New car registrations up 8.6% in September
New car registrations in Hungary rose 8.6% from a year earlier to 9,655 in September, Carinfo.hu reported Tuesday. In January-September, new car registrations were up 10% at 115,106.
Sales of light commercial vehicles fell 29% to 1,268 in September, but rose 19% to 19,106 in the first nine months.
Sales of heavy commercial vehicles were down 47%, at 313. In January-September, sales fell 11% to 4,289.
Bus registrations amounted to 16 for the month, down 41%, with 378 buses registered this year to date, 15% less than in the base period.
Motorcycle registrations climbed 25% to 299 in September, and increased by 36% to 3,572 from January to September, Carinfo.hu reported.
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