aA
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.)
Automobilių turgus (asociatyvi nuotr.)
© DELFI

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.

BNS
It is prohibited to copy and republish the text of this publication without a written permission from UAB „BNS“.

Official: ban on Ukrainian poultry imports won't affect our market

The European Commission's ban on imports of Ukrainian poultry meat and poultry products will have...

Some 200 new points of sale of illegal tobacco emerged

204 new points of sale of illegal tobacco emerged in Lithuania, with their number going up by a...

Tourism: Lithuania had biggest growth of nights spent in EU

In 2019, the number of nights spent in tourist accommodation in the European Union (EU) is expected...

No contamination found in Curonian Lagoon fish

Tests have found no contamination in fish from the Curonian Lagoon despite the release of untreated...

Debates started to get a grip on environmental polluters

The of Lithuanian Seimas during its extraordinary session on Thursday started deliberating a package...

Top news

Crazy about coffee: Ukrainian is looking for best cafe in Vilnius (4)

Some people have a passion. For Ukrainian student Oleksandra Kyryliuk coffee is her number one...

Plans to commemorate Baltic Way by naming roads

Lithuania plans to commemorate the Baltic Way , which took place more than 30 years ago, by naming...

Official: ban on Ukrainian poultry imports won't affect our market

The European Commission's ban on imports of Ukrainian poultry meat and poultry products will have...

Foreign ministry advised against travel to central China due to coronavirus

The Lithuanian Foreign Ministry has advised Lithuanian citizens against traveling to China 's central...

Number of barred people up as immigration grows

The number of people barred to enter Lithuania rose last year, and the country's State Border Guard...