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Latest publication: First registrations of motor vehicles 2019, November

Published: 7 May 2013

In April 2013 the number of new passenger cars registered was 9,850

In April 2013 a total of 18,074 new motor vehicles were registered, of which 10,979 were automobiles. First registrations increased by 44.1 per cent from the corresponding month of the previous year. In April the number of new passenger cars registered was 9,850, which was 142.6 per cent up from the year before. The share of new diesel-driven passenger cars was 36.2 per cent. The increase of new registered cars was due to automobile taxes which changed 1.4.2012. The number of passenger cars first registered in April has been on average approximately 12,000 during the 2000s. These data are based on the Vehicular and Driver Data Register of the Finnish Transport Safety Agency and they have been produced by Statistics Finland. The numbers are exclusive of the vehicles on the Åland Islands.

First registrations of passenger cars

First registrations of passenger cars

In the January to April period of 2013 a total of 59,868 vehicles were first registered. Compared to the year before, there was a decrease of 25.5 per cent. The number of passenger cars first registered in the January to April period was 37,491, which is 27.8 per cent down from the year before. The most common passenger car makes first registered in the January to April period were Toyota, Volkswagen and Volvo.


Source: Statistics on first registrations 2013. Statistics Finland, Finnish Transport Safety Agency

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Updated 7.5.2013

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Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): First registrations of motor vehicles [e-publication].
ISSN=2342-365X. April 2013. Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 8.12.2019].
Access method: http://www.stat.fi/til/merek/2013/04/merek_2013_04_2013-05-07_tie_001_en.html