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European car sales jump 7.6%

European car sales rose 7.6 per cent in February, the sixth consecutive monthly gain, as an economic revival and price cuts helped boost demand for new models.

18th March, 2014
Registrations increased to 894,730 vehicles from 831,371 a year earlier.

European car sales rose 7.6 percent in February, the sixth consecutive monthly gain, as an economic revival and price cuts helped boost demand for new models from Renault and Volkswagen’s Audi luxury brand.

Registrations increased to 894,730 vehicles from 831,371 a year earlier, the Brussels-based European Automobile Manufacturer’s Association, or ACEA, said today in a statement. Two-month sales jumped 6.3 per cent to 1.86 million cars.

“Demand has been depressed for so long that it can...

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