A Lot More New Cars in Nicaragua

In 2015 the import of new cars grew by 25%, led by sales of compact cars, and driven by an increase in purchasing power and greater access to credit on the part of Nicaraguans.

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Between January and October 2015, Nicaragua imported 14,765 new motor cars, up from 11,860 in the same period in 2014, which represents growth of 25%, according to the Directorate General of Customs (DGA) of Nicaragua. Meanwhile, low cylinder cars, of between 800 and 3,000 cubic centimeters, were imported the most, increasing by 22.5%.

According information givent to Laprensa.com.ni by the Nicaraguan Association of Motor Vehicle Dealers (Andiva), "... of the 19,000 new units sold in all of 2015, 43% were sedan cars, 30% Pick Ups , 11% SUV's and the remaining 16% were between medium and large trucks and buses and minibuses. "

"... The Association of Importers of used vehicles also recorded an increase of approximately 14% in sales, explained the vice president of the union, Juan Carlos Zuniga. According to reports from the DGA, imports of used cars increased 7.5% between January and October 2015 compared to the same period in 2014, going from 5787 to 6226 units. Sales of motorcycles went up 28% in 2015 compared to 2014, according Andiva, with 55,000 units sold in 2015 ".

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