The Russian luxury car segment has grown by 11% within nine months

The Russian luxury car segment has grown by 11% within nine months

Autostat – According to a report of Autostat, the Russian luxury car market has reached 1065 units within January-September period of 2017, following a 11% year-on-year growth (from 960 units).

The traditional leader of the Russian luxury car market Mercedes-Benz Maybach S-Class has kept its position, with approximately 44% share in total. The sales figure of the model is equivalent to 463 units within nine months, which indicates a 14% year-on-year fall.

Maserati comes second in the rankings, with a sales figure of 310 vehicles, having shown growth in 8,6 times.

Bentley completes the top-three in the luxury segment with 159 cars, which is a third lower than a year earlier.

66 new Rolls-Royce (-29% y/y), 29 Lamborghini (+21% y/y),  22 Ferrari (-29% y/y) and 16 Aston Martin (+400% y/y) cars have hit the Russian roads during nine months, on the other hand.

As noted by Autostat, around 70% of the Russian luxury car market have been sold in Moscow and the surrounding region  (727 units). The capital is followed by St. Petersburg – 81 units, Krasnodar Krai – 34 units, Tatarstan – 15 units, Sverdlovsk – 14 units, Bashkorotstan – 13 units, Rostov 10 units.