Price war in the car market pushing prices down

Are you looking for a new car? Is your maximum budget of 100,000 dollars? And crave you not necessarily after a big behemoth of a vehicle? So, there is good n

Price war in the car market pushing prices down

Are you looking for a new car? Is your maximum budget of 100,000 dollars? And crave you not necessarily after a big behemoth of a vehicle?

So, there is good news. There is price war on the minibilmarkedet, and it's going the consumer to the good.

It writes the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, which in the article explains that the low pricing is despite the fact that last year there came new taxes that pushed up prices on mini cars.

the Article's message is, among other things, that one must turn to when the campaigns are running.

It is namely here, that is the most money to save.

for Example, a Citroën C1 with five doors, air conditioning and a big screen tv with Apple Carplay has been down and cost the tidy price of 79.900 euros.

It was, as the carmaker ran a campaign in the late summer. Now the price has risen to 87.900 crowns, writes Jyllands-Posten.

the thing is, the smaller cars are not only cheaper than the major, when they must be purchased.

They are often also cheaper to run and, therefore, there is still a fine sale of them at home.

According to Jan, who is an analyst at Bilbasen, it is precisely the reason why small cars are still relevant in the Danish market:

"Mikrobilerne have shown their mettle and, the brands that hold at the micro-models, will also be able to get a sale here, provided that the prices are reasonable," he says to Jyllands-Posten.

however, You should turn to now. The producers are to phase out several of the small models.

Updated Date: 01 December 2019, 23:00

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