By Aysu Bicer
ANKARA (AA) – A total of 88,743 road motor vehicles were registered in Turkey through November, marking a 3.6% rise compared to the previous month, the statistical authority said on Wednesday.
The figure, however, was down 13.5% year-on-year, according to the Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat).
In November, cars accounted for 49.4% of total registrations, followed by motorcycles with 21.5%, small trucks with 17%, tractors 8%, trucks 3.1%, minibuses 0.4%, buses 0.5%, and special purpose vehicles 0.1%.
In terms of model brands for newly registered cars, 15.2% were Renault over the month, while 11.1% were Fiat, and 9.7% Peugeot.
Over January-November, a total of 1.08 million road motor vehicles were registered, posting a 14.1% increase.
During this period, the share of gasoline-fueled cars was 61.9%, followed by diesel-fueled cars with 23.8%, electric or hybrid cars with 9.1%, and LPG-fueled cars with 5.2%.