The sale of new cars in Switzerland fell by 2% last year compared to 2015, a total of 317'318.
The industry's association Auto Switzerland indicates that Volkswagen remains the best-selling brand, with 42'142 cars (-0.2%) and a market share of 13.3%, followed by BMW (24'708 registered vehicles; +2.8 %) and Mercedes (23'842; + 4.2%).
Dacia (Renault group), is the brand that recorded the highest growth, 37.5%, followed by Alfa Romeo (+ 20.8%) and Jaguar (+ 82.8%).
Diesel engines, with a 39.2% stake, have progressed within a year of 0.3 points. Electric cars have remained steady at 1% and hybrid vehicles have progressed by 0.8% to 3.1%. It also confirms the success of the 4x4, with a climb rate from 40.4 to 44.2%.
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