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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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Price 900 eur.

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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Analytics

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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The best-selling cars in Russia for the last 20 years
  • 27.03.18 The best-selling cars in Russia for the last 20 years

    The specialists of the analytic agency "AUTOSTAT" made a rating of the models that were the leaders of the Russian car market in 1998 - 2017. If until 2016 they all belonged to the same brand - the domestic LADA, but now, for the last two years, foreign cars are the leaders on the Russian market.

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News

Hyundai predicts the 3% growth of the Russian car market in 2022

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Hyundai predicts that the Russian car market by the end of 2021 may grow by 3-4%, to 1.65 - 1.67 million cars. And the growth will be 3%, to 1.7 - 1.72 million units the next year. Alexey Kalitsev, Managing Director of Hyundai Motor CIS, informed TASS agency about it. In his opinion, a significant improvement in the situation with the supply of electronic components in early 2022 is not expected, however, in the second half of the year the situation may change for the better, which will lead to an increase in car sales.

As AUTOSTAT reported earlier, Russian Hyundai dealers sold 14,395 cars in November, which is 17% lower than a year before. By the results of eleven months of 2021, Hyundai sales in our country were 159,740 vehicles (+ 9%).

Mr. Kalitsev also said that Hyundai does not support the position of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation, which proposed to extend the zero duty on the import of electric vehicles in the territory of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU). “We, as a manufacturer that plans to launch a lot of electric vehicles, are interested in extending the preferential regime,” said the managing director of Hyundai Motor CIS. According to him, Hyundai is counting on the extension of the zero duty, as well as on the fact that the Ministry of Industry and Trade will not increase the rates of the utilization fee for electric vehicles. Earlier in November, a draft resolution was published, according to which the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation proposes to increase the utilization fee for electric vehicles from the beginning of 2022 by almost nine times for new cars and four times for used ones.

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