Khodrocar - Experts in the automotive industry believe that the devaluation of the national currency by annual inflation, which leads to an increase in the cost of all products, also affects car prices, and a large part of the current increase in car prices should be attributed to annual inflation.
Although there are differing opinions, and inflation alone is not the main reason for the rise in prices, a look at the prices of other commodities confirms this claim.
"Undoubtedly, one of the reasons for the increase in car prices is inflation and the devaluation of the national currency.” Ramezanali Sadegh Zadeh, professor of Khaje Nasir University told khodrocar reporter.
"At present, a significant part of the increase in car prices goes back to this issue, but in the meantime, the main problem is the difference in the cost of cars at least twice the factory and market, even taking into account the profits of car manufacturers.” He said.
"It is natural that imported parts will see an increase in the price of the currency at the same time, but such a difference in the price of the car in the factory and the market cannot be justified.” He told.
"Graphic pricing in the automotive industry can be beneficial in a situation where production and consumers are not monopolized. In this case, real prices will be set, but now, due to the monopoly on car imports and the closure of imported routes, it is necessary for regulatory bodies to be present in the car market as well as pricing it.” He continued.
"In all goods, including cars, as inflation increases, we see an increase in the cost price and finally the determination of new prices. It is the market that will be out of the question of inflation and maintaining the value of the national currency.” He said.