Show organiser Pattanadesh Assappakij, said 3,335 orders were placed for new and used vehicles (11.2 per cent higher than the 3,000-unit target).
“A total of 2,121 orders were placed for new vehicles, which is 6 per cent higher than our 2,000-unit projection, while 1,214 used cars were sold, 21.2 per cent higher than the 1,000 cars we predicted,” he said, adding that as much as Bt2.855 billion was generated during the five-day event.
“It seems that the Thai economy is improving and consumers still have the purchasing power – they are just waiting for the right sales promotions and campaigns,” he said. “As for used cars, customers want to he sure about the quality of the vehicle and the integrity of the dealership.”
Among the top highlights at the show were EVs (electric vehicles) such as the MG ZS, Nissan Leaf, Hyundai Ionic and Hyundai Kona. Meanwhile, the new Honda BR-V and Suzuki Ertiga MPV also enjoyed high popularity at the show, Pattanadesh said.
Published : July 08, 2019
By : Kingsley Wijayasinha