Interest in used cars returns - for now
Buyers flock to dealerships after MAS suspends loan curbs for 60 days
Sales are picking up for used-car dealers, a day after the Government temporarily suspended its loan restrictions on some second-hand vehicles.
More people turned up at used-car centres across the island, hoping for a good deal.
Used-car dealerships in Turf City, Commonwealth and Ubi told The Sunday Times that the number of shoppers rose by at least 50 per cent. And they were not just browsing.
A check with 10 dealers found that they sold between one and three cars yesterday, a far cry from a month ago when sales all but dried up despite some sellers slashing prices by a third.