New passenger cars registration dropped by 1.5 pct. to 145,566 units in Q2 2018

Newsroom 07/08/2018 | 09:59

New passenger car registrations decreased by 1.5 percent in passenger transport second quarter 2018 compared to second quarter 2017. At the same time, new vehicle registrations for freight transport increased 4.6 percent compared to the second quarter of the previous year.

In the second quarter of 2018 compared to the corresponding quarter of 2017, new registrations of road vehicles for the transport of passengers have grown with 5 percent for the moped category motorcycles and decreased 1.6 percent for cars and 1.5 percent for buses and mini buses.

In case of cars, the decrease was from 147,907 in Q2 2017 and 149,273 in Q1 2018, to 145,566 units registered in Q2 2018.

Regarding new registrations of road vehicles for the transport of goods were registered increases in the category of trailers and semi-trailers with 22 percent, and in the category of tractors with 7.5 percent, while for trucks appearede a  decrease by 3.3 percent.

Compared to the first quarter 2018, in the second quarter new registrations of road vehicles for transport passengers decreased by 1.3 percent, and new registrations of road vehicles for the transport of goods increased 4.1 percent.

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