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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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Moscow Renault plant delays the deliveries of cars to dealers 22.09.21 - 13:15 Moscow Renault plant delays the deliveries of cars to dealers

Production at Moscow Renault plant is working intermittently with a shortage of electronic components

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  • yesterday, 13:15 Moscow Renault plant delays the deliveries of cars to dealers

    Production at Moscow Renault plant is working intermittently with a shortage of electronic components, which ultimately affects the delivery schedule. The agency "AUTOSTAT" was informed about it in the press service of Renault Russia. According to the company's estimation, delays in delivering cars to the network can reach 1.5 - 2 months. “We monitor the situation on a daily basis together with the central office and make every effort to minimize the impact on production.

  • 21 september 2021 The production of hydrogen buses in Russia will begin in 2023

    Serial production of commercial vehicles powered by hydrogen fuel is scheduled for 2023. This was stated by the head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Denis Manturov, according to whom this type of transport will be included in preferential leasing programs. 

  • 21 september 2021 Hyundai reveals new electric Ioniq models

    Hyundai has revealed plans to develop its electric Ioniq brand. The starting point was the Ioniq 5 electric hatchback, which will appear in the Russian market in mid-2022. In the near future, the Ioniq 6 sedan will join the model line, and in 2024 the Ioniq 7 SUV will be presented, which will become the flagship of the brand's carbon-free model range. All Ioniq vehicles will be built on the modular E-GMP architecture. 


Press releases on this topic

  • 16 november 2011 Every third LCV in Russia is foreign

     AUTOSTAT analytic agency prepared marketing report “Structure and forecast of commercial vehicle parc: light commercial vehicles (LCV), trucks (CV and HCV) and buses (BUS)”.  On 1 January 2011 commercial vehicle parc in our country was 7.34 million cars. About a half (48.2%) of the parc were light commercial vehicles (3.54 million units), a little less number (46.7%) belong to trucks (3.43 million units), and the rest 5.1% belong to buses (0.37 million units)

  • 6 july 2011 Structure of trucks production by the results of 2010

    The indicators of 2010 are detected as a promising after the failed results of 2009, when the production of trucks decreased by 64,5%. By the results of year the production of trucks in Russian Federation was 150,4 units that was more by 64,9% than the results of 2009.