Russian truck market up by 36% in April

Russian truck market up by 36% in April

Autostat –  According to Autostat, 5900 new trucks have been sold in Russia in April 2017, following an increase of 35.7% in comparison with the same period of the previous year.

Russian manufacturer KAMAZ has kept the leadership of the market, with 37% share in total in April. The sales figure of the brand is equivalent to 2200 units, which indicates a 27.4% year-on-year rise. The leader is followed by another home brand GAZ, with 614 vehicles (-15%). Volvo has tripled its market share and joined the top-three (378 units). Isuzu (350, +117.4%) and Mercedes-Benz (342, +557.7%) are the remaining brands of the top-five.

Russian truck market has amounted to 19,300 units by the end of the first four months of 2017, following a 33.8% year-on-year growth.