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Report: New car registrations climb 19% in November

Automotive

New car registrations in Hungary rose by a year-on-year 19.2%, reaching 5,901 in November, the Hungarian Vehicle Importers' Association (MGE) said, citing information compiled by Datahouse.

In January-November, the number of new car registrations rose by a year-on-year 20.1% to 61,399.

Registrations for light commercial vehicles in November came to 1,613, up by a y.o.y. 8.2%, while these grew by a y.o.y. 40.3% to 13,951 in January-November.

The number of heavy commercial vehicles registered in November fell by a year-on-year 29.7% to 452, however registrations still increased by a year-on-year 2.3% in the January-November period.

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