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12,667 was the total number of used passenger vehicles imported into New Zealand in the month of June, a 12.5% drop compared to the previous month.
Thanks to positive buying conditions in Japan for New Zealand used car importers and strong consumer demand, huge numbers of used cars have entered the country. The year to date total for 2015 is now at 63,242.
Thanks to positive buying conditions in Japan for New Zealand used car importers and strong consumer demand, huge numbers of used cars have entered the country. The year to date total for 2015 is now at 48,809, up 15.5% from the 2014 equivalent of 42,274.
Used car imports reach a nine month high with a total of 14,797 units imported into New Zealand in March. This is an increase of 31% compared to used car imports in March 2014 (11,254 units) and is also the highest since May 2014, where the total reached 16,450.
The total number of used car imports into New Zealand for February reached 9995, down by 160 from the previous month.
2015 is predicted to follow the same positive demand for used cars imported into New Zealand. This year began strongly, with a total of 10,155 used cars imported in January. This is a 15.2% increase over last years January statitics, which totaled 8813 used car imports into New Zealand.
As predicted in last months instalment, used passenger vehicle imports surpassed the 130,00-unit mark. In total 137601 vechicles crossed the border into New Zealand, a 28% increase on 2013's total of 107,284 units.
The number of used car imports into New Zealand is predicted to exceed the 130,00-unit mark for the 2014 total. Fears of a slow down due to a rise in new car sales have not impacted the good year the used import market has so far achieved.
This months totals have passed Septembers, increasing by 1,725 units in total, making it the third highest month of the year.
Septembers figures show an increase over the previous two months, coming in at 11,203 units crossing the New Zealand border.