Viet Nam international motorshow set to return
(Sep 20, 2016)
Eighteen leading automobile brands will take part in the biggest
ever motor show in Viet Nam – the 2016 Viet Nam International Motorshow –
to be held in HCM City next month.
Ford Viet Nam has launched the black version of its city SUV Ecosport Titanium at a price of VNĐ664 million.
Mitsubishi Vietnam has announced a recall for the Triton pick-up truck manufactured from 2009 to 2015.
Small sedan Kia Morning, a model of local carmaker Truong Hai Automobile JSC (Thaco), was the highest selling vehicle in August.
Tata Motors, in coordination with Vietnamese domestic partner TMT
Motors, launched the Tata SuperAce, its first product in Viet Nam, late
Ford remains one of the country's fastest growing auto brands with 2016
sales increasing year-on-year by 57 per cent to 18,443 units.
The Ministry of Transport (MoT) has distributed a draft circular on
examining technology, safety, quality, and environmental protection of
import road vehicles to get suggestions from relevant ministries and
The price of used cars imported from foreign countries will possibly be
higher than the price of new vehicles following the Government's new
calculation of import tax from September 1.
Thirteen car manufacturers with the latest models and technologies
of various categories, from private cars to commercial vehicles, will
be showcased at the Vietnam Motor Show (VMS) 2016.
The official authorised importer of BMW in Việt Nam, Euro Auto,
has supplied 20 BMW series 7s and 5s to Five Stars Limousine SG company,
a luxury car rental services provider.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) said it would abrogate its
circular on procedures for importers of passenger cars with nine seats
or less, as soon as the Ministry of Transport issues regulations with
similar effect for road vehicles.