New registration figures for March reveal a sharp drop in . The number of sales is 15.7 percent lower compared to the same month last year.
A big part of that fall is due to bumper in March 2017, as flooded the to beat the then-new system. The old tax model based on carbon dioxide was favorable to . That’s because diesel-powered cars emit lesser CO2 than their counterparts. That explains in a way diesel’s decline, with a 37.2 percent fall in sales last month, compared to a fall of 23,5 percent in February.