Incentivi Statali 2011
September 5, 2011 by staff
Incentivi Statali 2011, Auto market: sales down nearly 20 percent after one year. We know the crisis is beating, without more government incentives, and does not spare the Florentine dealer that from June of last year, according to data compiled by ACI based on the first enrollment in the public register automobile, have accused the heavy fall in sales. On the other hand, the negative wave follows on the heels of the decline in registrations at the national level – 137,442 cars registered last month -
and it seems that to find traces of such a crisis should take a step back 28 years, back in 1983 to when the Italian car market, in June, reached its minimum with 127,193 cars sold. In the period 2007-2009, the automobile market in Florence gave faint signs of recovery and steady growth of 1% per year. The peak sales led by eco-incentives in the province of Florence had reached the 74,473 registrations. Amarcord.
“Things are black – Duccio confirms Agostini, owner of the dealership ‘Autobrand Saab-Kia’ – last year we had a drop of 20% of cross both brands.” But despite the market limps, there are those who see the signs of a slow and painful return to normality. “Even with the arrival of the renewal of the national contract next summer – Gerard says Annunziata, responsible for ‘Cars Bettini, Suzuki dealership, Opel, Jaguar and Land Rover – the market could restabilize and many stores that are in crisis can transform itself in the repair centers, facilitating recovery.
” Conversely a negative factor to consider, for the introduction of super-cars with more than 225 kW. “The tax on ‘super’ does not help – continues Annunziata – indeed helps to create a regime of psychological terror that is the only escape buyers able to make ends meet.”
The recovery does not seem to be a mirage. Data in hand, the first half (January to June) of 2011 showed a subtle increase of 2.75% of sales with 44,648 vehicles registered in the public register of 2010 compared to 43,450 during the same period. Crumbs? For someone is so but in moments like this one cannot ignore it.
“The situation should be viewed as a whole – confirming Masini Sauro, owner of the store-Peugeot-Citroen’Sicar stile’ there are several factors that complicate life. One is the element of this technology, ten years ago changed the machine customers on average every 4 years now, thanks to the development machine, and the change takes place after 6-7 years. ” Good news on the front more “homegrown” which is: Fiat and Lancia. “This first glimpse of the year is going better than the last – said Richard Pucci of the dealership Brandini – Of course the crisis is being felt: the net is used for such growth. I would say that relies heavily on the new model have a drag: for example, the new Ypsilon is having a positive effect. Fiat has no new models to present a more marked way. ” “The year had started well then there was a slowdown – says Massimo Romano Renault Retail Group – increasingly common in line with the national figure. As far as we are concerned, for example, Dacia is going very well: they are more spartan cars but with the guarantee of Renault components. Of course, price plays a role: Duster with virtually the price of a small car you can have an SUV and are not just those who allow themselves to be groped. Even Clio Renault and other small to medium hold well. With certain financial and banks that have closed the taps, without government incentives and families who sail in sight…” Mini-budget mid-year of positive to Francesco Falciani Autosas: “The market is down, but Ford is increasing the Florentine piazza. We say that is a brand that faces the crisis better than others. Especially Fiesta and Ka continue to enjoy. Mazda is in line with 2010. ”
You buy fewer cars and tend to maintain this active longer than we already have. Dunqe increase of the domestic transfer of ownership, increased 1% compared to 2010, while decreasing the radiation of passenger cars with a drop equal to -6.1%. The practices of destruction and sale of Florence in 2011 were 1963 compared to 2180 in June of 2010: a decline of almost 9%.
“If you add to this the shrinking market – continues Masini – on the super-luxury and the difficult situation in dealing with banks, which clearly deny the exposures you get an overview daunting. Unfortunately there are some dealers reduced to the extreme but not close just because indebted to banks. And, being open in andunnatural’ – concludes Masini – constitute a market disruption that hinders the work of the competitors to the surface. “
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