Toyota launches new Innova 2016
(Jul 18, 2016)
Toyota Motor Viet Nam (TMV) officially launched its most luxurious and rigidity new generation Innova 2016, in Ha Noi yesterday.
The Vietnam International Motor Show (VIMS 2016), the largest show of
car importers, will take place in HCM City from October 26 to 30.
Kia has become the second best-selling brand in the Vietnamese market,
after selling 14,000 cars in the first half of 2016, a 56 per cent
growth over last year.
Five major motorbike manufacturers sold more than 1.44 million
motorbikes for the first six months of the year, an increase of eight
per cent compared to the same period last year, according to the Việt
Nam Association of Motorcycle Manufacturers (VAMM).
Vietnamese people bought more than 24,400 cars in June, an increase of
31 per cent compared with the same period last year, the Vietnam
Automobile Manufacturers' Association said.
The price of Ford's Everest Titanium Plus has risen by VND307 million
(US$14,000) with effect from this month following a steep rise in
special consumption tax.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade is planning to continue its regulation on auto imports.
Marquardt Group of Germany expects to invest US$35-50 million to build
an auto parts manufacturing factory in central Da Nang City.
A representative from the Vietnamese tax watchdog said it was important
to clarify the legal basis for taxing Uber and Uber taxi drivers in
order to prevent tax avoidance
The import of completely built-up (CBU) autos from India in May jumped
more than 20 times from February to over 3,500 units with an average
price of only VND112 million (US$5,038).
Vina Star Motors, the exclusive distributor of Japan's Mitsubishi Motors
Corporation in Viet Nam, was officially renamed Mitsubishi Motors
Vietnam (MMV) this month.