Car registrations in the European Union have risen 0.9% year over year in November, marking the third month in a row of gains after a 4.6% gain in October and a 5.5% jump in September. And going by manufacturers, Toyota saw a 7.3% increase last month, Volkswagen grew 3.3%, and Nissan even managed a 0.2% gain.
Meanwhile, GM Europe declined 3.7%, according to Investors.com. What does it all point to? Nothing we haven’t already heard of and figured before; GM continues to face a long uphill battle to turn around its European operations.