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  1. I didn't expect to read about "some customers" and "these people" when I click on the article. Sounds like there're more rich crooks in SG than I imagined. Dealers, who declined to be named because of the sensitivity of the matter, said some customers want to avoid the scrutiny that may come with such high-value purchases. One dealer said: “It doesn’t matter whether they are in so-called legitimate businesses or not. These people just want to play it safe and not get into any trouble.”
  2. sgCarMart Quotz is Singapore's most reliable online car auction platform. For car owners who want to sell their cars to dealers, we take away the pain of going to multiple shops to ask for quotations. Car owners are able to obtain the highest offers for their cars through the sgCarMart Quotz bidding system which reaches out to over 500 used car dealers. Car owners only have to make a single trip down to the sgCarMart Quotz office. Hand-over date of the vehicle is flexible and on top of that, we offer the highest price guarantee that our final quotation is the highest price in the market. sgCarMart Quotz has been proven to derive higher value for sellers with success rates of more than 80% and multiple testimonies on its facebook page. We are also utilised by government agency such as National Environment Agency (NEA) to conduct vehicle auctions Call 6744 7571 for enquiries or to book an appointment. More info at www.quotz.com.sg
  3. Virtual Capitalist recently published an article about the best-selling vehicles in the world by country. Well, almost every country. My shortlist Naturally, I wanted to find out what was the best-selling car in Singapore, and I had a couple of guesses. So, here's my list of 5 cars I thought would make it. 1. Honda Fit/Honda Jazz 2. Toyota Altis 3. Mazda 3 4. Honda Vezel 5. KIA Cerato I'm interested to know what your shortlist looks like.
  4. Car Sales By Make for Jan - May 2014 01. 1872 Toyota 02. 1870 Merc 03. 1408 BMW 04. 0932 VW 05. 0594 Nissan 06. 0581 Audi 07. 0409 Mazda 08. 0309 Hyundai 09. 0296 Volvo 10. 0228 Honda there was a 23% surge in May's sales (compared to Apr's) for Toyota that made it surpassed Merc by jz 2 units. it must be due to the new Altis n the lower COE.
  5. If you think that the global economy is on its way to recovery, think again. Cumulative car sales in the European Union (EU) from January to November 2012 have fallen to a 19-year low. It dropped 7.2 percent to 11.7 million units, the lowest figure since 1993. The decline was propelled by a 10 percent plunge in November. The European Automobile Manufacturers' Association expects a full-year market contraction to about 12 million cars, the fewest cars sold in Europe since 1995. Below are the November statistics of some of the affected car makers: Brand Renault: -27.4 percent PSA Peugeot Citroen: -16 percent GM (Opel, Vauxhall, Chevrolet): -13 percent Ford: -10.2 percent VW: -2.5 percent However, BMW and Mercedes managed to buck the market trend and recorded sales growth of 0.4 percent and 1.5 percent for November respectively. Perhaps, workers in Fiat and Peugeot should start looking for job opportunities with the two German car makers as their companies have announced plans to cut 1,500 jobs each.
  6. In Italy, bicycle sales have surpassed that of car sales. Last year, 1.75 million bicycles were sold in the country as compared to 1.748 million vehicles sold. This is the first occurrence since the Second World War. Several factors could have contributed to this phenomenon. Firstly, the European debt crisis that resulted in job losses could have made some Italians turn to lower cost of transportation. In addition, escalating fuel prices and high costs associated with maintaining a car could have affected car sales as well. Recently, petrol prices hit
  7. A study was recently done by J.D Power on the factors influencing car buying decision. The study was conducted from more than 24,000 US buyers of 2011 who made their purchase in 2011. Although the study was not done in Singapore, there are some interesting points that local consumer and distributors can take note. The study found that word-of-mouth is typically a critical factor in the choice a car buyer makes, yet conventional wisdom about which brands have the best quality may be sorely out of date. The study found that 40 percent of buyers said they steered clear of one brand or another because of what they had heard about quality, rather than actually checking for the latest data.
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