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COVID-19 clouds sales of reconditioned vehicles

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The effect of COVID-19 is being felt in the pre-owned/reconditioned vehicle industry since last year.

However, despite the lockdown, 8,328 vehicles were sold in 2020, Le Mauricien newspaper reported.

But the second lockdown seems to have clouded sales forecasts for reconditioned vehicles.

The Dealers in Imported Vehicles Association (DIVA) is aiming to sell at least 7,000 vehicles this year.

But depends on the evolution of the exchange rate, the COVID-19 situation around the world or the Rebate Scheme promoted by the Government.

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