Registration of commercial vehicles in Europe by country 2018

This statistic shows the number of medium and heavy commercial vehicles that were registered in selected countries across Europe in 2018. In France, over 55,400 heavy commercial vehicles were registered in 2018.

Truck registrations in Europe

With over 94,400, the leader of heavy commercial vehicle registrations within Europe was Germany. Not only is the European powerhouse king of the European heavy truck market in terms of registrations, but it is also home to key players in the heavy commercial vehicle manufacturing market, including Daimler’s truck segment, as well as Volkswagen’s MAN and Scania.

In the fiscal year of 2018, Daimler Trucks contributed about 38.3 billion to the manufacturer's total revenue, while Mercedes-Benz Vans contributed about 13.6 billion.

Number of registrations of commercial vehicles in selected European countries in 2018

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Release date

June 2019



Survey time period


Supplementary notes

This statistic includes figures for light and medium commercial vehicles up to 3.5 metric tons, heavy commercial vehicles over 3.5 metric tons and buses or coaches over 3.5 metric tons.

Figures for Malta unavailable.

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