Importing cars into the country is still banned, and zero-kilometer imported cars are becoming less and less scarce in the market. Although many hopes were raised last year for the liberalization of car imports by 1400, in practice we see that nothing positive has happened yet, and we practically should not wait for new imports to hit the streets by the end of the year. However, the price of imported cars has a direct impact on the dollar exchange rate, and the price of cars last week was listed in the table below.
Currently, most of the zero-kilometer models on the market are made in 2016, 2017 and 2018. In the meantime, many dealers have taken advantage of the import ban and the shortage of new cars to raise the prices of some products on the market to a very irrational level. They believe that these expensive prices are due to the limited number of such cars.
Although in the second half of 1999, the fall in the value of the dollar and the outcome of the US presidential election gave a positive shock to the imported car market and broke many space prices, the zero-kilometer models of some luxury cars are still very expensive. They are priced at the capital’s fairs. According to the Young Reporters Club, we have taken a look at the daily prices of a small number of imported cars that can still be found in the dry zero versions on the market.
|Car model||Price (USD)|
|Renault Koleos 2018||2,080,000,000|
|Renault Talisman 2018||1,680,000,000|
|Mitsubishi ASX Full 2018||1,550,000,000|
|Toyota CH-R all-wheel drive launch 2018||1,890,000,000|
|Toyota RAV 4 model 2018 (Al-Fatim)||2,330,000,000|
|Kia Optima 2017||1,730,000,000|
|Kia Sorento 2018||3,300,000,000|
|Kia Sportage 2018||2,000,000,000|
|Hyundai Sonata 2018 Hybrid + GLS||1,730,000,000|
|Hyundai Elantra 2018||1,140,000,000|
|Hyundai Santa Fe. Full. 6 Radar||2,350,000,000|
|Lexus NX300 H seven keys 2017||3,080,000,000|
|Nissan Joke (Sport)||1,300,000,000|