Car registrations in January 2023 stop for electric cars and show a comeback for petrol and diesel cars. All data in detail
THE car registrations in January 2023 come back to post monthly growth that the Italian market has not seen for some time. If new cars sold increased by +19%, the trend is mainly due to the effect of fleets, as reported by an elaboration of Dataforce. Here are the numbers in retail of new cars registered in January 2023.
NEW CAR RENTAL AND PRIVATE CAR REGISTRATION
THE new car registrations in January 2023 they increased by +19% but the positive figures are to be compared to January 2022 which was one of the quietest periods on the market. Dataforce points out that the 128,625 registrations Year-to-date automobiles are nearly 6,000 fewer than those registered in January two years ago. “If we then go back the historical series to the pre-Covid era, the figures for the months of January say that In the 2020i.e. just before the actual outbreak of the pandemic, were recorded 156,000 carsAnd in 2019 more and more: 165,000”. The driving effect of the automotive market is mainly linked to leasing:
- long-term rental, +65%;
- short term rental+27%;
- car private, +10%. Around 60% of car registrations by volume.
NEW CAR REGISTRATION FOR POWER SUPPLY IN JANUARY 2023
THE new petrol and diesel registrations they continue to recover volumes to the detriment of rechargeable cars and in particular electric cars, of which only 5% of the available funds have been requested. Here is the breakdown of listings by type:
- gas+14% and 26% share;
- diesel+18% and 19% share;
- non-rechargeable hybrids+23.5% and 36.7% share;
- plug-in hybrids+9.2% and 4.8% share;
- electric-11% and 2.5% share;
- LPG+28.7% and 10.2% share;
- Methane-80% and 0.2% share.
THE 10 NEWEST CARS REGISTERED IN JANUARY 2023
Between the 10 best-selling cars in Italy in January 2023the first position of Fiat Panda it is now a constant. While the resumption of renegade jeepmoves up to second place, ahead of Dacia Sandero and Lancia Ypsilon. In total, the Stellantis Group totals 43,801 registrations (+13.2%), with a market share of 34.1%. Down here the Top 10 best-selling new cars in January 2023.
Source : Sicur Auto