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23.02.2021 10:41 News >> Turkey: Road Motor Vehicle Registrations Up In January

Turkey: Road Motor Vehicle Registrations Up In January

More than 117,300 vehicles registered last month, rising 24% compared to year ago.

The number of road motor vehicle registrations in Turkey increased 24% year-on-year in January, the country's statistics authority revealed on Tuesday.
A total of 117,313 first- and second-hand vehicles were registered last month, according to the Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat).
Compared to the previous month, motor vehicle registration surged by 37.5%.
The total number of road motor vehicles registered to the traffic reached nearly 24.3 million by the end of January, TurkStat said.
In January, automobiles accounted for most new registrations -- 63.5% -- while small trucks accounted for 19.1%. Motorcycles represented 8.9%.

In terms of distribution of model brands for new registered cars in the month, 16.1% were Fiat; 14% Renault, and 9% Volkswagen.
Last year, the country registered over 1 million vehicles, a rise of 55% from the previous year. -



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