Sales of vehicles in Delhi is showing signs of recovery
The outbreak of COVID-19 has no doubt affected the sales of the vehicles too in the car capital of India since last year. However, after a long dent in the months of April and May sales in this year, more vehicles were sold as compared to the vehicles sold in June 2020.
With the rise in the cases of coronavirus during the second wave, the month of April had witnessed the number of the registered personal vehicles from 47,266 to 22,186.
Also, during the lockdown from 19th April 2021, only 42 vehicles were registered which included 21 two-wheelers and 21 cars. However, when the lockdown was unlocked gradually from May 31, the profit of selling of the vehicles started to rise again and the number of vehicles registered in June was around 34,763 which included 12,712 cars and 22,069 two-wheelers.
The overall figures for the month of June changed as they increased by 6.6% from June 2020.
The capital also saw a major dip in the sales of vehicles from March 2020. The vehicles that were registered in January 2020 were 48,352 and those registered in February 2020 were 39,651, the number of the sales of vehicles further dipped to 31,311 in the month of March and was crashed to around 1,224 in the month of April, after the commencement of the lockdown.
The year 2021, has started with the promise and the sales of the vehicles also saw an increase in the month of March as 50% more than March 2020. Also, the first quarter of 2021 also saw an increase of around 11% in the registered numbers.