With tax incentives luring Chinese buyers back into showrooms, China’s car sales for February have increased 24.2 per cent as compared to the same time last year.
Passenger car sales came to 607,300 last month, with total vehicle sales (including cars, buses and trucks) seeing the total figure rise to 827,600 units – a 24.72 per cent year-on-year increase.
Though the news may not mean much to us in Australia, it does start the ball rolling in terms of incentive ideas for buying a new car.
Scrappage schemes, tax incentives, fleet and business discounts all show that different countries are tackling the issue of slowing new car sales in different ways – which leads us to wonder:
What would get you in to a new car this year?