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The best-selling cars in Europe in April 2023

In the month of April 2023 in Europe, a total of 960,191 units were registered, with an increase of 16% compared to the same period of the previous year, recording the ninth consecutive month of growth (Who the news).

Looking at the general ranking of the best-selling cars last month made by Hundredthe result stands out Dacia Sandero (pictured above), which takes first place with 18,659 units, an increase of 44%. The Romanian company’s small car was the most registered car in Belgium and Ireland and second in Portugal and Spain. Dacia also recorded a 147% increase in registrations of the Jogger, with a total of 7,237 units, which helped to increase the brand’s total volume by 44%.

Second place in the standings for Volkswagen T-Roc at 16,746, third for the Opel Corsa, with 16,578 cars (+40%). Fiat and Abarh 500 also did well with 13,775 units (+7%). In seventeenth place is the Tesla Model Y, with 10,600 units registered. However, the American company’s SUV is first in the sales rankings electricwith 10,553 units, in addition, the Model Y in the first quarter of 2023 was the best-selling car in the world with 267,200 units, managing to overtake the second-placed Toyota Corolla.

Among other interesting data concerning the models of the different brands, we can mention the 6,135 units of Renault Australthe 4,174 of the MG 4, the 3,235 units of theAlfa Romeo Tonalewhich alone represents 71% of the brand’s total volume, and the 2,355 registrations of the iX1, the brand’s second best-selling electric vehicle after the i4.

Last April, the brand that scored the most registrations in Europe was the Volkswagenwith 105,669 registrations, followed by Audi and Toyota.

In Europe, the Volkswagen Group leads the classification from the electric cars pure (BEV), with registrations up 98% to nearly 31,900 units, more than double the 14,200 units registered by the Tesla. Stellantis follows in second place, but lost ground on a smaller increase in electric volumes of only 5%. As for plug-in hybrids, Stellantis, Volkswagen Group and Geely were the leading manufacturers in registrations; Demand for these vehicles remained stable at a total of 71,960 units.

The car of Chinese production accounted for 3.4% of all new vehicle registrations, totaling nearly 32,000 units. However, it should be noted that this number includes all vehicles produced in China, therefore by local manufacturers, but also by Western ones, such as BMW iX3, Smart #1, Polestar 2 and Dacia Spring.

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