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Structure and forecast of commercial vehicle parc in Russia

Structure and forecast of commercial vehicle parc in Russia

Exit date 16.05.2018

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The most popular car in the North Caucasus is LADA Vesta

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According to the analytic agency "AUTOSTAT", for the first 10 months of 2017 in the republic of the North Caucasus 39.6 thousand new cars were sold. This is more by 3% than for the same period of the last year (38.2 thousand units).

Analysts noted that the market leader by new cars in the NCFD was VAZ model LADA Vesta. In January - October this year in the North Caucasus, 6027 Vesta cars were sold. The second and third places are also occupied by AVTOVAZ products - LADA Granta (4749 units) and LADA Priora (3970 units).

In addition to these three leading models, TOP-10 in the North Caucasus includes: Hyundai Solaris (3139 units), Toyota Camry (2998 units), KIA Rio (2373 units), LADA 4x4 (1279 units), Volkswagen Polo (1203 units), Hyundai Creta (856 units) and LADA Largus (837 units).

Analysts also noted that, in general, AVTOVAZ's products in the North Caucasus have 45% of the market. The most popular type of body is a sedan - 65% of all new cars. And the most popular colors are white (25%) and black (20%).

06.12.17 AA "AUTOSTAT"
Source: www.autostat