Vehicle sales in Brazil increased 25.09% in May

Among the reasons that explain the higher volume of licensed units, Fenabrave points out that May had three more working days than the previous month and the improvement in the delivery of vehicles by manufacturers, given the lack of some parts.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The number of cars registered in Brazil increased by 25.09% in May, compared to April, according to a survey conducted by the National Federation of Automotive Vehicles Distribution (Fenabrave). There was also an increase of 6.03% compared to May 2021.

The accumulated retraction from January to May drops to 4.16%, comparing the first five months of 2022 with last year. From January to April, a drop of 7.18% had . . .

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