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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)

Exit date 12.12.2019

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Price 3500 eur.

The third autumn wave of the project is aimed at the consumer preferences in the purchase and operation of winter tires.

12 december 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


Dynamics of the Russian car market in April of 2019


For ten months there are more passenger cars produced in Russia than in 2007

According to the data of the Federal State Statistic Service from January to October 2008 the Russian car plants produced 1.3 million passenger cars. The analysts of "AUTOSTAT" notice that it is not only 19.1 percent more than during the same period of last year but even more than during the whole 2007. Last year 1,291,000 cars left the Russian assembly lines.
The agency "AUTOSTAT" estimates that in October the Russian car plants launched about 200,000 passenger cars, up 12.2 percent from the same month of 2007. But in comparison with September of 2008 the production volume of passenger cars has risen only 0.5 percent. Partially it can be explained by the reduction of the production program of GAZ? "Volga" and GM-AVTOVAZ? Chevrolet Niva SUVs.
"AUTOSTAT" has already informed that from January to October of 2008 the Russian car plants launched 235,000 trucks, up only 1.3 percent from the same period of last year. In October the production of commercial vehicles were about 20,000 units, down 17.7 percent from September and 31.2 percent from October 2007.
The Russian bus plants produced 57,300 units for 10 months, down 17.5 percent from the previous year. In October 3,700 busses were launched, down 0.5 percent from September and 32.6 percent from October of last year.