The sales of Dacia cars doubled in France in November, up to 90.4 percent, with the Romanian cars representing now 3.4 of the car market in this country. Moreover, the total sales of Renault cars recorded a growth by 40 percent last month.
Sales of new cars jumped in France by 48.4 percent in November, compared with the same month in 2008, with carmakers PSA Peugeot Citroen and Renault recording growths by 65.5 and 45 percent respectively.
The French Carmakers Association (CCFA) revealed that the sales of new cars in France climbed for the seventh month consecutively in November, with a growth January through November by 7.6 percent on the same interval a year before. Renault took over the Romanian carmaker Dacia, a company that had been set up 42 years ago, in 1999.