New Car Registrations In Hungary Up 29%

  • 2 Aug 2018 8:01 AM
  • Hungary Matters
New Car Registrations In Hungary Up 29%
New car registrations rose 29% yearon-year to 12,043 in July, the Hungarian Association of Vehicle Importers (MGE) and Carinfo.hu told MTI.

The share of fleet purchases fell under 60%, MGE noted. Sales of light commercial vehicles were up 33% and sales of heavy commercial vehicles climbed 11%.

Motorcycle sales rose 10%. New vehicle registrations also climbed 29% year-on-year for the period January-July, reaching 82,789.

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