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Sales of hybrid cars in Jordan are expected to decline to 70% next year

Amman Today

publish date 2021-12-14 23:25:52

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The representative of the automotive sector in the Free Zones Investors Authority, Jihad Abu Nasser, confirmed that 5% of the cars sold in the Kingdom are through banks, in light of the facilities announced by the Central Bank to borrow for car purposes since the Corona crisis.

Abu Nasser added in a television program this evening, Tuesday, that the clearance numbers do not mean the existence of a sale movement on cars, indicating that there is a clearance movement for the sale of existing cars so as not to “flip the year” on these cars and therefore not pay 10% on them, which is the increase, i.e. the estimated value .

He expected that the increase in hybrid cars next year would reach 1,000 dinars to 1,200 dinars for the “cheapest car”, until the figure reaches nearly 3,000 dinars on some cars.

Abu Nasser pointed out that there is a large stock of cars in the free zone, but this stock is depleted with no alternative to it, due to the presence of a small number of car shipments, revealing that there is a shortage of nearly 20,000 cars from last year, due to the lack of “goods” i.e. cars Which, if any, is also very expensive.

He pointed out, “Next year, we expect the sales of hybrid cars to decline with the global rise in prices, and the 10% tax approved by the government, to more than 70%.”

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