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Published: 20 March 2015

Vehicle stock grew in 2014

At the end of 2014, the Finnish vehicle register contained 6,014,610 vehicles, of which 5,043,523 were in traffic use. The total number of registered vehicles grew by 2.6 per cent and the number of vehicles in traffic use went up by 1.0 per cent compared with the situation at the end of 2013. At the end of 2014, the vehicle register of the Åland Islands contained 43,775 vehicles. These data, compiled by Statistics Finland, are based on the vehicle traffic register of the Finnish Transport Safety Agency (Trafi) and the vehicle register of Ålands Motorfordonsbyrå.

At the end of 2014, there were 3,194,950 passenger cars in the register, of which 2,618,082 were in traffic use. The number of registered passenger cars went up by 2.2 per cent and the number of passenger cars in traffic by 0.8 per cent. The number of registered passenger cars was growing most in Åland and least in Kainuu.

Vehicle stock 1980–2014

Vehicle stock 1980–2014

The average age of registered passenger cars in Mainland Finland was 13.5 years and that of cars in traffic use was 11.4 years. The average age of passenger cars was lowest in the region of Uusimaa (11.3 years) and highest in the region of North Karelia (15.4 years).

The most common models of passenger cars in the register of Mainland Finland were Toyota Corolla (around 151,000), Volkswagen Golf (about 122,000) and Toyota Avensis (approx. 82,000).

Source: Vehicle stock statistics 2014. Statistics Finland, Finnish Transport Safety Agency, Ålands Motorfordonsbyrå

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Updated 20.3.2015

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Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): Motor vehicle stock [e-publication].
2014. Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 29.11.2023].
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