The report in focus



Exit date 22.08.2019

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In the course of the study, we get the features of consumer behavior of car owners by the following themes: automotive antifreeze brand recognition (with and without options) and features of a car coolant choosing.

22 august more info


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.

05 julymore info


The Italian car market decreases for two months

The Italian car market has been decreasing to two months already – in October it reduced by 5.5% to 132,703 cars. According to ANFIA, car sales in this country had negative dynamics, despite the fact that last year in October the decrease in the car market was 28.5%. Thus, the current result is at the level of 1993-1996. However, the current situation is intensified with political and economic instability in Italy, ANFIA reports. During nine months of the year, car sales in this country decreased by 10.8% and amounted 1,502,922 cars. 

According to ANFIA forecast, the negative dynamics will continue till the end of the year, as a result, in 2011 the Italian car market will reach its minimum for 15 years and amount 1.74 million cars (-11.2%). Moreover, the association expects, that the sales decrease will continue at the beginning of the next year, as the number of orders for new cars is still reducing. Thus, in October dealers got 142,000 orders, which is 12.5% less than in October 2010, when the car market had already been in a recession after abolition of “eco-bonuses”.

According to the information got by AUTOSTAT from ANFIA, domestic carmakers, which have 28.2% of the local market, decreased their sales by 4% to 37,365 cars in October. Foreign brand cars reduced their sales a little more – by 6% to 95,338 cars.

Fiat, which sold 27,096 cars in October (-5.4%), and took 20.4% of the local market, is still the best selling brand in Italy. The second place was taken by Volkswagen, which increased its sales by 2.1% up to 10,902 cars. Thus, Ford moved to the third place with 10,613 cars sold (-2.2%). Then come Opel (8,756 cars; -5.9%) and Lancia (6,744 cars; +21.6%).

07.11.11 AUTOSTAT
Source: www.autostat.ru

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