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Surprise, surprise: the auto market in 2015

The – so far – eventful, even turbulent year 2015 debuts with some interesting facts and figures. Surprise, surprise: the auto market in 2015 can now be assessed. Let’s take a look!

After the oil situation last year, gas prices have decreased around the world, which just might have some surprising consequences. In the United States of America, at least, things are looking quite interesting. 2014 marked a record in car sales: best in eight years! And as we mentioned, with gasoline only costing somewhere between 2 and 3 dollars per gallon, car manufacturers have reasons to look forward to a bright tomorrow.

With car sales going up, up, up, do you know who else is happy? Well, banks, of course! More and more people come knocking on the bankers’ door to get a profitable loan to buy a car.

For car enthusiasts, 2015 is a year that seems to have a lot of potential. Firstly, those who like to travel to auto shows have a lot to look forward to, since the auto calendar is pretty busy. Thus, this February finds us at the Chicago Auto Show or in Toronto, at the Canadian International Auto Show. In March, we have rendez-vous in Geneva with the opening of the International Geneva Motor Show. In April, we travel from New York to Beijing to attend both shows and, after the summer holiday, September finds us in stylish Frankfurt, at the International Motor Show Germany. To round it all up, the last main stop is in the Japanese capital: the Tokyo Motor Show.

As for the most awaited four-wheels revelations of the new year, you should really check out the new Maruti Suzuki SX4 S-Cross and Maruti Suzuki Celerio Diesel, as well as Ford’s new practical and premium Ford Figo Sedan. Honda Jazz is another eye-catching model.

As for international car hire prices, these are as attractive as ever.

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