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The Romanian car market is going through a favorable period: what the data show

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The DRPCIV monthly report on car registrations shows that 8,469 new vehicles entered circulation in April.

The Romanian Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACAROM) announced, citing data from the Directorate of Driving Permits and Vehicle Registration (DRPCIV), that “new car registrations increased in April 2022 by 23.42% compared to April 2021, reaching a volume of 8,469 units ”.

The data corroborated for the first four months of this year show that the registrations of new cars reached the value of 37,447 units, increasing by 35.56% compared to the similar period of 2021, respectively 27,624 units.

In April, 25,114 second-hand vehicles were registered and entered the national car park for the first time.

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In total, in the first four months of 2022, second-hand car registrations entered the Romanian fleet for the first time reached 105,323 units, down 22.29% compared to the same period in 2021 (135,539 units) .

How Dacia ranks

The leader of the Romanian car market between January and April 2022 was the Dacia brand. As in previous years, the local brand dominates authoritatively, in the first four months being registered with us 9,625 Dacia cars.

On the other hand, the Dacia Sandero continues to enjoy the privileged position of being the only car with increasing sales this year in Europe. Unfortunately, in the context of the significant decrease of the car market, a decrease for the Romanian brand was almost inevitable.

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However, if we limit ourselves to sales in March, Dacia Sandero is on the top five, down four places. The best-selling car in Europe in March, quite surprisingly, was the Tesla Model 3.

On the second place in the acquisition ranking is the Hyundai brand, with 3,282 units, and on the third Ford, with 2,837 units.

In the Top 10 are, in order, Skoda (2,604 units), Toyota (2,603 ​​units), Volkswagen (2,362 units), Renault (2,231 units), Peugeot (1,353 units), Mercedes-Benz (1,261 units) and Kia (837 units).

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