European auto makers faced another year of disappointment, as auto sales remained in reverse in 2003. Total sales in Western Europe were off 1.9% in 2003, according to Ward's data. Total vehicle registrations fell to 16,270,000 units, slightly below 2002's 15,580,000 results. The French market dropped 6.3%, while sales in Italy declined 6.1% and Germany saw its vehicle registrations fall 0.8%. There were a few bright spots on the continent, including the U.K., where sales rose nearly ...
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