Vehicle registrations in April, while Cyprus was in quarantine, dropped 81.3 per cent year-on-year, to 827, the statistical service said Friday.
Passenger cars recorded an 83.3 per cent drop to 615.
In the first quarter of the year, total vehicle registrations fell by 29.1 per cent, to 10,873, against the same quarter last year.
Saloon car registrations fell 31 per cent, to 8,719, the statistical service said. Just over 37 per cent of those were new.
Commercial vehicles fell by 20.5 per cent to 1,388 while mopeds saw a 69.7 per cent drop to 30.
Motorcycles fell by 6.8 per cent to 620.