Vehicle transfers increased 7.3% in June

Vehicle transfers increased 7.3% in June

According to RUNT figures and Andemos calculations In June, 94,395 vehicle transfers were carried out in Colombiathis being the best June of the last four years.

(What the automotive industry expects in the second half of 2022).

For the first half of the year, transfers totaled 534,398 units, exceeding by 10.8% the transfers of the first half of 2021. For the total of the year, Andemos estimates that transfers exceed 1,300,000 transfers, becoming a new historical record for the country.

In the first semester, the ratio of used vehicles vs. new vehicles is 4.3, maintaining the same ratio as last year.

(Hevolucion makes hydrogen and tests it in the Hyundai Nexo.)

By segments, automobiles registered 53,936 transfers; utilitarian. 19,922; Commercial Cargo <10.5T, 6,687; Pick Up, 5,105; Cab, 4,329; Commercial Cargo >10.5T, 2,684; Commercial Passengers, 1,228 and Van, 504.

“80% of the transfers correspond to automobiles and utility vehicles, ratifying the need for families to use the private vehicle to meet their mobility needs,” said Oliverio García, president of Andemos.

In June, by cities, Bogotá was the one with the highest registrations with 31,855 transferred units (+26%)followed by Cali (7,392), Envigado (6,190), Medellín (5,295) and Cota (2,524).

By metropolitan areas, during the first semester the one that grew the most was Barranquilla with 31.1%, followed by Cali with 30.6% and in third place Cúcuta with 26.9% while the metropolitan area of ​​Bogotá is the one with the lowest growth .

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