According to data from 28 EU countries and three EFTA countries, the best selling car brand in 2018 was Volkswagen, and Renault and Ford, according to RTCG.
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Volkswagen holds its first convincing position with 1,746,674 vehicles sold in 31 European countries, with a market share of 11.2 percent, published focus2move.com.
Renault, who took the two jobs, introduced in 2018 to European customers 1,097,286 vehicles, accounting for seven percent of the new car market, and the third Ford sold 1,013,938 units (6.5 per cent of & # 39 ; r market).
Interestingly, it is among the top ten brand brand brands in Europe, just one Japanese – Toyota in the 10th position, says RTCG.
See the list of 10 best selling car brands. The data is related to 28 Member States and the EU and three EFTA countries (Norway, Iceland, Switzerland):
Otherwise, there are 11 to 20 positions in the ranks: FIAT, Citroen, Hyundai, Dacia, Kia, Nissan, Seat, Volvo, Suzuki and Mazda, while there are 21-30. The seat is: MINI, Jeep, Land Rover, Mitsubishi, Honda, Smart, Alfa Romeo, Jaguar, Porsche and Lancia (this Italian maker is represented on the market with only one model – Ypsilon).