No, the registrations costs are not included in the purchasing price. When buying a used car, the title ownership transfer should be paid by the purchaser, anyway. No idea about the amount of title transfer vs. new registration.
It is kind of hard to find almost-new used cars since the local market it is what it is... high demand, low supply, and in general a slower economy. People don't buy cars on the spurs of the moment since ordering, paperwork and sorting the payment is not very swiftly.
A friend bought a new WV car by bank transfer. He did the transfer to the dealership, and the bank blocked it until he could prove the source of the funds. They asked him THREE YEARS of pay slips. he had no issue in providing those, since he is a public servant. But this just proves how it is damn hard to spend money in an economy that claims to be starving for fresh cash.
Madness, I am freelance and while I can provide three years of income proof, they are hardly payslips. My bank declines my debit card every time I want to make a purchase of around 50,000 or more, which is about 210 dollars so hardly a massive amount. I end up having to call them. Jokers.