New car sales in Croatia up in July

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Sales of new passenger cars in Croatia rose by 10.58% year-on-year in July, reaching 5,675, compared with 5,132 in the same month of last year, market research agency Promocija Plus said, according to a report by SeeNews.

On a monthly comparison basis, new car sales in July declined by 18% from June's 6,936 sold units. Opel was the top-selling brand in the country of some 4.2 million people with 809 vehicles sold in July, down from 874 in June.

The best-selling car models in Croatia in July were Opel Corsa, of which 407 cars were sold, followed by Opel Crossland with 272 and Volkswagen T-Cross with 258. New car sales in Croatia decreased by 43% to 36,084 last year.

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