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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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Russian dealers of Ford began sales of updated Mondeo

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How has the car market changed by months in 2019 - 2021?


The Russian car market fell by 4% in January of 2022


Sales of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles in Russia fell 3.7% in January to 91,662 vehicles, according to data from the Association of European Businesses. According to the AEB, January is traditionally the month of low sales of new cars. As expected, the market's slight downtrend continued in 2022, with LCV sales down much more significantly, by 15%, due to a slowdown in business activity for the New Year holidays.

As predicted, the association does not expect a quick recovery in the market this year, but hopes that the prevailing trend today will change in the second half of the year. According to the latest AEB forecast, by the end of 2022, 1,722,000 passenger cars and light commercial vehicles will be sold in Russia, which means a market growth of 3.3% in compare with the previous year. Leadership in the Russian car market is held by the LADA brand, the sales of which the previous month fell by 17% and reached 18,045 cars. The second place in terms of sales is kept by Kia – sales of 12,321 cars (-18%) provided the Korean brand with the leadership in the foreign car market. Hyundai is the third one with 11,356 sold cars, which is 4% higher that the indicator of a year ago.

Then Renault follows – cars of this brand were chosen by 7,938 buyers (-7%). The top-five is finished by Toyota, the sales of which grew by 15% and reached 6126 cars. The top-10 of best-selling brands in January also included Volkswagen (4317 units, -24%), Nissan (4254 units, +30%), Skoda (3840 units, -36%), Haval (3169 units, growth by 2 times) and Chery (2820 units, + 47%).

08.02.22 AUTOSTAT
Source: www.autostat.ru