Giovedì, 18 Ottobre 2018

Fiat says 2012 worst for auto sales since 1979


Rome, January 2 - Calling 2012 its worst year for
auto sales in Italy since 1979, Fiat said Wednesday that it
still managed to nudge up its market share at home.
The Turin-based Fiat SpA announced that Fiat Group's share
of the 2012 auto market in recession-plagued Italy rose very
slightly to 29.6% from 2011's share of 29.4%.
Although 2012 was "the most negative scenario" at home
since 1979, the group outperformed other vehicle manufacturers,
Fiat said in a statement.
Auto sales from other manufacturers dropped in 2012 by
19.6%, compared with 2011.
In 2012, 414,920 new Fiat autos were registered in Italy, a
decline of 19.4% compared to 2011 for the company whose products
include Lancia, Alfa Romeo, as well as Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge.
But in comparison, total vehicle registrations in Italy
fell by 19.9% compared with 2011 figures, according to the
transport ministry.
Total new car registrations in Italy in December fell by
22.5% or 86,735 units, bringing the total for 2012 to 1.4
million cars.
For new Fiats, registrations last month totalled 25,385
vehicles, giving the company a market share of 29.3%.
But compared with December 2011, Fiat registrations fell by

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