kscarbel2 Posted June 8, 2016 Share Posted June 8, 2016 Dagens Industri / June 7, 2016 Market registrations of heavy trucks (both imported and locally produced) in Brazil fell 26.0 percent to 1,228 vehicles (from 1,660 units) in May, compared to the same period last year. Compared with April 2016 (1,297 units), heavy truck sales declined 5.3 percent. In the semi-heavy truck segment, truck registrations fell 41 percent to 1,114 trucks (from 1,902 units in May 2015). Compared to April 2016, semi-heavy truck sales fell 3.2 percent. A total of 423 Volvo trucks were registered in May, down 48.5 percent from the same period last year (821 units). Compared with April 2016 (466 units), Volvo sales declind 9.2 percent. Of the 466 Volvo trucks sold in May, 315 were in the heavy segment (versus 607 in May 2015), while 108 trucks were in the semi-heavy (versus 214 in May 2015). Rival truckmaker Scania saw its sales increase with 319 new truck registrations in May, representing a rise of 3.2 percent from the same period last year. Mercedes Benz heavy truck registrations fell 27.6 percent year on year in April. MAN's heavy truck registrations declined 8.3 percent. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
Join the conversation
You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.