Renault and Dacia registrations in Germany fell by 35% in August

Renault and Dacia registrations in Germany fell by 35% in August

Renault and Dacia car registrations fell 34.6% in August compared with same month last year to 12,040 units, while the market saw a decline less pronounced, from 27% to 200,885 units Telegraph writes.

Of the 33 manufacturers analyzed, only Porsche, Land Rover, Jaguar, Mitsubishi, Subaru and Audi have had a positive development, according to German Car Registrations Office KBA.

Market share of Renault and Dacia fell to 6% in August from 6.5% in July, the French group occupying the seventh position among German carmakers on the market, after Volkswagen (21.3%), Audi Mercedes and Opel (all with 7.8% each), BMW-Mini (7.2%) and Ford (6.6%).

In the first eight months of the year, Renault-Dacia registrations fell by 34.6% to 102,836, while the German market fell by 28.7% to 1.9 million units. The French group had a market share of 5.4%, after Volkswagen (21.7%), Opel (9.3%), BMW-Mini (9.1%), Opel (7.7%) Audi (7.6%) and Ford (6.9%).

Germany became the last year, the main export destination of Dacia, with 84,708 units sold, up 231.3% compared to 2008 due to fleet renewal program run by the German Government.

Source: http://www.renault.com/


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