Azerbaijan, Baku, Oct. 18 / Trend, N. Umid, S. Isayev
Iran's customs administration has changed previously released figures of exported vehicles during the first six months of the current solar year (started on March 21), the website of the Islamic republic of Iran customs administrations (IRICA) reported.
The customs administration announced previously that Iran has exported some 2,991 motor cars to Germany during the first six months of the current solar year. It is while Germany was not among Iran's car export's targets.
According to the corrected report, Iran exported 2,218 sedans during the period which indicates a 92.43 percent less, compared to the same period of the last solar year.
The value of the exported cars was around $16 million which is 91.80 percent less than the same period last year.
The average price per car was $7,244, which indicates a 27.7 percent increase this year. Iran has exported 1313, 301 and 204 sedan cars to Iraq, Azerbaijan and Egypt respectively during the period.
Iran has imported 22,222 of sedan cars, worth $464 million during the six months period, which indicates an increase of 15.40 and 8.87 percent respectively in terms of volume and value compared to the first six months of the last solar year.
The average price of the imported cars was $20,879, which indicates a 5.66 percent decrease in price compared to last year.
Iran has imported 16,666, 3,202 and 924 cars from the UAE, China and South Korea respectively during the period. Iran produced 989,110 cars in 2012, which made the country Asia's eighth largest car manufacturer.