Nearly 58,000 vehicles were registered in Turkey in May, the country’s statistics authority revealed on July 4.
The number of motor vehicle slipped 42.5% year-on-year in the month, according to TÜİK.
However, the figure was up 6.3% on a monthly basis.
“Within 57,757 vehicle registrations in May, cars accounted for 47%, followed by motorcycles 33.9%, small trucks 11.3% and tractors 4.6%. Minibusses, buses, trucks and special purpose vehicles constituted 3.2% of new registrations,” TÜİK said.
In terms of distribution of model brands for new registered cars, 13.9% were Fiat, 13.2% Renault, 9.9% Toyota, 7.9% Volkswagen, 6.6% Hyundai, 6.6% Peugeot, 6.5% Honda, 4.5% Mercedes-Benz, 3.8% Dacia and 3.4% Opel.
The TÜİK data showed that the total number of road motor vehicles registered to the traffic surpassed 23 million by the end of May.
Hurriyet Daily News