Obviously not. Quite on the contrary, people take on mountains of debt to hasten the consumption. Nobody would gladly put off their purchase of a new car just because they believe it could be one or two per cent cheaper next year.
The true story about deflation is that prices keep falling because of falling credit volume in the Euro Area. First there is the credit deflation, then the price deflation follows. The falling consumer price index is just a symptom of the disease, not its root cause.
As if that were not bad enough, the European economy is being debilitated by the ever growing tax burden:
Now this is the root cause of the current malaise of the Western world.