The automotive sector predicts a fall of 24.5% of registrations in April it would close about 54,000 units compared to 71,808 units of the same month last year, told a sources.
At the current record, April would be the worst month ever in terms of registrations as the same month of the year 1993 was more negative for this trade, that balance, with registrations of 68,635 units.
In recent days there has been, however, a market rally since the end of the two-thirds of the month, passenger car registrations plummeted about 45%.
Until last Thursday, April 26, and failing, still two days to the end of the month, had registered 42,980 units, a figure that is 22% lower than the same date in 2011.
The companies had registered 14,640 units 4.1% more than last year, while “rent a car”, after the sharp rise in March by the seasonal effect of Easter, in April plummeted 55% in 8700 units.
Private enrollments represented 45.7% of the total, two years ago this channel copaba almost seven out of ten enrollments.
With the April result, the first third of the year closed with some 258,500 units, compared to 279,960 in January-April 2011, would result in a decrease of 7.7%.
The main associations bet at the beginning of 2012 by a figure of 780,000 cars while some brand managers now bet of 750,000, which would be the worst year ever since these statistics are published.