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Hungary new vehicle registrations halve in April

Automotive

New passenger car registrations in Hungary fell 50.3% year-on-year to 6,170 in April, the first full month of the restrictions imposed due to the pandemic, citing data compiled by the European Automobile Manufacturersʼ Association (ACEA).

In January-April, passenger car registrations in Hungary reached 38,800, down 16.9% from a year earlier.

In the whole of the European Union, passenger car registrations plunged by 76.3% in April, the biggest drop ever recorded.

In the first four months of 2020, car registrations dropped 38.5% in the EU.

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