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Automotive market in Russia

Automotive market in Russia

Exit date 23.05.2019

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This is the seventeenth edition of our annual reference book «Automotive market in Russia», covering results of 2018. It contains statistics and analytics on production, sales and vehicle parc in our country.

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Russian dealers of Ford began sales of updated Mondeo

Ford Mondeo sedan has received a technological upgrade aimed at the safety improving of the car and improving of the intelligent driver assistance systems. People can order updated Ford Mondeo at all official Ford dealers in Russia.

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Russian share in global sales by brands
  • 31.03.15 Russian share in global sales by brands

    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.



The Moscow car market has decreased by 8.3% since the beginning of the year

287,800 new passenger cars and LCV were sold in Moscow from January till May – that is 8.3% less than for the same period of 2012. 

According to AutoBusinessReview magazine, Kia became the absolute leader in the capital during five months – its sales came up to 22,653 cars, which is 14.2% less than a year ago, though. The Korean brand has 7.87% share in the Moscow market. Then come Hyundai (21,400 cars) and Renault (20,400 cars), whose sales increased by 2.5% and 6.9% respectively. We should also mention that Volkswagen sales (-14.3%) exceeded 20,000 cars as well. The fifth place was taken by Nissan (-18.6%). 

Domestic Lada is on the sixth place with 16,955 cars; its sales grew by 6.9%. AVTOVAZ cars have 5.9% market share in the capital. The highest dynamics of all passenger brands is registered by Geely (+106.1%) and the worst result belongs to Chrysler (-44.4%). 

The German premium three is in stable demand in Moscow. Mercedes-Benz remains the leader in this segment with 9,086 cars (+21%). BMW and Audi sold 8,800 and 8,100 cars respectively, but the Bavarian brand had more considerable growth – 13.3% vs. 3.7%. 

27.06.13 AA "AUTOSTAT"