Brussels, 19 April 2017 - In March 2017, EU passenger car registrations increased significantly (+11.2%), totalling 1,891,583 units.
The 2017 edition of ACEA's annual Tax Guide provides an overview of specific taxes that are levied on motor vehicles in European countries, as well as in other key markets around the world.
New report demonstrates that the fuel efficiency of heavy-duty vehicles, and with that their CO2 emissions, has improved significantly over the last 20 years – not only on paper but also in practice.
ACEA’s Tax Guide gives an overview of motor vehicle taxation in the 28 EU member states, the EFTA countries (Iceland, Norway and Switzerland) as well as major world markets such as Brazil, China, India, Japan, South Korea, Russia, Turkey and the United States.
In 2016, the European Union exported roughly five and a half million cars worth around €125 billion. The interactive infographic below shows the 10 most important export destinations for EU passenger cars in 2016, by value and in units.
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