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Good news for Dacia fans: what place does the Sandero model occupy in the European top

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Although car sales in Europe in April fell by 20% compared to the same period in 2021, Dacia Sandero was among the most notable.

According to an analysis made by the company Jato Dynamics, the Romanian model climbed the podium again, after being in the fifth position in the previous month. The best-selling model in the fourth month of 2022 was the Peugeot 208.

According to an analysis by Jato Dynamics, Dacia Sandero ranks third among the best-selling in April in Europe. The first place belonged to Peugeot 208.

Dacia Sandero is very popular in Europe. In April, the model of the Mioveni manufacturer ranked third in the best sales in Europe, with 12,913 units, 2% less than in the same month of 2021. In Italy, Dacia Sandero is the best-selling car on natural person in April. With 22,342 registrations and a market share of 8.36% (+3.5 points compared to 2021).

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The first place in this top was occupied by Peugeot 208, with 15,615 units, down 15% compared to April 2021. The French model was followed on the podium by Volkswagen T-Roc, with 13,998 cars (-19%).

Recall that in March 2022, the Tesla Model 3 was ranked as the best-selling car in Europe in March 2022, with 23,013, or 3% less than in 2021. At the same time, Tesla was ranked among the top 10 best-selling brands in nine European countries.

According to data from JATO Dynamics, the European car market has seen a decline in sales of new cars since March 2022. Thus, the Dacia Sandero, which was once the best-selling vehicle in its category, lags behind the new queens of the European market. .

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Europe’s best-selling cars in March 2022:

  1. Peugeot 208: 15,615
  2. VW T-Roc: 13,998
  3. Dacia Sandero: 12,913
  4. FIAT 500: 12,835
  5. Ford Puma: 12,601
  6. Toyota Yaris: 12,448
  7. Opel Corsa: 11,834
  8. Toyota Corolla: 11,678
  9. KIA Sportage: 11,635
  10. Fiat Panda: 11,544

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