At a time like the current one where the lack of microchips and other elements have set the tone in the automotive market, there are many users who have allocated much of their savings to buy their new models. This year’s car sales data have caused a significant drop in the sector, while last August a rise of more than 9% was achieved in the registration of cars, whether passenger cars or SUVs.
With a total of 51,907 units sold, from the sector indicate that there is no change of trend, high inflation and global tensions are not prone to this change. In the accumulated of the year, we find 533,042 units sold. What has been observed is a new trend that has caused the average of the models sold to have an average CO2 emissions of 122 grams per kilometer, which represents a decrease of 1.3%.
Where they have grown the most is in the sector of companies, where an increase of 22% has been found with a total of 21,712 models delivered. In that aspect, we find more than 224,337 units sold so far this year, causing an increase of more than 4%. It should be noted that models intended for a particular use has had a fall of 4% with up to 24,951 units sold.
Growth in the commercial and transport sector
Although it may not seem like it, the small commercial sector is in one of its best moments. With a rise of 9% and more than 9,000 units sold, the sector continues to improve little by little, reaching 77,184 units in the accumulated of the year, causing a fall of 30%.
Finally, we find a great increase in the collective transport market, typical of minibuses, coaches or buses, which has had a increase of 32% with more than 1,418 units Sold. In this way, there is a change in the social trend of displacement, betting on public transport or large volumes of people.