New Passenger Car Registrations In Hungary Up 4.9% In March

  • 4 Apr 2019 9:16 AM
  • Budapest Business Journal
New Passenger Car Registrations In Hungary Up 4.9% In March
New passenger car registrations in Hungary rose 4.9% year-on-year to 13,391 in March, according to a report by Carinfo.hu.

Suzuki led the market with the sale of 2,058 vehicles, more than 15% of the total. Ford was runner-up, with a market share of more than 10%.

Toyota, Opel and Škoda followed, each with market shares of less than 10%.

First-quarter passenger car sales were up 8.6% year-on-year at 34,335.

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