Russian truck market up by 54% in September 2017

Russian truck market up by 54% in September 2017

Autostat –  According to Autostat data, 7241 new trucks have been sold in Russia in September 2017, following an increase of 53,9% in comparison with the same period of the previous year.

KAMAZ has kept the leadership of the Russian truck market, with 30% share in total in September. The sales figure of the brand is equivalent to 2285 units, which indicates a 35% year-on-year rise. The leader is followed by MAN, with 639 vehicles (+238,1% y/y). The top-three is completed by Volvo with 609 units (+407,5% y/y).  GAZ (575 units, +1,8%) and Scania (511, +59,2%) are the remaining brands of the top-five.

Russian truck market has amounted to 53,183 units by the end of the first nine months of 2017, following a 47,9% year-on-year growth.

Volvo FH was the best-selling truck model in September with 537 units followed by Kamaz 43118 (512 units) and Mercedes-Benz Actross (432 units).