Electric car sales increased by 7 percent and hybrid car sales by 2019 percent in 99 months of this year compared to the same period of 47,3. Automotive Distributors Association (ODD) According to the information, car and light commercial vehicle market in Turkey, this year's January-July period increased by 2019 percent compared to the same period in 60,3 amounted to 341 thousand 469 pieces.
The passenger car and light commercial vehicle market increased by 10 percent compared to the average sales of 42,5-year July. Looking at automobile sales alone, in the 7 months of this year, 2019 thousand 58,9 units were reached with an increase of 273 percent compared to the same period of 22. The light commercial vehicle market also increased by 65,8 percent, reaching 68 units.
Share of over 2000cc car sales continues to decline
Automobile sales below 1600cc increased by 60,6 percent and took a share of 94,8 percent, and automobile sales in the range of 1600-2000cc increased 20 percent and took a 2 percent share.
The share of automobile sales over 2000 cc decreased by 5 percent and was determined as 0,2 percent.
Autogas car sales increased by 80,9 percent
When evaluated by engine type in the automobile market as of the end of July, fuel-powered automobile sales had a 137 percent share with 446 units.
Diesel car sales had a share of 114 percent with 936 thousand 42,1 units, while the share of autogas car sales was 12 percent with 320 thousand 4,5 units. The share of electric and hybrid cars was determined as 3,1.
Fuel-oil automobile sales rose by 118,1 percent, autogas-powered cars by 80,9 percent and diesel car sales by 19,3 percent at the end of July compared to the previous year.
Increase trend in electric and hybrid vehicle sales continues
At the end of July, 191 electric and 8 hybrid cars were sold.
In this period, electric car sales increased by 99 percent and hybrid car sales increased by 47,3 percent compared to the same period of last year. Thus, the increasing trend in electric and hybrid vehicle sales continued.
Low tax cars preferred
At the end of July, 86,1 percent of the automobile market was composed of vehicles in the A, B and C segments with low tax rates.
C segment automobiles had a share of 169% with 464 units, and B segment automobiles had a share of 62,1% with 64 units. The most preferred body type in the automobile market was sedan cars with a share of 533 percent. Sedan cars were followed by the SUV with 23,6 percent and the hatchback with 44,4 percent.