List of countries by vehicles per capita

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China became the world's largest new car market in 2009

This article is a list of countries by the number of road motor vehicles per 1,000 inhabitants. This includes cars, vans, buses, freight and other trucks, but excludes two-wheelers.

China has the largest fleet of motor vehicles in the world in 2022, with 307 million motor vehicles,excluding two-wheelers[1] and in 2009 became the world's largest new car market as well.[2][3] In 2011, a total of 80 million cars and commercial vehicles were built, led by China, with 18.4 million motor vehicles manufactured.[4]

List[edit]

Rank Country or region Motor vehicles
per 1,000 people
Total Year
1  San Marino 1,139 38,350 2017[5]
2  Andorra 1,050 81,220 2021[6]
3  Malta 934 414,669 2022[7]
4  New Zealand 897 4,559,431 2021[8]
5  Iceland 840 315,862 2021[9]
6  United States 837 275,924,442 2020[10]
7  Finland 790 4,368,796 2022[11]
8  Liechtenstein 781 30,249 2019[12]
9  Luxembourg 776 490,900 2020[13]
10  Poland 770 29,237,555 2020[13]
11  Italy 756 44,999,681 2020[13]
12  Monaco 748 28,720 2017[14]
13  Australia 748 20,142,942 2021[15]
14  Estonia 735 978,022 2022[16]
15  Uruguay 722 2,500,000 2019[17]
16  Guam 721 119,481 2018[18]
17  Trinidad and Tobago 717 1,000,000 2019[19]
18  Canada 676 25,422,635 2019[20]
19  France 667 44,944,450 2020[13]
20  Slovenia 660 1,385,371 2020[13]
21  Bahamas 650 260,000 2022[21]
22  Czech Republic 648 6,931,618 2020[13]
23  Portugal 639 6,591,000 2020[13]
24  Norway 635 3,416,216 2020[13]
25  Austria 632 5,633,525 2020[13]
26  Germany 628 52,275,833 2020[13]
27  Spain 627 29,707,581 2020[13]
28  Japan 624 78,461,953 2020[22]
29  Puerto Rico 614 2,041,550 2017[14]
30  Brunei 614 268,801 2020[23]
31  Greece 606 6,491,063 2020[13]
32   Switzerland 604 5,215,771 2020[13]
33  Qatar 591 1,701,346 2020[24]
34  Belgium 590 6,820,078 2020[13]
35  Netherlands 588 10,248,388 2020[13]
36  Cyprus 578 697,093 2020[13]
37  United Kingdom 575 39,200,000 2021[25]
38  Kuwait 556 2,375,917 2020[26]
39  Sweden 545 5,637,469 2020[13]
40  Malaysia 542 17,728,482 2021[27]
41  Denmark 540 3,147,315 2020[13]
42  Ireland 535 2,672,032 2020[13]
43  Slovakia 513 2,799,302 2020[13]
44  Lithuania 507 1,416,467 2020[13]
45  Dominica 502 35,796 2016[28]
46  South Korea 485 25,167,409 2022[29]
47  Bulgaria 482 3,339,338 2019[30]
48  Croatia 479 1,940,098 2020[13]
49  Hungary 463 4,515,769 2020[13]
50  Nauru 455 5,000 2022[31]
51  Dominican Republic 442 4,800,000 2020[32]
52  Romania 441 8,502,571 2020[13]
53  Bahrain 430 731,935 2020[33]
55  Barbados 417 120,000 2022[34]
56  Suriname 408 228 388 2015[28]
58  Russia 397 57,812,037 2021[35]
59  Latvia 394 749,483 2020[13]
60  Mexico 391 50,400,000 2020[36]
61  Israel 390 3,684,154 2021[37]
62  Antigua and Barbuda 381 36,030 2016[28]
63  Georgia 378 1,404,400 2020[38]
64  Argentina 373 17,000,000 2021[39]
65  Moldova 367 961,103 2020[40]
66  Montenegro 367 228,162 2019[41]
67  Brazil 366 77,977,443 2021[42]
68  Serbia 365 2,520,480 2020[43]
69  United Arab Emirates 354 3,500,000 2021[44]
70  Taiwan 350 8,366,113 2022[45]
71  Bosnia and Herzegovina 345 1,131,821 2021[46]
72  Belarus 343 3,229,935 2019[47]
73  Oman 335 1,551,496 2020[48]
75  Colombia 324 16,500,000 2021[49]
76  Lebanon 295 2,000,000 2021[50]
77  Chile 293 5,600,000 2020[51]
78  Costa Rica 287 2,000,000 2021[52]
79  Thailand 280 19,576,630 2022[53]
80  Turkey 254 21,763,186 2022[54]
81  Grenada 247 27,266 2016[28]
82  Ukraine 245 10,500,000 2020[55]
83  Seychelles 242 23,076 2016[28]
84  Botswana 240 541,110 2018[56]
86  Albania 238 676,811 2020[57]
87  Guatemala 237 4,000,000 2020[58]
88  Saint Kitts and Nevis 223 2014[59]
89  Honduras 222 2,200,000 2020[60]
90  China 219 307,000,000 2022[1]
91  Panama 218 939,000 2019[61]
92  Mongolia 217 723,218 2021[62]
93  South Africa 211 12 027 860 2017[63]
94  Syria 209 3,567,630 2019[64]
95  Kazakhstan 207 3,895,800 2020[65]
96  North Macedonia 205 427,000 2019[12]
97  Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 204 2014[59]
98  Kyrgyzstan 201 1,300,000 2019[66]
99  Saint Lucia 198 35,681 2016[67]
100  Macau 180 120,075[68] 2022[69]
101  Tunisia 178 2 015 601 2016[28]
102  Armenia 177 524,039 2021[70]
103  Iraq 175 7,026,106 2020[71]
103  Iran 175 14,500,000 2019[72]
105  Tonga 174 2014[59]
105  Bolivia 174 2,000,000 2019[73]
107  Jordan 169 1,728,144 2020[74]
108  São Tomé and Príncipe 164 34,050 2017[28]
109  Namibia 161 393,062 2018[75]
110  El Salvador 159 1 008 080 2016[28]
111  Sri Lanka 157 3,427,150 2019[76]
112  Saudi Arabia 156 5,346,120 2019[77]
113  Bhutan 150 116,926 2021[78]
114  Singapore 149 847,950 2022[79]
114  Algeria 149 6,395,730 2019[80]
116  Azerbaijan 146 1,473,563 2020[81]
117  Fiji 145 130,000 2020[82]
118  Venezuela 140 4,100,000 2022[83]
118  Myanmar 140 7,610,810 2020[84]
120  Belize 139 50,000 2015[85]
121  Maldives 132 70,000 2019[86]
122  Samoa 130 25 235 2016[28]
123  Cape Verde 122 64,955 2016[28]
1264  Morocco 111 4,060,000 2019[87]
125  Pakistan 111 23,588,268 2018[88]
126    Nepal 110 3,080,000 2018[89]
127  Hong Kong 109 828,446 2022[90]
128  Turkmenistan 106 2014[59]
129  Ecuador 98 1,731,594 2020[91]
130  Guyana 95 2014[59]
131  Kosovo 94 309,509 2019[12]
132  Peru 91 2,900,000 2018[92]
133  Uzbekistan 87 3,051,734 2022[93]
134  Indonesia 82 22,587,923 2021[94]
135  Nicaragua 79 480,000 2015[95]
136  Chad 77 1,124,000 2016[28]
137  Ghana 73 2 066 943 2016[28]
138  Egypt 70 7,195,355 2020[96]
139  Kenya 69 3,608,110 2019[97]
140  Jamaica 66 190,000 2015[98]
141  Nigeria 64 11,458,370 2017[99]
142  Zimbabwe 60 940,000 2015[100]
143  Palestine 58 276,878 2020[101]
144  Cuba 56 633,369 2016[28]
145  Vanuatu 54 2014[59]
146  Tajikistan 51 439,972 2016[28]
147  Micronesia, Federated States of 51 5,673 2016[28]
148  Afghanistan 47 1,572,663 2015[102]
149  India 45 60,000,000 2016[28]
149  Philippines 45 4,951,662 2021[103]
151  Senegal 44 660,000 2015[104]
151  Vietnam 44 4,300,000 2019[84]
151  Comoros 44 34,898 2016[28]
154  Benin 43 469 761 2016[28]
155  Uganda 40 1 594 962 2016[28]
156  Ivory Coast 38 905,537 2016[28]
157  Yemen 37 1,000,000 2015[105]
158  Guinea-Bissau 35 62,239 2016[28]
159  Kiribati 33 3,706 2016[28]
160  Angola 32 880,000 2015[106]
161  Djibouti 28 2014[59]
162  Madagascar 27 660,000 2015[107]
162  Congo, Republic of the 27 2014[59]
162  Togo 27 198,000 2015[108]
162  Bangladesh 27 4,471,625 2021[109]
162  Cambodia 27 456,000 2020[84]
167  Mozambique 26 800,878 2020[110]
168  Congo, Democratic Republic of the 25 1,900,000 2015[111]
169  Zambia 23 370,000 2015[112]
170  Guinea 22 259,731 2016[28]
171  Eritrea 21 72 405 2016[28]
171  Niger 21 436 420 2016[28]
173  Burkina Faso 20 375,163 2017[113]
174  Rwanda 17 221,000 2020[114]
175  Cameroon 15 347,000 2015[115]
176  Gabon 14 2014[59]
176  Liberia 14 63,000 2015[116]
178  Papua New Guinea 12 100,993 2016[28]
178  Mali 12 203,000 2015[117]
178  Tanzania 12 700,000 2020[118]
181  Mauritania 10 41,000 2015[119]
181  Burundi 10 111,236 2017[28]
183  Gambia 9 21,815 2018[120]
183  Ethiopia 9 831,000 2017[121]
185  Malawi 8 139,000 2015[122]
186  Haiti 7 80,000 2015[123]
187  Sierra Leone 6 2014[59]
188  Somalia 5 80,000 2017[124]
189  Central African Republic 4 2014[59]
189  Lesotho 4 2014[59]
191  Sudan 3 111,000 2015[125]
191  Solomon Islands 3 2014[59]
193  North Korea 1 30,000 2022[126]

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