Some 110,700 newly-imported used cars were registered in Lithuania January-July, up 4 percent from 106,300 from a year ago.
Automobilių turgus (asociatyvi nuotr.)
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The average age of such cars was 11.2 years, AutoTyrimai company said, citing data from the state car registration company Regitra.

The share of diesel-fueled cars was 70.9 percent, down from 74.5 percent year-on-year.

In July alone, 18,000 used cars were registered in Lithuania, up 8.7 percent year-on-year, with an average age of 10.9 years.

They included 2,800 Volkswagens, 1,800 BMW and 1,600 Audis.

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