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Aug 30, 2023 11:11 EEST
August 30 (SeeNews) - New passenger car registrations in Croatia rose by 37.8% on the year in the first seven months of this year, to 38,575, the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) said on Wednesday, quoting provisional figures.
Petrol remained the most popular fuel type for newly-registered cars in Croatia, with 19,934 sold cars, followed by hybrid electric passenger cars (8,365) and diesel ones (7,481) in the period under review, ACEA said in a statement.
In January-July, the highest annual rise was reported in battery electric vehicle (EV) registrations, by 65% to 1,037 units. Hybrid electric cars followed with a 51.7% increase.
Alone in July, new passenger car registrations in Croatia went up 0.3% to 5,141 units.
"From January to July 2023, new EU car registrations grew significantly (17.6%), totalling 6.3 million units," ACEA said. Despite indications of the European automotive industry's recovery from pandemic-related supply disruptions, year-to-date volumes are still 22% lower than in 2019, it added.
New passenger car registrations in Croatia fell by 4.4% on the year in 2022, to 42,939, ACEA said earlier.
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