Brussels – The EU passenger car market recovered from an October slowdown to register a strong 13.7-percent rise in car registrations.
November marked the 27th consecutive month of growth with a total of 1,085,259 units sold.
All major passenger car markets rose strongly during the month, as Spain maintained its lead position with a 25.4-percent growth. Italy and France posted double-digit gains, followed by Germany and the UK, which recovered from a negative growth in October to a 3.8-percent rise.
In the first 11 months of 2015, new passenger car registrations increased 8.7 percent, reaching a total of 12,603,855 units.