Second hand automobile ad platform arabam.com carried out a research in April based on parents, single women, single men and individuals over 50 years old. arabam.com compiled the results of the research conducted with the participation of 2548 people and shared the resulting statistics.
According to the study, the biggest reason why consumers do not own cars – not surprisingly – is a lack of budget at 57.8%. 64.4% of the consumers who own a car say they want to change their vehicle if they can. Most of those who want to change their vehicle want to change their vehicle because they want to use higher segment vehicles. The car of the dreams of consumers is Mercedes with a rate of 20.3%.
According to the results of the research conducted by arabam.com, the demographic information of the people participating in the survey is as follows:
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While 64.4% of the survey participants own a vehicle, 35.6% of them do not own a vehicle. When asked about the reasons for not owning a car, 57.8% of the people cited that their budget was not sufficient. 19.1% of the participants stated that they do not own a vehicle because they meet the needs of public transportation, 12.8% because they prefer to make different investments instead of buying a car, and 10.3% because they do not have a license. Especially single women, single men and married people who are not parents make up the largest group without intermediaries and cite the lack of budget as justification.
When we asked consumers who own vehicles which brand of vehicles they own, the most common answers were Renault, Fiat, Ford, and Hyundai. In addition, 64.4% of consumers want to change their vehicle if possible, while 35.6% of consumers are satisfied with their vehicle and do not want to change their vehicle.
When asked why consumers who want to change their vehicle, 24.1% say they want to drive a higher segment vehicle. 18.9% of consumers want a more reliable vehicle, 17.5% want to replace it with a higher model for investment, 14.9% because they want to replace it with a lower mileage vehicle, 14.8% ‘i want to change their vehicle because they are thinking of becoming a larger family in the future, and 9.8% want to change their vehicle with an affordable vehicle and spend the remaining cash on expenses.
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Married and married participants want to change their vehicle with a larger vehicle, as they are thinking of establishing a larger family. Single women and single men want a top model vehicle for investment purposes and say that they will want to change their vehicle because they prefer to ride on higher model vehicles.
When asked about the vehicle in the dreams of consumers, the answers given in order are as follows: Mercedes, Volkswagen, BMW, Volvo, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Tesla, Toyota, Ford, Fiat, Audi, Honda and Hyundai.