According to scrapcarcomparison’s research, criteria include the average price of an umbrella, including insurance, repair and fuel costs. They then compared this cost with the average annual salary for each country to see how much it would cost the average individual to buy a car. Finally, the results: The cheapest countries to own a car are Australia, the US and Denmark ranked 2nd and 3rd.
This survey shows that Australia is a pretty perfect place for car enthusiasts, with the cost accounting for 49.48% of the average annual salary to own and run a car. In the United States, people spend 54.87% of their annual income needed on a car, while in Denmark it is 60.34%. Some other notable names on the list include Canada (64.40%) and Sweden (75.84%) or Germany (78.44%), the Netherlands (84.65%), France (87, 00%), Great Britain (89.36%), and Finland (91.58%).
As can be seen, the difference between the first country, Australia, and the last country on the TOP 10 list, Finland, is quite large, showing how lucky Australians and Americans are compared to the rest of the world. about car ownership.
As for the opposite, which country will be the most expensive to own and “raise” a car? The worst results come from Turkey, where you need to spend up to 652.29% of your annual income to own and use a car. This makes car prices in this Eurasian “hybrid” country 13 times more expensive than in Australia. Even so, Turkey still has 21 million vehicles in operation / a population of 82 million people. That is, every 4 Turkish people own a car.
The second most expensive country to own a car is Argentina when people here have to spend up to 515.77% of average income if they want to have a car, followed by Columbia (508.93%), Uruguay (443) 0.68%) and Brazil (441.89%). So 4 of the 5 worst countries to own a car are located in South America. From sixth to tenth are the names Ukraine (413.78%), Guatemala (355.94%), Russia (290.04%), Mexico (285.20%) and Costa Rica (269.83). %).
The above survey has attracted a lot of attention, but it was also rated as incomplete because the survey unit only looked at data from 40 countries, not to mention two car models used. For the survey because it is considered to be popular, including Volkswagen Golf and Toyota Corolla, these are not the most popular models in many different car markets around the world that have not yet appeared in this ranking.
Therefore, in fact, these are just reference results to see how much users in the world are spending % of their average annual salary to own a car. Vietnam is not named among the surveyed countries, hopefully next time there will be a more complete and extensive assessment to know where the Vietnamese people stand in terms of spending on pleasure. own a car.
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