Which car brands do Slovaks buy the most?

Nearly 9,500 new passenger vehicles registered in October.

Škoda carŠkoda car (Source: SME)

The bestselling car brand in Slovakia is Škoda. Its share on the market in October 2019 exceeded 23 percent, as the Slovak Automotive Industry Association (ZAP) informed in a press release.

The second bestselling brand is Volkswagen with more than 10-percent share, followed by Hyundai with more than 9 percent.

“We’ve recorded altogether 9,436 registrations of new passenger cars, which represents an increase of 16.91 percent compared to last year,” ZAP said, as quoted by the SITA newswire.

The number of truck registrations falls

The number of new registrations of commercial vehicles amounted to 940 in October, up by 11.11 percent year-on-year.

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