Used Car Imports Over 9,200 in June

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The number of imported used cars registered in Hungary reached 9,422 in June, edging up 2% from May, but falling 12% from the same month a year earlier, listings site JoAutok.hu said on Monday, citing figures compiled by Datahouse.

In the first half of the year, used car imports fell 22% year-on-year to 53,524. 

Volkswagens were the most popular used car import, accounting for close to 13pc of the total. Opels and Fords each accounted for around 9% of used car imports.

A slowdown in inflation could support a return to used car imports of more than 10,000 a month, JoAutok.hu said.

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