Romania’s new car registrations increased by almost 18 percent in October to over 12,500 units: ACAROM
Romanians registered 12,523 new cars in October, up 17.6 percent compared to the same period in 2019. In the first ten months, the local market reached a volume of over 97,000 units, according to ACAROM data.
Registrations of new cars on the Romanian market increased in October by 17.6 percent. It was the second consecutive month in 2020 that the local market grew during the pandemic.
According to the report published by the Romanian Automobile Manufacturers Association, Romanians have registered 12,523 new cars in October.
After the first ten months of the year, a total of 97,124 new cars were registered on the Romanian market, down 27.9 percent compared to the same period in 2019.
Dacia is the most popular brand in the country, with 30,175 units registered from January to the end of October.
Renault comes second with 7,600 units, while Skoda completes the podium with 7,528 units.
At the same time, 37,449 used cars were registered on the Romanian market, decreasing by 10.31 percent compared to the same period in 2019.
From the beginning of the year until the end of October, the second-hand vehicle market registered a decrease of 10.13 percent (333,422 units).