As for the best-selling brand, the Honda brand increased by 19.7 percent to 19,929 cars, followed by Hyundai by 12 percent to 4,957 cars sold, and this place was surpassed by Toyota, whose sales increased by 46 percent to 4,632 cars. The fourth is Volkswagen and the fifth is Kia. The best-selling model was the Skoda Octavia with 4,965 cars, followed by the Fabia with 3,271 cars and the Skoda Scala with 2,545 cars.
The most popular business class is SUVs at 46 percent, followed by midsize cars at 15 percent and compact cars at 12 percent. A total of 67 percent of the cars sold were petrol and 25 percent were diesel. It is followed by electric cars, at 2.3 percent.
Light vehicle sales increased by 25.7% to 5,041 vehicles. The Renault brand leads with 918 vehicles, ahead of Ford with 626 vans sold, and it’s Opel that sold fewer vehicles. The most stupid model was Renault Master. Truck registrations increased 31.1% to 2,660 vehicles in the first quarter. More Mercedes-Benz (526), Volvo (493) and MAN (363) were sold.
Bus sales fell by 77 percent to 83 vehicles. The first is the home of the Iveco Bus brand with 25 buses, followed by the home of SOR with 22 vehicles sold, and the third is Setra with 13 vehicles sold.
Motorcycle sales fell 2.5% to 4,994 units from January through the end of the period. Honda was the best seller with 1,138 motorcycles, followed by German brand CF Moto with 575 motorcycles, and Yamaha with 344 motorcycles sold.
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