The COVID-19 pandemic has forced around 80 per cent of potential customers to defer the decision to buy a car or four-wheeler, while in the case of two-wheelers (bikes, scooties, etc.), the number has been 82 per cent.
This has been claimed in a survey report released by Mobility Outlook regarding the transport scenario. According to this, due to the increasing trend towards electric vehicles, about 40 percent people intend to buy two-wheeler electric vehicles this year, but in the case of four-wheeler electric vehicles, this share is only 33 percent as last year. According to a survey conducted among 2.56 lakh potential customers, nearly 80 per cent of the participants postponed their car buying plans due to the impact of the pandemic. The number of people who put off the purchase of a car has been 82 percent.
Banwari Lal Sharma, Chief Executive Officer (Consumer Business), Cartrade Tech, which produced this report, said, “This survey points to a positive sentiment on new vehicle purchase intent but several factors influence their decision. . The survey also shows that 20 percent of people are thinking of buying used vehicles this year as against 14 percent last year.
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