This April, combined sales of Renault and Dacia rose notably faster than the already fast recovering overall car market. In a clear break with recent sales patterns, it is not the Dacia budget brand that set the fastest pace, but the Renault brand. Renaultís West European April sales, kept in the fast lane by high ongoing demand for its remarkably well received Captur Crossover, rose 15.8 per cent.
It brings its four months car sales gain in Western Europe to a markedly faster than average 13.4 per cent.
Combined sales of Renault-Dacia, at this yearís one-third stage, have already topped year ago levels by a slightly faster than average 11.1 per cent, lifting the groupís cumulative car sales share to 9.4 per cent from 9.2 per cent a year earlier...more
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