Europe’s motorcycle market grew by 0.6% over the first two months of 2015, but markets like UK, Spain performed more positively with +11.5%, and +13.1%, respectively. Other countries like France, Germany performed not so well and reported decreased sales numbers. A total of 116,390 powered-two and three-wheelers were registered during the first two months of 2015 in the EU.
Registrations performed positively in Spain (15,800 units, +13.1%), the UK (9,015 units, +11.5%), and Italy (22,120 units, +0.9%). Registrations decreased in France (27,570 units, -7.1%) and Germany (11,490 units, -16.2%). Total registrations between January and February in the EU decreased of 2.9% compared to the 119,970 units registered during the same period of 2014.
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Cumulative motorcycle registrations grew by 0.6% during the first two months of 2015 on a year-on-year basis. A total of 83,760 motorcycles were registered in January and February 2015, against 83,300 during the same period of 2014. Year-on-year motorcycle registrations increased in key European markets including the UK (8,000 units, +16.1%), Spain (13,760 units, +12.9%), Italy (19,200 units, +4.4%). Registrations decreased in France (17,760 units, -5.1%) and Germany (11,450 units, -13.0%).
A total of 32,620 mopeds were registered during the first two months of 2015 in the EU, whilst 36,670 mopeds had been registered during the same period of 2014. This represents a decrease of 11.04%. Registrations increased in Spain (2,050 units, +14.2), although they decreased in France (9,815 units, -10.5%), UK (1,015 units, -14.9%), Italy (2,910 units, -17.5%), and Germany (3,040 units, -26.2%).