By Stelios Orphanides
The number of saloon registrations rose in April 18 per cent compared to the respective month of 2017 on an increase in the number of second-hand vehicles, the statistical service said.
Total brand-new saloon registrations fell 1.4 per to 1,072 last month compared to a month before, Cystat said in a statement on its website. The number of second-hand saloon registrations rose 31 per cent to 2,160.
In the first four months of the year, the overall number of saloon registrations rose an annual 25 per cent to 14,256, Cystat said. The number of new personal car registrations rose 12 per cent to 5,322 while that of used cars rose 34 per cent to 8,934.