Cut price deals, in some cases reductions of tens of millions of đồng during recent holidays, failed to attract the expected amount of buyers. Nissen Vietnam slashed prices by up to VNĐ70 million for buyers of Sunny, Navara, X-Trail and SUV Terra vehicles. They also offered deals for registration fees and offered free gifts with certain cars. Isuzu also offered similar sale prices along with Toyota Motor Vietnam (TMV) and BMW, but again, sales slowed. According to the latest report from the Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (VAMA), the total sales in April were 21,021, down 35 per year compared with the previous month.
Source: Viet Nam News May 21, 2019 05:26 UTC