The boost comes as sales of imported cars grew by no less than 51.8% reaching 165,888 units, while sales of Romania-made cars dropped by 8.3% to 92,340 units.
The Romanian market produced over 171,000 cars during the first ten months of the year, 66,440 of which were exported.
Romania's biggest car-maker, Dacia, which is controlled by Renault, sold 77,991 cars, meaning a market share of 30.02%. The second Romanian maker, Daewoo, reported sales of 14,349 units, with a market share of 5.6%.
For imported cars, Renault comes first with sales of 24,292 units and a market share of 9.4%, followed by Volkswagen with 19,249 sold cars and Skoda with 18,885 sold units.
Opel and Ford are next in line with sales of 15,234 and 13,190 sold cars respectively.