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Christopher Bruce2014-01-21 18:46:41

Renault Sees Sales Rise 3.1% and Even Grows in Europe

Dacia Grew by 19.3% Worldwide Thanks to the Duster

Renault grew by 3.1% worldwide and now sells a minority of its cars in Europe

European automakers have been facing hard times in the last few years, but it appears that the worst of the crisis is over. RenaultRenaultRenaultFrance, 1898 > present189 models
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is reporting its 2013 sales and says that globally its sales rose 3.1% to 2,628,208 cars and light commercial vehicles compared to 2012.

Even in a shrinking European market, Renault Group sold 1,301,864 vehicles in the region, a 2.4% increase over last year. It also grew its market share by 0.4% to 9.5%. Renault sold 45.5% of its cars within Europe in 2013, 0.4% lower than last year. The ClioClio Gen.4Renault Clio Gen.4France, 2012 > present92 versions
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is the third bestselling car in Europe with 272,741 units sold.

Renault is also the European market leader in EV market share at 37% and sales at 15,048 units.

Outside of Europe, Renault Group sold 1,326,344 vehicles, a 3.8% increase, and it gained market share in all regions. Brazil and Russia are Renault Group’s second largest and third largest markets respectively, and they show that the company is growing outside of its traditional European focus.

While the Clio is a top seller in Europe, the Dacia DusterDusterDacia DusterRomania, 2010 > present71 versions
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is Renault Group’s bestselling car worldwide with 376,672 cars sold. The DaciaDaciaDaciaRomania, 1966 > present11 models
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brand is doing well in general with 429,540 cars sold, up 19.3%. The brand also had a 0.5% increase in market share in Europe.

Renault is predicting that the world auto market will grow by 2% in 2014. Europe and France individually are predicted to grow by 1% each.





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