Entry-level Dacia brand defied continuing European slump.
PARIS – The European Union’s new-car market suffered its worst May since 1993, with 1.04 million sold in the region, but nonetheless there were small signs that the bottom may be approaching. In 15 of the 26 EU countries monitored by the ACEA, the auto makers’ association, year-to-date sales improved last month. For the EU as a whole, however, May deliveries were down 5.9% and the 5-month total was down 6.8%. Auto sales in Europe have declined five consecutive years ...
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