -3,7%
14 15 Denmark 17.957 18.111 -0,9% 199.076 5,1%
15 16 Czech Rep 17.133 15.751 8,8% 185.079 15,2%
17 18 Portugal 14.137 10.727 31,8% 153.286 37,1%
16 17 Norway 13.902 14.394 -3,4% 158.262 -0,1%
19 19 Finland 8.084 8.176 -1,1% 108.022 1,1%
21 22 Hungary 7.552 6.431 17,4% 73.347 20,3%
22 23 Romania 6.385 6.259 2,0% 72.944 21,9%
20 14 Ukraine 6.341 16.671 -62,0% 94.093 -54,2%
23 21 Slovakia 6.195 6.064 2,2% 71.128 11,2%
24 24 Greece 5.297 5.801 -8,7% 68.535 18,9%
25 25 Slovenia 4.885 4.648 5,1% 56.101 2,7%
26 26 Luxembourg 3.938 3.819 3,1% 48.597 3,4%
28 27 Belarus 2.411 2.352 2,5% 26.518 2,5%
29 30 Estonia 2.223 1.808 22,9% 22.762 8,1%
27 28 Croatia 1.971 1.922 2,5% 32.221 23,5%
30 29 Bulgaria 1.919 2.017 -4,9% 21.954 2,6%
31 31 Serbia 1.661 1.718 -3,3% 18.818 -6,6%
32 32 Lithuania 1.494 1.313 13,8% 14.541 13,0%
33 33 Latvia 1.216 1.137 6,9% 13.689 16,0%
18 20 Ireland 1.196 1.086 10,2% 112.465 31,9%
36 36 Malta 680 641 6,1% 7.480 6,1%
35 35 Cyprus 596 604 -1,4% 7.619 4,1%
37 37 Bosnia 531 552 -3,9% 6.093 3,3%
38 38 Armenia 463 437 6,1% 5.096 6,1%
39 39 Georgia 442 417 6,1% 4.862 6,1%
40 40 Moldova 389 333 16,9% 4.372 9,1%
34 34 Iceland 367 334 9,9% 8.790 16,3%
41 41 Macedonia 317 316 0,4% 3.833 2,3%
42 42 Monaco 226 213 6,1% 2.486 6,1%
43 43 Albania 218 206 6,1% 2.402 6,1%
44 44 Liechtenstein 138 157 -12,5% 1.526 -12,5%

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