After the full closing decision, it became a matter of curiosity about what consumers think about vehicle purchase and sale. Arabam.com’un According to the results of the research carried out with the participation of 3,048 people in May, 50.4% of the participants thought to buy or sell a vehicle during the closing process, while 49.6% do not intend to buy and sell vehicles during this period. The fact that the responses of the participants are close to each other gives the impression that consumers are indecisive on this issue. 32.9% of the consumers stated that the closing process will affect the prices in the second hand automotive sector towards an increase and 26.9% towards a decrease; 18.2% say the prices will not change, 19.2% are undecided on this issue.
Will there be a decrease in demand?
When the consumers who think that the closing process will increase the prices of second-hand vehicles, 42.7% of them cited the problems in the supply of new vehicles, 33.4% the increase in demand when the closing is complete, and 21.5% the fluctuations in the exchange rate. The biggest reason for consumers who expect prices to decrease The decrease in demand with 73.7% indicates that prices will also decrease. Accordingly, it is possible to say that some consumers expect a decrease and discount in prices after the closure. While 13.4% of the participants pointed to the closed galleries and sales places as the reason for the decrease in prices, 12.9% of them cited the positive developments that could be experienced in the economy.
Do prices increase?
When asked how the complete closure process will affect the zero automotive sector, 40.3% of consumers say the prices will increase. The reasons for the reasons for the increase were the fluctuations in the exchange rate with 34.3%, followed by the chip crisis in the world with 33.6% and other production problems in zero vehicles with 29.9%. When asked the reasons for this, 71.5% of the 20.7% who think that the closure process will reduce the zero automotive prices, cause the decrease in demand due to the coronavirus. 18.1% of the consumers claimed the positive developments that could be experienced in the economy, and 10.4% claimed that the dealers should be closed for sale. While 26.9% of the respondents stated that the closing process would not change the prices for new vehicles, 12.2% stated that they were undecided on this issue.