Second-hand vehicles with the highest price increased. Here are the second hand vehicles whose price increased the most during the pandemic period. Cardata, the largest data and second-hand pricing company in the automotive industry, ranked the cars with the highest increase in second-hand prices in December 2019 and April 2020. Accordingly, in the December-April period, the 24,07 model Honda Civic 2016 i-VTEC Eco was the second-hand car, the price of which increased the most, with 1.6 percent. The 2015 model year Ford Focus 1.5 TDCI came in second place with a price increase of 23,75 percent, while the 22,22 model Dacia Duster 2015 DCI 1.5 × 4 with a second hand value of 4 percent ranked third. These models were followed by BMW 21,96d with 520 percent price increase and Hyundai i21,22 20 MPI with 1.4 percent increase.
The New Type Coronavirus (Covid-19) epidemic negatively affected the global automotive production and the market. In Turkey, especially supplying car zero problems experienced during the first months of the year, to further extend the period of the pandemic. In the period from December of 2019 to April of 2020, while the consumer turned to second hand, second hand prices continued to increase. In this context, Cardata, the largest data and second-hand pricing company in the automotive industry, has released a comprehensive second-hand analysis of the December-April period. According to Cardata data; In the December-April period, the 24,07 model Honda Civic 2016 i-VTEC Eco was the second-hand car, the price of which increased the most, with 1.6 percent. The 2015 model year Ford Focus 1.5 TDCI came in second place with a price increase of 23,75 percent, while the 22,22 model Dacia Duster 2015 DCI 1.5 × 4, whose second hand value increased by 4 percent, ranked third. These models were followed by BMW 21,96d with 520 percent price increase and Hyundai i21,22 20 MPI with 1.4 percent increase.
The price of the best-selling second hand increased by 12,33 percent on average
In the same period, Turkey is the best selling in the market of second-hand vehicles Considering the price increases, it drew attention to 12,33'lük percent experienced an average increase in four months. According to Cardata data, the top 3 models in our country were the 2015 model Volkswagen Passat, the 2017 model Fiat Egea and the 2016 model Volkswagen Passat in the December-April period. During this period, the price of the 2015 model Volkswagen Passat 1.6 TDI BMT increased by 11,87 percent. While the increase was 2017 percent in the 1.3 model Fiat Egea 10,18 MultiJet, the 2016 model Volkswagen Passat 1.6 TDI BMT experienced a price increase of 11,03 percent. Looking at the top-selling models among the top 10 best-selling cars, the 16,04 model Ford Focus 2015 TDCI led the way with 1.6 percent. This model was followed by the Volkswagen Polo 15,14 TDI BMT for the 2016 model year with a price increase of 1.4 percent, and the Renault model Renault DC 14,82E with a price increase of 2017 percent.
“It will be the year of second hand in 2020”
Cardata General Manager Hüsamettin Yalçın stated that they carried out a comprehensive second-hand analysis of the first 4 months of the year as Cardata, the leading automotive data provider company of the automotive industry. Adding to this the effects of the Covid-0 outbreak since March, the 19-kilometer vehicle was almost finished and demand moved towards the second hand. Currently, used car prices continue to rise due to the explosion of demand. Brands have returned to production as of May, but this return takes place with less capacity and less production. In other words, the demand for the second hand will continue in the next May, June and July period. On the other hand, we anticipate that the price of 0 kilometers will be 0-7 percent higher than today due to the increase in the exchange rate to vehicle prices. As a result, we think that the rising prices in the second hand will not come back, but will continue to increase to a certain extent. ”
Here are the 10 cars with the highest increase in second hand (December 2019-April 2020):
|Brand Model||Model year||KM||Increase Rate|
|1. Honda Civic 1.6 i-VTEC Eco||2016||60.000||24,07%|
|2. Ford Focus 1,5 TDCI||2015||75.000||23,75%|
|3. Dacia Duster 1,5 DCI 4 × 4||2015||75.000||22,22%|
|4. BMW 520d||2011||135.000||21,96%|
|5.Hyundai i20 1,4 MPI||2017||45.000||21,22%|
|6.VW Gold 1,6 TDI||2014||90.000||20,82%|
|7. VW Jetta 1,6 TDI||2015||75.000||19,96%|
|8. Citroen C-Elysee 1,6 HDI||2015||75.000||19,87%|
|9. Dacia Duster 1,5 DCI 4 × 4||2016||60.000||19,50%|
|10. Ford Focus 1,5 TDCI||2015||75.000||19,07%|
Source: Hibya News Agency