Nicaragua: Motorcycle Sales Could Grow 5% in 2017

The motorcycle dealers union plans to close the year 2017 with the sale of 65,100 units nationwide, which would represent an increase of almost 5% compared to 2016.

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

The aim of the Nicaraguan Association of Motor Vehicle Dealers (Andiva) is to sell around 3,100 motorcycles more than last year. 

See also: "More motorcycles from China and India in Central America" reports that "...For motorcycle dealers, December represents the best season of the year, due to the amount of money that circulates during this month and the Christmas and New Year festivities."

"... It should be noted that according to vehicle registration statistics of the Police in Rivas, in December 2016 alone, this department accounted for more than 21,000 motorcycles."

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