Dacia registrations on the French market jumped by over 7 per cent in the first ten months of this year up to 72,550 units, according to data released by the Committee of French Automotive Manufacturers and by nearly 40 per cent in Spain up to over 19,800 units, zf.ro reports. Having an average price of 12,000 euros, VAT included, the cars registered on the French and Spanish market this year are worth over 1.1 billion euros, according to estimations. Dacia recorded the highest advance in Spain this year as far as a large-scale production is concerned, given a market that has increased by only 1.1 per cent in the first 10 months of this year. Dacia is the only brand owned by a French group that registers increases on the French market, whereas Peugeot, Citroen and Renault record declines range between 4.9 per cent (Renault) and 13.7 per cent (Citroën). The models traded on the French and Spanish market are manufactured both in Romania (the Duster, Logan, Logan MCV and Sandero models) and Morocco (the Dokker, Dokker Van and Lodgy models).