List of countries by vehicles per capita

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

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

China has the largest fleet of motor vehicles in the world in 2021, with 292 million cars,[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]

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Rank Country or region Motor vehicles
per 1,000 people
Total Year
1   San Marino 1,263 2013[5]
2   Monaco 899 2013[5]
3   New Zealand 837 4,221,182[6] 2019
4   Iceland 866 315,294[7] 2020
5   United States 816 267,894,860[8] 2019
6   Australia 789[failed verification] 19,800,000[9] 2020
7   Liechtenstein 781 30,249 2019[10]
8   Brunei 721 300,897 2015
9   Canada 685 25,060,399[11] 2018
10   Luxembourg 681 426,346 2019[10]
11   Guam 677 2014[12]
12   Italy 663 39,545,232 2019[10]
13   Japan 649 81,789,318 2019[13]
14   Cyprus 645 572,501 2019[10]
15   Poland 642 24,360,166 2019[10]
16   Finland 642 3,549,803 2019[10]
17   Estonia 598 794,926 2019[10]
18   Malta 597 307,130 2019[10]
19   Germany 574 47,715,977 2019[10]
20   Austria 562 4,978,852 2018[10]
21   Slovenia 556 1,165,371 2019[10]
22   Czech Republic 554 5,924,995 2019[10]
23    Switzerland 537 4,624,000 2019[10]
24   Lithuania 536 1,498,688 2019[10]
25   Portugal 530 5,452,119 2019[10]
26   Norway 522 2,801,208 2017[10]
27   Spain 519 24,558,126 2019[10]
28   Belgium 511 5,889,210 2019[10]
29   Greece 504 5,406,551 2019[10]
30   Netherlands 499 8,677,911 2019[10]
31   France 482 32,416,180 2019[10]
32   Kuwait 477 1,876,188 2015
33   South Korea 475 23,444,165[14] 2019
34   United Kingdom 473 31,517,597 2018[10]
35   Sweden 473 4,887,116 2019[10]
36   Denmark 455 2,651,726 2017[10]
37   Ireland 454 2,253,210 2019[10]
38   Slovakia 439 2,393,577 2019[10]
39   Romania 435 8,470,490 2020[10]
40   Malaysia 433 13,308,716 2015
41   Croatia 425 1,724,900 2019[10]
42   Bahrain 422 578,471 2015
43   Qatar 411 1,020,000 2015
44   Bulgaria 407 2,829,946 2019[10]
45   Israel 394 3,600,600[15] 2019[16]
46   Hungary 390 3,812,013 2017[10]
47   Russia 388 56,673,511 2020[17]
48   Barbados 387 110,000 2015
49   Latvia 381 727,164 2019[10]
50   Belarus 369 3,501,981 2015
51   Brazil 364 77,191,524[18] 2020
52   Suriname 349 193,000 2015
53   Serbia 336 2,340,020 2019[19]
54   Oman 335 1,551,496 2020[20]
55   Taiwan 333 7,842,423[21] 2016[21]
56   Montenegro 326 202,322 2016[22]
57   Argentina 316 13,726,226 2015
58   Mexico 297 37,353,597 2015
59   Trinidad and Tobago 292 397,000 2015
60   Thailand 281 19,138,351 2019
61   Georgia 281 1,043,900 2015
62   Uruguay 280 960,000 2015
63   Bosnia and Herzegovina 258 910,969 2015
64   Ukraine 245 10,500,000[23] 2020
65   Moldova 241 855,536 2019
66   United Arab Emirates 234 2,140,000 2015
67   Chile 230 4,444,941 2015
68   Antigua and Barbuda 230 2009[5]
69   Costa Rica 224 1,076,041 2015
70   Saint Kitts and Nevis 223 [24]
71   Kyrgyzstan 223 1,330,000 2015
72   Saudi Arabia 209 6,600,000 2015
73   China 207 292,000,000 2021[1]
74   Kazakhstan 207 3,895,800 2020 [25]
75   North Macedonia 205 426,045 2019[10]
76   Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 204 2008[5]
77   Mauritius 192 236,853 2015
78   Fiji 188 2010[5]
79   Iran 178 14,130,000 2015
80   Botswana 177 391,686 2015
81   Armenia 177 524,039 2021 [26]
82   Tonga 174 [24]
83   South Africa 174 9,600,412 2015
84   Macau 172 116,930[27] 2020[28]
85   Panama 171 677,356 2015
86   Singapore 170 957,006[29] 2018
87   Albania 167 481,114 2015
88   Saint Lucia 165 2010[5]
89   Dominica 163 [24]
90   Nauru 159 2004[30]
91   Sri Lanka 157 3,427,150[31] 2019
92   Algeria 153 6,577,845 2019[32]
93   Turkey 150 12,503,049 2019[10]
94   Kiribati 146 2008[5]
95   Venezuela 145 4,510,000 2015
96   Ecuador 141 2,267,344 2015>
97   Belize 139 50,000 2015
98   Colombia 126 6,250,000 2018[33][34]
99   Azerbaijan 124 1,135,936[35] 2018
100   Jordan 123 1,130,000 2015
101   Grenada 122 [36]
102   Lebanon 117 683,000[37] 2018
103   Guatemala 115 1,862,535 2015
104   Morocco 111 4,060,000 2019[38]
105     Nepal 110 3,080,000 2018[39]
106   Egypt 109 10,695,694 2018
107   Turkmenistan 107 2010[5]
108   Namibia 106 2008[5]
109   Iraq 105 3,900,000[40] 2013
110   Cape Verde 101 2007[5]
111   Paraguay 98 652,886[5] 2016
112   Guyana 95 2008[5]
113   Kosovo 94 309,509 2019[10]
114   Hong Kong 92 674,253 2015
115   Eswatini 89 2007[5]
116   Bahamas 81 2007[5]
117   Nicaragua 79 480,000 2015
118   Peru 78 2,444,478 2015
119   Indonesia 77 20,845,876[41] 2019
120   Samoa 77 2007[5]
121   Syria 73 2007[5]
122   Bolivia 72 770,000 2015
123   Mongolia 71 2010[5]
124   Kenya 70 3,280,934[42] 2018
125   Jamaica 66 190,000 2015
126   Nigeria 64 11,458,370[43] 2017
127   Zimbabwe 60 940,000 2015
128   Bhutan 57 2009[5]
129   Pakistan 55 3,557,470 [44] 2018
130   Vanuatu 54 [24]
131   Afghanistan 47 1,572,663 2015
132   Burkina Faso 46 297,000 2015
133   Senegal 44 660,000 2015
134   India 42 60,000,000 2016[45]
135   Palestine 42 2010[5]
136   Cuba 42 480,000 2015
137   Cote d'Ivoire 41 940,000 2015
138   El Salvador 41 260,000 2015
139   Tajikistan 38 2007[5]
140   Philippines 38 3,822,544 2015
141   Uzbekistan 37 2004[46]
142   Micronesia, Federated States of 37 2007[5]
143   Yemen 37 1,000,000 2015
144   Comoros 33 2007[5]
145   Guinea-Bissau 33 2008[5]
146   Angola 32 880,000 2015>
147   Ghana 32 890,000 2015>
148   Maldives 28 2010[5]
149   Djibouti 28 26,000[24] 2009
150   Madagascar 27 660,000 2015
151   Congo, Republic of the 27 2007[5]
152   Sudan 27 2007[5]
153   Togo 27 198,000 2015
154   Congo, Democratic Republic of the 25 1,900,000 2015
155   Benin 24 252,000 2015
156   Vietnam 23 2,170,000 2015
157   Zambia 23 370,000 2015>
158   Seychelles 22 2010[5]
159   Cambodia 21 2005[5]
160   Laos 20 2007[5]
161   Myanmar 20 1,065,897[47] 2017
162   Honduras 18 160,000[47] 2017
163   Cameroon 15 347,000 2015
164   Gabon 14 2004[48]
165   Mozambique 14 400,000 2015
166   Liberia 14 63,000 2015
167   Equatorial Guinea 13 2004[49]
168   Papua New Guinea 13 [24]
169   Uganda 12 490,000 2015
170   Mali 12 203,000 2015
171   Eritrea 11 2007[5]
172   North Korea 11 2006[50]
173   Mauritania 10 41,000 2015
174   Ethiopia 9 831,000[51] 2017
175   Malawi 8 139,000 2015
176   Haiti 7 80,000 2015
177   Tanzania 7 380,000 2015
178   Gambia 7 2004[5]
179   Niger 7 2009[5]
180   Burundi 6 63,000 2015
181   Sierra Leone 6 2008[5]
182   Chad 6 2006[5]
183   Guinea 5 [24]
184   Rwanda 5 [24]
185   Central African Republic 4 [24]
186   Lesotho 4 2004[52]
187   Bangladesh 4 620,000 2015
188   Somalia 7 [24]
189   Solomon Islands 3 2004[53]
190   São Tomé and Príncipe 2 2007[5]

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