According to Eurostat data, at the end of 2020, the highest share of the newest passenger cars (2 years and less) among the EU was registered in Luxembourg (a whopping 22% of all passenger cars in Luxembourg).
The small Western European country was followed by France, Austria, Ireland, Belgium and Sweden (all between 16% and 17%).
The highest shares of passenger cars from 2 to 5 years old were also recorded in Luxembourg, followed by Ireland (both 28%) and in Belgium (24%).
On the other end, Lithuania (81%), Romania (80%) and Poland (78%) have the highest share of passenger cars that are over 10 years old.
Poland (40%), Estonia (33%) and Finland (28%) registered the highest shares of the oldest passenger cars (20 years or older).