Warsaw (Puls Biznesu) – This year started much better than the previous one. Forecasts say that 25,000 new cars might be sold in Poland in January.
Promotions, sales, rebates – all these made car dealers have a very good month in January.
“We sold over 30 percent more cars than in January 2007 and about 10 percent more than in December 2007”, Marek Pol, Pol-Mot Auto CEO said.
PGD, Poland’s biggest car dealer sold 38.3 percent more cars in January as compared with the same month of the previous year. Sales grew 17.4 percent from December.
“We are even more optimistic because of orders made in January for this year’s models. They constitute 36 percent of all cars ordered against 34 percent a year ago and 31 percent in January 2006”, Mikolaj Malecki, managing director of Euro Car, part of PGD group, said.
Polmozbyt Torun sold 20 percent more cars.
“Our forecasts say that this month, 25,000 new cars were sold. We are still collecting data”, Wojciech Drzewiecki, CEO of Samar analytic company said.
In January 2007, 22,700 cars were sold.