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WESTERN EUROPE - DIESELS     
Europeans stick to diesels that have served them so well for decades
Published: Tue, 19th Jan 2016 19:53:51 GMT
 

DIesel passenger car sales trends 2015

Adverse publicity from Volkswagen’s diesel exhaust emissions scandal may have generated a blizzard of barbed media coverage in Europe and elsewhere, but Europe’s new car buyers still appear largely unfazed by the issue. 

In spite of widespread condemnation, so far the toxic issue has fallen on deaf ears in much of Europe and the region’s money-wise car buying public has continued to pile into the diesel car market as if the potentially deeply damaging dieselgate affair never happened.

That was the message from AID’s monthly report of West European car buying trends which still paints a picture of motorists’ largely unchanging relationship with diesel-fuelled passenger cars, thus failing to redraw the region’s fuel-mix map in terms of consumer preferences
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