Russian LCV market has grown 5% within the first half of 2018

Russian LCV market has grown 5% within the first half of 2018

 

Autostat.  – The Russian LCV market has amounted to 52,889 units within the first half of 2018, following an 5.4% year-on-year growth, according to Autostat data / LCV: Light Commercial Vehicles.

The traditional leader of the market GAZ has kept its position, with more than 45% market share in total. GAZ has sold 23,936 vehicles, which is equivalent to a 9.5% year-on-year rise.

UAZ occupies the second place, reaching a sales figure of 7755 units and 30.6% year-on-year fall.

The top-three is completed by LADA with 5101 units, which indicates a 8.9% year-on-year rise.

Ford came fourth with 4776 units and 59% year-on-year growth. Mercedes-Benz has the fifth place in the rankings with 4280 cars and 15.2% year-on-year growth respectively.

Gazelle Next was the best-selling truck model within the first half of 2018 with 14,131 units followed by GAZ 3302: 5110 units, 1.3% fall year-on-year and Ford Transit: 4488 units with 52.3% growth fall year-on-year.

8970 light commercial vehicles have been sold in Russia in June 2018, indicating a 0.5% year-on-year fall.

Russian LCV market: Top 10 LCV brands in Russia within the first half of 2018 (*):

Top-10 LCV Brands -JUNE-2018

Top 10 LCV models in Russia within the first half of 2018 (*):

Top-10 LCV Models -JUNE-2018

(*) Figures include: LCVs < 3t, light duty trucks < 6t, passenger transporters < 19 seats