In November the ‘plus’ sign returns to the second-hand market. The data is one of those contained in the latest monthly bulletin ‘Auto-Trend’, the statistical analysis carried out by the Automobile Club of Italy on the PRA data. According to the research, the change of ownership of cars net of mini-transfers (temporary transfers in the name of the dealer pending resale to the end customer) closed the monthly balance with an increase of 4.4% compared to November 2020, although highlighting a decrease of 5.3% in terms of daily average compared to the same pre-Covid 2019 month. For every 100 new cars in November, 232 second-hand cars were sold (for the fifth consecutive month more than double those registered for the first time at the PRA) and 196 in the period January-November 2021. Minivolture continued to decline, with a monthly negative variation of 14.8% in November.
In terms of fueling, the new hybrid petrol cars, with a market share of 31.9%, confirmed their top position also in November, once again surpassing the sales of diesel and petrol cars (incidence respectively of 18 , 5% and 28.3%), which show heavy monthly contractions compared to November 2020 (-53.5% and -38.7% respectively). On the contrary, a positive growth trend for new electric cars, which in November reached a market share of 6.5%. In the second-hand market, on the other hand, traditional fuel systems (diesel and gasoline) prevail, but the market share of the gasoline hybrid continues to increase in consistency (incidence of 3.2% in November). Finally, as far as mini-cultivations are concerned, diesel cars always excel.
Source From: Ansa
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