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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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Year 2017 ends with 11,9% car sales market increase

In 2017 new car and LCV sales increased by 11, 9%.

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Russian share in global sales by brands
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    In 2014, it was sold 87 million new passenger cars in the world, which is more by 3.4% than in 2013. Russia has 2.9% of the global car market and it is in 8th place in the world in sales of new cars.

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TOP-10 brands by revenue in the Russian market

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According to the analytic agency "AUTOSTAT", Toyota received the largest revenue from the sale of new cars in Russia in 2017. Its indicator was 217 billion rubles, which is less by 2.5% than a year before. Thus, the Japanese brand managed to keep the title of the leader by revenue in the Russian market.

The Korean KIA climbed to the second place of this ranking, which received from the sale of cars 202.5 billion rubles in the last year, improving the result of 2016 by 36%. The third position was taken by the domestic LADA, whose revenue grew by a quarter (up to 170 billion rubles). Just a little bit lost to it Korean Hyundai (169.5 billion rubles, + 21.5%). The top-five of leaders is closed by the German premium brand Mercedes-Benz (150 billion rubles, -2%).

In addition to the listed brands, it is worth mentioning also Volkswagen, Renault, BMW and Nissan - the revenue of each of them exceeded 100 billion rubles, and all of them were able to increase it. Lexus finishes the last one in the TOP-10 with a result of about 94 billion rubles (-1.5%). As previously reported "AUTOSTAT", in 2017, Russians spent almost 2 trillion rubles to buy new cars - more by 15% than a year ago.

12.02.18 AA "AUTOSTAT"
Source: www.autostat