Turkey: LPG-powered fleet lead car registration in March
Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat) has recently released a report stating that, at the end of March, the share of Autogas powered cars in Turkey was 38.2% followed by diesel cars with 35.8% and gasoline cars with 25.7%, among 12,194,330 registered cars.
The number of motor vehicle registrations in the first quarter of 2018 reached 22,462,346 by the end of March, according to the TurkStat. A total of 274,784 road motor vehicle registrations were recorded between January and March period, says the report.
Turkey has the second largest Autogas market in the world after South Korea. Autogas consumption has more than doubled since 2010 in Turkey, reaching 3.14 million tonnes in 2016.
Autogas meets an estimated 14% of the country’s total demand for automotive fuels and accounts for three-quarters of Turkey’s total LPG consumption, 77% of which is met by imports.
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9 May 2018