New car registrations up 32.3% in March, says MGE
New car registrations in Hungary rose 32.3% year-on-year to 9,924 in March, the Hungarian Association of Vehicle Importers (MGE) said on Monday, as reported by Hungarian news agency MTI.
Sales of light commercial vehicles fell 6.5% to 1,793.
Sales of heavy commercial vehicles rose 1.3% to 478, while bus registrations came to 31, up 55%. Sales of motorcycles climbed 31.4% to 272.
For the first time, MGE included sales data for heavy trailers. Their number increased 17.8% to 254.
MGE said it projects the registration of 102,000 new cars, 22,000 light commercial vehicles, 5,500 heavy commercial vehicles, 2,400 motorcycles and 500 buses this year.
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