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New car registrations November 2014: New car market slowed slightly

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New car registrations November 2014
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I ntotal of 284,648 new motor vehicles were registered in November. The figures are 2.6% below the same month last year. In the annual balance sheet so far, 2014 is before 2013. After eleven months, new car registrations add up to 2,807,073 cars, which is an increase of 2.6%. The year-on-year increase in total new registrations is 3,285,760 units even 2.9%.

At 25.7%, the compact class is still the strongest segment. Compared to November 2013, the SUV recorded an increase of + 29.2%. In contrast, vans (-20.7%) and mobile homes (-16.6%) fell the most. 67.3% of the new registrations are for commercial owners, 32.7% are for private individuals.

Jeep with the biggest gains

After 11 months, the winning brands on the German market clearly include Jeep (+ 44.5%), Mazda (+ 19.0%), Land Rover (+ 18.6%), Porsche (+ 16.0%), Nissan (+ 13.5%) and Mitsubishi (+ 12.7). Volvo (+ 13.0%), Seat (+ 11.0%), Skoda (+ 10.6%), Dacia (+ 7.7%), Renault (+ 6.8%), Citroën (+ 5.9%), Opel (+ 5.7%) and Ford (+ 5.3%). Audi achieved a growth of 2.8%, VW was + 2.3%, BMW gained 1.6% and Mercedes remained 2.9% below the previous year.

The biggest loser is understandably after the Chevrolet market withdrawal (- 76.6%). Lancia is still active, but is at - 21.8%. Smart is 20.8% below last year and Subaru is struggling with a decline of 18.8%.

The used car market stagnates

The used car market is struggling with falling numbers. In November, 553,211 cars changed owners (- 1.4%), and the Federal Motor Transport Authority recorded a total of 604,726 vehicle owners changes (- 0.9%) in November. There is also a minus in front of the annual balance sheet so far. In the case of cars, 6,539,571 changes in ownership resulted in a decrease of 1.0% in the first 11 months. At 7,438,770 units, the overall market is 0.4% below the previous year.

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