In Peru, 43,701 cars were sold between January and June, which sets a historic record in Peru, reports the Association of Automotive Representatives in Peru, Araper.
This means 52% more collocations than the ones registered in 2009.
Araper’s report states that the most demanded brands during this period were Toyota, with 12,447 units sold (22.8% from the total); Hyundai, that sold 7,041 units (12.9%); Nissan, 5,539 with cars sold (10.1%); Kia, with 4,845 cars sold (8.9%), and Suzuki, that sold 3,045 cars (5.6%).
Only in June, 9,695 new cars were sold.
The Association of Banks reports that between December 2009 and May 2010, car loans totaled US $407 million.
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