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Wed, 06 Feb, 2013 11:30:52 PM
FTimes Report, February 6

 

A total of 15,443 new motor vehicles including 10,248 passenger cars were registered in the country in the last month, according to the preliminary data of the Statistic Finland.

The data released here on Wednesday said that the number of First registration vehicles decreased by 23.9 percent in January 2013 compared to the number of January 2012.

In January the number of new passenger cars registered was 10,248, which was 28.2 per cent down from the year before. The share of new diesel-driven passenger cars was 39.8 percent. 

The data has been prepared based on the Vehicular and Driver Data Register of the Finnish Transport Safety Agency.

The most common passenger car makes first registered in January 2013 were Volkswagen, Toyota and Volvo. The most common passenger car models were Nissan Qashqai, Volkswagen Golf, Toyota Avensis, Ford Focus and Volvo V40, said the statistics.

 
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