VN automobile market recovers well
Revenue in the domestic car industry has been on the rise in recent months, indicating a remarkable turnaround.
2.0i-S EyeSight has had a price drop of VND200,000,000 ($9.8K).
No more Volkswagen Passats will be sold in the nation. Salespeople have lowered prices in order to move excess goods.
The stability of the supply of auto components for assembly and production is forecasted to occur only the following year, according to analysts.
Thaco has also increased the pricing of the vehicles it distributes in Vietnam, including the Kia, Mazda, and Peugeot lines.
The Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA) reports that August sales totaled 30,846 vehicles.
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