Im September sind Autoverkäufe wieder höher
October 19, 2022 -
Autobauer in der EU, EFTA und UK lieferten insgesamt 1,05 Millionen PKW im September aus, sie bauten auf Fortsetzung der endlich nach einem Flaute-Jahr anspringenden PKW Verkäufe im August 2022.
The European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) announced new car registration data for the EU and EFTA countries -- Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland -- rose to 824,657 vehicles in
September. The UK added another 225,269 vehicles, bringing the total to 1,049,926, up 7.9% from a year ago.
Automobile sales among EU countries increased by 14.1% in Germany, 12.7% in Spain, 5.5% in France and 5.4% in Italy in September compared to the same period of the previous year.
Among the 27 EU member states, Germany had the highest number of new cars last month, with 224,816, up 14.1 per cent from September 2021. France followed with 141,137, while Italy had 110,976 and Spain with 67,240 registrations.
Even as deliveries rise, sales remain far below 2019 levels, the year before the pandemic, as carmakers continue to battle issues from chip shortages to the energy crisis.
However, while supply-chain problems are easing, runaway inflation and a worsening economic outlook are threatening to derail a recovery.