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Croatia's new passenger car registrations up 15.1% y/y in Jan-May– ACEA

Jun 20, 2024, 10:30:41 AMArticle by Annie Tsoneva
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June 20 (SeeNews) - New passenger car registrations in Croatia rose by 15.1% on the year in the first five months of this year, to 31,219, the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) said on Thursday, quoting provisional figures.

Croatia's new passenger car registrations up 15.1% y/y in Jan-May– ACEA
Croatia opened a 24 million euro worth road bypass of Turanj on July 13, 2023. Source: Croatia's transport ministry

Petrol remained the most popular fuel type for newly-registered cars in Croatia, with 14,919 sold cars, followed by hybrid electric passenger cars (8,063) and diesel ones (6,501) in the period under review, ACEA said in a statement.

The highest annual rise was reported in plug-in hybrid car registration, by 46.1%, followed by a 39.6% increase in hybrid electric car registrations. Battery electric car sales dropped 39.4% to 494 ones.

According to ACEA, year-to-date car registrations in the European Union over the first five months of 2024 increased by 4.6% to 4.6 million units.

New passenger car registrations in Croatia increased 31% on the year in 2023, to 57,694, ACEA said earlier.

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