Vehicle sales and exports are increasing!

Vehicle sales and exports are increasing!

4 March 2021 0 By administrator


Passenger car sales increased by 34.1% to 80,107 in the two-month period of 2021 compared to the previous year, while the light commercial vehicle market increased 51.0% to 22,125 units. Passenger car and light commercial vehicle market increased 24.2% in February 2021, passenger car market increased 18.6% and light commercial vehicle market increased by 46.4%. In February 2021, the passenger car and light commercial vehicle market increased 24.2% compared to February 2020, reaching 58,504. In February 2021, passenger car sales increased by 18.6% compared to the same month of the previous year to 44,749, while the light commercial vehicle market increased by 46.4% to 13,755.
Diesel sales in decline

Passenger car and light commercial vehicle market increased 27.9% in comparison to the average 10-year February sales. The automobile market showed an increase of 31.2% compared to the average 10-year February sales. The light commercial vehicle market increased 18.2% in comparison to the average 10-year February sales. Vehicles in the A, B and C segments with low tax rates comprised 87.4% of the market. Gasoline automobile sales had a share of 59.2% with 47,386 units, diesel car sales had a share of 27.4% with 21,946 units, hybrid car sales had a share of 8.7% with 6,979 units, and autogas car sales had a share of 4.6% with 3,658 units. 138 electric cars were sold. Automatic transmission cars had a 75.4% share with 60,437 units, while manual transmission cars had a 24.6% share with 19,670 units.

2.5 billion dollars export

The automotive industry caught the monthly export average before the Covid-19 outbreak in February. Uludag Automotive Industry Exporters’ Association (PA), according to the automotive industry of Turkey’s exports in February rose 0.7 percent compared to the same period last year was 2.5 billion dollars. The share of first place in the sector in Turkey’s total exports was 17.4 percent. The industry’s exports in the first two months of 2021 decreased by 2 percent compared to the previous year and reached 4 billion 802 million dollars. OİB Chairman Baran Çelik said, “With our sector, which directly employs 300 thousand people and has been the export champion for the last 15 years in a row, We aim to export. ”He said.