Strong economy supports Polish car sales growth

July 22, 2016

The car market in Poland is feeling the benefits of increasing external investment including on-going funding of major infrastructure projects by the EU that will continue into 2017.

Last month, car sales in Poland were up 27% on the same period last year, at 38,555 units, while H1 2016 sales are up 18.5% to 210,728 units.

According to the OECD, GDP growth in Poland is expected to rise from 3% in 2016 to 3.5% next year as unemployment falls and companies increase headcount.

In addition to rising incomes, consumer credit has also become easier to obtain, leading to growing interest in funding offers such as leasing that is leading to a shift in purchasing from used to new cars.

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