New car registrations up 7.8% yr/yr in April

Automotive

There were 4,623 new cars registered in Hungary in April, up 7.8% yr/yr, the Hungarian Association of Vehicle Importers (MGE) told MTI on Thursday, citing data compiled by DataHouse. MGE said that there were 17,180 new cars registered in Hungary during the first four months of 2013, down 6% yr/yr. The number of light commercial vehicle registrations was 724 in April, up slightly from the same month if 2012, and 3,003 vehicles were registered in this category in January-April, down 15% from a year earlier. There were 409 heavy commercial vehicles registered in April, up 17% yr/yr. In the first four months, the number of vehicle registrations rose a sharp 30% in this category.

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