28.360 vehicles were patented in November

In the absence of a month to close in 2021, it is estimated that the annual sale of 0km will reach 380.000 units.

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La Association of Automotive Dealers of the Argentine Republic (ACARA) reported that the number of patented vehicles during November 2021 amounted to 28.360 units, which represents a 18,7% drop year-on-year, since in November 2020 34.887 units had been registered. If the comparison is with its predecessor month, a rise 1% because in October of this year 28.085 units were patented.

In this way, in the accumulated eleven months of the year, 363.931 units, this is a 13% more than in the same period of 2020, in which they had registered 321.893

Toyota corolla cross“In the last two months only between nine and ten thousand SIMIS have been released, for the entire industry, we believe that 15.000 could have been released per month since we are going to end the year with only approximately 1.130 million dollars of annual deficit in the sector. . It is a number that if distributed over twelve months is not significant, especially if we take into account that the demand has been very strong ”, explained Ricardo Salome, president of ACARA.

“We are going to close the year scratching the 380.000 patented vehicles, but with the frustration that we could have patented 450.000 units. We are excited about being able to grow next year and establish a floor of 400.000 vehicles for all of 2022 ", Agregó.

“We are a very important source of employment in the country: the entire sector includes 176.000 direct jobs, and if we take indirect employment, that figure grows three times more. We employ 530.000 people and we can be one of the engines of growth that our country needs ”, Salomé analyzed.

Meanwhile Ruben Beato, Secretary General of the institution completed: “Work is being done with the entire value chain to adapt and see how we can respond to a market that today demands more than 50% of national cars. Despite the situation, this is an industry that is on the right track; the concessionaires are accompanying and the objective is to integrate ourselves into the world through Project 2030, where laws have even been presented in the National Congress to go to a scenario of sustainable mobility and accompanying future trends ".

TOP 10 PATENTS NOVEMBER 2021

BRANDS

1) Toyota, 5.752
2) Fiat, 3.157
3) Volkswagen, 2.765
4) Renault, 2.491
5) Peugeot, 2.432
6) Ford, 2.278
7) Chevrolet, 1.519
8) Nissan, 1.160
9) Citroen, 1.031
10) Mercedes-Benz, 808

AUTOS

1) Fiat Cronos, 2.340
2) Peugeot 208, 1.587
3) Toyota Yaris, 895
4) Toyota Corolla, 823
5) Renault Sandero, 816
6) Chevrolet Cruze, 655
7) Toyota Etios, 650
8) Toyota Corolla Cross, 506
9) Citroën C4 Cactus, 491
10) Ford Ecosport, 490

LIGHT COMMERCIAL

1) Toyota Hilux, 2.379
2) Volkswagen Amarok, 1.356
3) Ford Ranger, 1.183
4) Nissan Frontier, 471
5) Renault Alaskan, 463
6) Renault Kangoo II, 434
7)Peugeot Partner, 389
8) Citroën Berlingo, 348
9) Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, 327
10) Fiat Strada, 273

HEAVY COMMERCIAL

1) Iveco 170E, 165
2) Hermann Trailer / Semi-trailer, 120
3) Sola and Brusa Trailer / Semi-trailer, 87
4) Patronelli Trailer / Semi-trailer, 73
5) Ombu Trailer / Trailer, 56
6) Mercedes Benz Accelo 815, 49
7) Randon Trailer / Semi-trailer, 44
8) Lambert Trailer / Semi-trailer, 40
9) Jump Trailer / Trailer, 39
10) Iveco 600S, 39

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