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DIESELS | EXCLUSIVE
Threatened mass-disappearance act from Europe’s diesel car buyers is notable for its absence 

Published: Fri, 13th Nov 2015 13:59:00 GMT
 

Diesel Car sales Western Europe history share 2015

In spite of some market fears that Europe’s long flourishing diesel car market could be heading for a severe downturn after the fallout from Volkswagen’s emissions scandal, AID’s exclusively compiled provisional diesel car sales data for October shows that consumers’ underlying demand for today’s tainted fuel-sippers has remained fairly unscathed. This October, a case in point, diesels were still responsible for more than half the new cars sold in Western Europe, keeping the ten months diesel car sales slice of the pie to an only marginally slimmer 51.7 per cent 

With alarm bells ringing, Europe’s staggering diesel car industry giants were expected to take a beating from the storms brewing over European consumers' appetite for blackened diesels. 

But if AID’s exclusively compiled October numbers are any guide to the near future, for now at least consumers’ underlying love-affair with fuel-sipping diesels remains in surprisingly good shape. 

No less astonishing, leading players in the diesel car sales arena like the much-tainted Volkswagen Group remained fairly unscathed by these storms buffeting Europe’s diesel car scene
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