Car sales: more gasoline and electric; Diesel, stagnate

Car sales: more gasoline and electric; Diesel, stagnate

Between January and September 2016, petrol car registrations rose by 30.83 percent. Electrical, 91,26 percent. Diesel instead only 0.09 percent.Car sales: more gasoline and electric; Diesel, stagnate

Between January and September 2016 Spain have enrolled in nearly 880,000 passenger cars and off-road. The highest percentage of registered passenger cars and off-road Diesel have been, but things are changing. Registrations rising gasoline-powered (including hybrid vehicles) cars and electric models.

During the first nine months of this year from January to September, according to data provided by the national association of vehicle importers, Aniacam, car registrations and all-terrain gasoline-powered They have grown by 30.83 percent when compared to the same period in 2015. In total there have been 376,217 registrations gasoline cars. Madrid is the first of the list, a total of 108,037 units registered a 37.57 percent more than between January and September 2015. Behind followed by Barcelona (45,585 units), Alicante (26,449 cars) and Las Palmas (19,826 units). Enrollments registered rental industry (Rent a car) They have greatly influenced the results obtained in some provinces).

In section Diesel, though still king in enrollments gradually be seeing a stagnation, since between January and September 2016 It has only grown by 0.09 percent compared to 2015. In total 500,640 were passenger cars and off-road diesel enrolled. On the list, Madrid wins, with 182,370 enrolled Diesel (Only 1.49 percent more). Barcelona are located behind, with 58,349 units (a decrease of 0.55 percent compared to 2015) and Alicante, with 23,258 units (3.34 percent).

Among the figures car registrations petrol and diesel have to include the hybrid models. Of the 376,217 cars and all-terrain gasoline registered in the first nine months of this year, 22,949 units had hybrid technology, ie 6.09 percent. Diesel, registered hybrid models have represented 0.01 percent, as only 62 were sold in the first nine months of 2016.

More electric cars

Motion electric cars in our market increasing. Between January and December 2016 have enrolled a total of 2,496, still a very low figure but represents the 91.26 percent more than what happened in the same period of 2015. Madrid is the province where most electric cars were registered (a total of 1,147 units between January and September this year) a 113.20 percent more than in 2015. It is followed by Barcelona (542 units-a 140.89 percent more-), Valencia, with 67 units registered (21.82 percent increase), and the Balearic Islands, where they have sold 56 cars and all electric field, 47.37 percent more than in 2915.

What’s more in your province: petrol, diesel or electric?

This is the proportion of technologies that have enrolled in the first nine months of 2016 in the various provinces of Spain. Álava, Alicante, Baleares, Gerona and Tarragona, the only provinces where registrations gasoline-powered cars outnumber Diesel. The Barcelona, where percentage of electric cars and all terrain They have been registered between January and September 2016.

January-September 2016

PROVINCES

GASOLINE

DIESEL

ELECTRIC

Álava

50.83%

48.95%

0,22%

Albacete

37.26%

62.63%

0.11%

Alicante

53.16%

46.75%

0.08%

Almería

27.32%

72.50%

0.18%

Ávila

37.85%

61.72%

0,43%

Badajoz

30.64%

69.33%

0.03%

Balearics

63.02%

36.77%

0.21%

Barcelona

43.63%

55.85%

0,52%

Burgos

44.22%

55.47%

0.30%

Cáceres

28.91%

71.06%

0.03%

Cádiz

40.40%

59.50%

0.10%

CASTELLON

40.54%

59.39%

0,07%

Real city

33.95%

65.92%

0.13%

Cordova

34.48%

65.40%

0.12%

Coruña (La)

38.15%

61.73%

0.12%

Basin

26.78%

73.16%

0.06%

Gerona

56.79%

42.85%

0.36%

Pomegranate

36.05%

63.87%

0.08%

Guadalajara

37.47%

62.41%

0.12%

Guipúzcoa

46.42%

53.36%

0.23%

Huelva

38.72%

61.19%

0.10%

Huesca

34.55%

65.17%

0.28%

Jaén

27.33%

72.60%

0,07%

Lion

41.54%

58.26%

0.19%

Lerida

37.27%

62.53%

0.20%

Rioja (la)

46.66%

53.24%

0.10%

Lugo

25.77%

74.17%

0.05%

Madrid

37.06%

62.55%

0,39%

Malaga

43.18%

56.70%

0.11%

Murcia

33.75%

66.13%

0.12%

Navarre

45.64%

54.11%

0.25%

Orense

30.76%

69.18%

0.06%

Asturias

35.97%

63.83%

0.21%

Palencia

34.31%

65.63%

0.06%

Pontevedra

33.12%

66.72%

0,16%

Salamanca

34.40%

65.38%

0,22%

Cantabria

42.39%

57.48%

0.13%

Segovia

33.91%

66.09%

0,00%

Seville

39.02%

60.85%

0.14%

Soria

41.02%

58.68%

0.29%

Tarragona

54.74%

45.03%

0.23%

Teruel

32.96%

66.97%

0,07%

Toledo

26.57%

72.92%

0,51%

Valencia

46.45%

53.37%

0.18%

Valladolid

41.56%

58.29%

0.15%

Biscay

44.26%

55.54%

0.21%

Zamora

28.58%

71.29%

0.13%

Saragossa

44.33%

55.46%

0.21%

Peninsula and Balearic Islands

40.90%

58.82%

0.29%

Palmas (Las)

82.22%

17.58%

0.20%

Sta. Cruz Tenerife

81.70%

18.09%

0.21%

Canary Islands

82.02%

17.78%

0.21%

Ceuta

58.37%

41.51%

0.13%

Melilla

71.21%

28.79%

0,00%

Ceuta and Melilla

64.74%

35.20%

0.06%

TOTAL

42.78%

56.93%

0.28%

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