Russian truck market has grown by a quarter in January

Russian truck market has grown by a quarter in January

Autostat –  According to Autostat data, 3530 trucks have been sold in Russia in January 2017, which is equivalent to a 25.5% year-on-year increase.

Russian manufacturer Kamaz has become the leader of the truck market as usual, with more than 40% share in January. The sales figure of the brand exceeded 1500 units in quantitative terms, indicating a 28.9% year-on-year rise. Another domestic manufacturer: GAZ occupies the second spot, with 394 units (+1.5%). The top-three is completed by Belarusian MAZ (200, +7%). Swedish Scania (200, +222.6%) and Russian Ural (185, +31.2%) came fourth and fifth respectively.

Interestingly, almost all brands in the top-ten have achieved market growth by the end of the last month, with the exception of MAN (-3%).

Top-10 brands in Russian truck market (over 3.5 tonnes) in January 2017:

Brand Units YoY 
Kamaz 1 531 +28,9%
GAZ 394 +1,5%
MAZ 200 +7%
Scania 200 +222,6%
Ural 185 +31,2%
Volvo 167 +128,8%
MAN 164 -3%
Mercedes-Benz 155 +93,8%
Isuzu 141 +60,2%
DAF 75 +316,7%
Total market 3 530 +25,5%

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