Average price (including tax) of passenger cars in the EU in 2013 to 2016, by brand (in euros)

EU car sales: average prices in 2016, by brand This statistic represents the average price (including taxes) of new passenger cars in Europe from 2013 to 2016 by brand. The brands with the highest average price across Europe in 2015 were BMW and Mercedes-Benz. These were followed by Volvo and Audi. The prices for all the car brands displayed in this statistic rose steadily from 2013 to 2016. The average price of a BMW rose from 41,704 euros in 2013 to 46,357 euros in 2015. This amounts to an increase of approximately 11 percent in the average price of a BMW car in the EU from 2013 to 2015. During the same time, the average price of a Mercedes Benz car rose from 42,095 euros in 2013 to 45,651 euros in 2015, an increase of approximately eight percent. The average price of a Dacia car, the brand with the lowest price in the ranking, rose from 12,647 euros on 2013 to 12,982. This amounts to a mere increase of almost three percent for a Dacia car in the UK.
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2013201420152016
Mercedes-Benz42,09543,44445,65145,603
BMW41,70444,04846,35745,404
Volvo38,65739,07541,85643,069
Audi37,31838,28341,31641,254
VW25,65126,39428,03328,204
Nissan22,95723,48925,54125,492
Ford21,85722,49024,15324,817
Kia20,22821,10622,51023,080
Toyota21,76822,03022,39222,901
Peugeot21,18822,08922,85022,719
Seat19,70720,84921,81622,542
Skoda20,07723,48921,99522,489
Renault20,26220,25121,36422,443
Hyundai19,43919,76121,50922,263
Opel21,77922,00421,74921,580
Citroën21,53721,92522,29521,230
Fiat16,11316,55617,81517,651
Dacia12,64712,98912,98212,745
Vauxhall**22,19022,76424,5400
2013201420152016
Mercedes-Benz42,09543,44445,65145,603
BMW41,70444,04846,35745,404
Volvo38,65739,07541,85643,069
Audi37,31838,28341,31641,254
VW25,65126,39428,03328,204
Nissan22,95723,48925,54125,492
Ford21,85722,49024,15324,817
Kia20,22821,10622,51023,080
Toyota21,76822,03022,39222,901
Peugeot21,18822,08922,85022,719
Seat19,70720,84921,81622,542
Skoda20,07723,48921,99522,489
Renault20,26220,25121,36422,443
Hyundai19,43919,76121,50922,263
Opel21,77922,00421,74921,580
Citroën21,53721,92522,29521,230
Fiat16,11316,55617,81517,651
Dacia12,64712,98912,98212,745
Vauxhall**22,19022,76424,5400
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This statistic represents the average price (including taxes) of new passenger cars in Europe from 2013 to 2016 by brand. The brands with the highest average price across Europe in 2015 were BMW and Mercedes-Benz. These were followed by Volvo and Audi. The prices for all the car brands displayed in this statistic rose steadily from 2013 to 2016. The average price of a BMW rose from 41,704 euros in 2013 to 46,357 euros in 2015. This amounts to an increase of approximately 11 percent in the average price of a BMW car in the EU from 2013 to 2015. During the same time, the average price of a Mercedes Benz car rose from 42,095 euros in 2013 to 45,651 euros in 2015, an increase of approximately eight percent. The average price of a Dacia car, the brand with the lowest price in the ranking, rose from 12,647 euros on 2013 to 12,982. This amounts to a mere increase of almost three percent for a Dacia car in the UK.
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Release date
November 2017
Region
Europe
Survey time period
2013 to 2016
Supplementary notes
* Including Switzerland and Norway.
Vauxhall figures were not disclosed by the source for 2016.

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