The auto market opened in Rami is a bit Before Until recently, it was one of the busiest spots in buying and selling vehicles. Recently, there has been a recession in Rami’s open auto market. While those who come to buy a vehicle have a hard time finding a car that fits their budget, those who come to sell their vehicles can’t find a buyer. The auto market, which is full on weekends, was empty this weekend.
“NO MOVEMENT FOR 15 DAYS”
Hakan Çukurova, came to sell his car “The Rami Auto market is very stagnant right now, the market is very stagnant, we cannot sell vehicles. Most of the seats here have already been bought by the dealers. I came at 06:30, I came with my vehicle. personal. I put it on the Internet and couldn’t sell it from there. “ He said. Altuğ Pakman, a car dealer at Rami’s open auto market “There has been no movement for 15 days. This is also due to the season, but obviously also to the economy. There has been no demand in the last week. There is no movement compared to the past. Normally, this road would be full on Sunday. People were bubbling here. There are no people at the moment. Syrians are a city too. “People are waiting for the decline, there will be a recession. Most retailers give up their profits and sell at the price they buy, but we don’t expect prices to drop. “ She said.
“IF I HAVE A CREDIT, I WILL BUY A CAR”
Engin Ulukaya, who came to buy a car, said: “I also came last week, I could not find a vehicle in the condition I was looking for. 350-400 thousand lire vehicles are 500-550 thousand lire. On TV and social media it is said that prices are falling, but at the moment there is no decline in the market. I’m looking for a vehicle in the 300-350 thousand lire range, they want 85 thousand lire for a 93-95 model. “I don’t know how to buy a car in these conditions.” He said.
Hasan Topçu, who came to buy a car, “I’m looking for a car. He said.
“OUR BUSINESS HAS VERY FALLEN”
If the seller is Erdal Avşar “We are trying to negotiate with the buyer, but the credit rates are high. This is hindering our sales. The speeches are blocking or accelerating our sales. There is a pause at the moment. This pause is due to the speeches. The rates. exchange rates are increasing now, this increase will also be reflected in the vehicles, so the prices will increase. “I don’t think it will decrease in the next few days. For example, we would not sell a car that we bought for 350,000 to 300,000 lire. In the past he was very active. I used to sell 30-35 vehicles a month, now I can’t sell half of them. I made a sale last week. Our business has fallen a lot. “ She said.
“AFTER SEPTEMBER 15 WE HAVE TO SELL THESE VEHICLES”
In the meantime, from 15 September, 6 months and 6 thousand kilometers will be mandatory for those who trade vehicles. Therefore, car dealers with brand new cars have stepped in and are trying to dispose of their vehicles until September 15. Esat Aydın, owner of the car gallery “We currently have 2 brand new vehicles. We are trying to sell the vehicles at the moment. The market is stagnant, there is a general recession. After September 15th we don’t have the luxury of not selling these vehicles, we have to sell them, we are By going through the vehicle for 6 thousand kilometers, we intend to comply with the law and sell that vehicle. We have reduced the prices by 100 thousand lire, but there is no demand.k “he said.
“0 VEHICLES COULD COME TO ME BUT I HAVE CANCELED IT BY LAW”
Car gallery owner Yusuf Efe said:I don’t have a new vehicle at the moment. I was about to get a new vehicle, but I canceled it due to this law. There is a general recession in the market and there has been a decrease of about 6-8 percent in the price. We think the market will reopen in 15-20 days. As a dealer, I am against buying new cars from the dealer.‘He said.
Car dealership İrfan Çeçen “Obviously, the enactment of this law has been good for the dealerships. I think there will be second-hand mobility because of the law. The dealers were not giving new vehicles to the dealerships anyway.” She said.