What are the best-selling cars in Europe in 2023? Discover the latest level (April 2023) of a market that is growing again with sales figures close to pre-Covid levels.
New car registration in Europe increased by 16% year to year in April.
Analysis Society Jato Dynamics involves increasing pressure on supply chains.
A healthy market
Across all 28 European markets, 960,191 new cars were sold. The growth is attributed to the increasing availability of new models with a healthy influx of electric cars and SUV sales.
” These results are directly linked to reduced pressure on the supply chain, which has increased the availability of new vehicles. said Felipe Munoz, an international analyst at Jato.
” Additionally, demand has continued to increase due to pressure from OEMs to expand their electric vehicle offerings. »
SUVs continue to attract more and more and represent a share of 51.3% of all registrations. Volkswagen, Hyundai – Kia, and Stellantis have been the most popular brands of the month.
Electric vehicles accounted for 13% of total sales in April, compared to 10% in April 2022.
Volkswagen is doing even better on the EV front, with 31,900 models sold, a year-on-year increase of 98%. In turn, You are here registered 14,200 units, ie an increase of 865% more than one year.
Therefore, 219,000 electric cars are sold. EV dividend increased by 43%. This, according to Jato, is due to the increase in the choice of models, attractive incentive offers, and more available models.
However, it is the Dacia Sandero that once again emerges as the best seller of the month.
Top 10 in April 2023
- Dacia Sandero, 18,695 sales, +44% in one year
- Volkswagen T-Roc, 16,746 sales, +19% in one year
- Opel/Vauxhall Corsa, 16,578 sales, +40% year-on-year
- Renault Clio, 15,729 sales, +119% in one year
- Peugeot 208, 15,026 sales, -4% for one year
- Abarth/ Fiat 500, 13,775 sales, +7% in one year
- Toyota Yaris Cross, 13,626 sales, +41% in one year
- Volkswagen Golf, 13,209 sales +31% in one year
- Dacia Duster, 12,953 sales, +38% in one year
- Skoda Octavia sales 12,817, +230% over a year
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