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Passenger car market in Russia. Results of 2021, trends and prospects

Passenger car market in Russia. Results of 2021, trends and prospects

Exit date 29.03.2022

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The report contains detailed information on the last year’s passenger car sales, their dynamics and structure, market capacity, its price parameters, segmentation, etc.

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In Russia - 290 passenger cars per 1000 inhabitants


According to the results of the research carried out by the analytic agency "AUTOSTAT", as of July 1st, 2017, the provision with passenger cars was 290 units per 1000 inhabitants in average in Russia.

If we consider the largest regional parcs in the country, then among them the most affluent subject of the Russian Federation is the Moscow region, in which there are 348 cars for 1000 people. In second place there is St. Petersburg, which has 319 units. There are slightly inferior to the Northern capital the Krasnodar Territory and the Samara Region (313 units), the result of Tatarstan (311 units) is even lower. And then Moscow follows, whose provision reaches 311 cars per 1000 inhabitants.

In the rest Russian regions, which are included in the TOP-10 by the volume of the parc of cars, the provision is below 300 units per 1000 inhabitants. So, in the Rostov and Chelyabinsk regions it is equal to 299 units, in the Sverdlovsk region - 289 units, and in Bashkortostan - 287 units. As you can see in the last two regions of the Russian Federation, the provision with cars is less than the national average. According to the analytic agency "AUTOSTAT", this situation is typical for 46 regions.

07.09.17 AA "AUTOSTAT"
Source: www.autostat.ru