Danish car sales are heading towards record-breaking year. Occupational leasing of new cars, especially with to drive sales.
The Danish car sales seems to be heading for a record year.
Such is the assessment of the Danish business, according to figures from Statistics Denmark have shown, that in the year's first 11 months have been sold 210.167 new cars in the Danish car dealers.
It is more than ever in the past.
- thus, We have the prospect of car sales in years, beats the previous records, says economist Kristian Writes from the Danish Occupation.
He notes that it is the occupational leases of new passenger cars, which have helped to drag growth in car sales in the year.
To the contrast, a private held a bit again to buy new cars, after last year was a rekordgodt year for the car dealers who sold cars to the Danish households.
According to Kristian Writes, there are several reasons that car sales have remained at a high level in recent years.
- in Addition, there have been a number of depressions of the registration fee, which has made the new cars are noticeably cheaper and have had a positive effect on car sales in denmark, says Danish Business economist.
In Arbejdernes Landsbank notes economist Anders Christian Overvad, that the larger cars can also hang together with the many conversions, as homeowners have made use of in relation to their loans.
Homeowners have been able to realise a portion of their home equity, and it has given them more money in the hands to be able to buy a new car.
we Look forward, we expect that part of this realization among other things, will be spent on new cars, which is why we expect that vehicle sales will increase over the coming months, says Anders Christian Overvad.
He expects, however, that the danes are on the way to a decidedly consumption celebration, so it is up to the financial crisis for a little over ten years ago.
- Caution will still be weighted highly in the Danish households, but there is room to increase consumption and at the same time save up.
consumer spending will, therefore, be the essential motor of growth in the coming time, says Anders Christian Overvad.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 10 December 2019, 13:00