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AUTOSTAT OMNIBUS-2019. Winter Car Tires: Car Owner Preferences (Third Wave)

AUTOSTAT OMNIBUS-2019. Winter Car Tires: Car Owner Preferences (Third Wave)

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TOP-25 of regions by sales of new foreign cars in May of 2011

There were sold more than 696 thousand vehicles of foreign production in our country from January till May of 2011. So, sales of foreign vehicles increased by 70,3% in Russia in compare with the analogical period of the previous year. Therewith, it was sold almost 171 thousand vehicles of foreign brands in May of 2011 that was more almost by two third (+66,4%) than the indicator of May of 2010, when it was sold 102,7 thousand units.

The majority of sales of foreign cars was registered in Central federal district (311,4 thousand units), the share of which was about 45% of all regional structure. Though, the sales of foreign cars in district increased by 55,5% during the year, its share decreased by 4,27%.
The region-leader by sales not only among subjects of Central federal district but also in all Russia is still Moscow, where it was sold 248,3 thousand cars for five months and it was 1,5 times more than in the previous year (165,1 thousand units).

The share of North-West federal district is also decreased by 0,64% to 12,23% for a year. Nevertheless, the sales growth of foreign cars in subjects of North-West district was 61,9% in January-May and the total sales exceeded the mark of 85 thousand units.

Approximately three-quarter of this amount (63,7 thousand units) belong to St. Petersburg, sales of foreign cars in which increased by 60,1% for a year.

Shares of other federal districts increased for a year. Therewith, the highest increasing was fixed in Volga federal district (+1,55%), which has more than 17% of regional structure of foreign vehicles sales by the results of January-May of 2011. It corresponds to 119,5 thousand units in the quantitative terms that exceeded by 87,2% the analogical indicator of 2010. The majority of vehicles in Volga federal district is sold by tradition in Tatarstan – 20,5 thousand units (+78,6%).

There were sold 71,2 thousand foreign cars in Ural federal district from January till May of this year that exceeded almost twice the analogical indicator of 2010. Thereby, about 40% of this amount were sold in Sverdlovsk region (27,7 thousand units; +89,4%).

The high sales growth promoted also the share of district increasing in the regional structure from 8,91% to 10,23%.

The market growth of foreign cars is observed in South federal district (+84,7% to 54,4 thousand units) and Siberian federal district (+110,5% to 43,2 thousand units). Besides, shares of both districts increased by 0,61% (to 7,81%) and by 1,18% (to 6,21%), respectively, and leaders of sales were Krasnodar territory (22,3 thousand units; +89,1%) and Kemerovo region (9,8 thousand units; +119,6%), respectively.

Analogical situation was in North Caucasus and Far East, where it was sold 7,8 thousand foreign vehicles (+93,8%) and 3,5 thousand foreign vehicles (+123,7%), respectively. As a consequence, shares of these districts increased more than by 0,1%.

There was a sales growth of foreign vehicles in all Russian regions during the last 5 months. But the highest indicator of growth in TOP-25 (by sales volumes) was fixed in Kemerovo region (+119,6%).
Analysts of AUTOSTAT agency remarked also Vologda region (+114,2%) and Novosibirsk region (+114,1%) and also Perm territory (+113,8%). Besides them, the 100% mark was overcome by Krasnoyarsk region (+108,3%), Udmurtia (+105,5%), Chelyabinsk region (+106,4%) and Volgograd (+102,4%) region.


Regional structure (in January-May of 2011)*

Region  Jan.-May 11  Share,%  Changes, % 
1 Moscow 248300 35,7 50,4
2 St. Petersburg 63710 9,2 60,1
3 Sverdlovsk region 27650 4,0 89,4
4 Tyumen region 23270 3,3 92,0
5 Krasnodar territory 22310 3,2 89,1
6 Tatarstan Republic 20470 2,9 78,6
7 Nizhny Novgorod region 18720 2,7 72,7
8 Chelyabinsk region 18270 2,6 106,4
9 Samara region 18110 2,6 86,7
10 Rostov region 17930 2,6 59,0
11 Bashkortostan Republic 17000 2,4 93,8
12 Perm territory 11460 1,6 113,8
13 Kemerovo region 9840 1,4 119,6
14 Volgograd region 9450 1,4 102,4
15 Voronezh region 9400 1,4 76,4
16 Krasnoyarsk region 8810 1,3 108,3
17 Saratov region 7790 1,1 81,6
18 Stavropol region 7590 1,1 94,6
19 Novosibirsk region 7000 1,0 114,1
20 Tula region 6390 0,9 72,2
21 Orenburg region 6100 0,9 81,0
22 Vologda region 6040 0,9 114,2
23 Udmurtia Republic 5940 0,9 105,5
24 Ryazan region 5220 0,7 53,5
25 Irkutsk region 4900 0,7 91,4

*incl. data of commercial vehicles sales
(Fiat Ducato, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Citroen Berlingo, Hyundai Porter and others)

19.09.11 Alexander Chuprov