Russian Autos Market fast started the 2018 with Q1 sales up 21.8% after the already positive 2017. Lada led with over 20% of market share ahead of Kia and Hyundai. Subaru, Mitsubishi and Renault the fastest growing, so far.
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Russian Auto Sales was up 11.9% in the 2017, a little recovery standing near the half from the market record in the 2012. Despite having bottomed out from the recession, the market struggle to find propellent for growth. Koreans and Autovaz dominate.
Russian Vehicles Sales 2016 dropped down again in double-digit at the lowest level since the '90s, almost the half of the 2012 level and falling as World's 12th market. Lada lost the model's leadership.
Russia Vehicles Sales in First Half 2016 fell 14% while data on the Russian economy are improving and the GDP decrease is lower than expected projecting a second half in recovery. Lada stable over 18% of share.
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Russia Vehicles Market in April 2016 lessens the decline with 8.4%. Kia defeats the rival Hyundai advancing in second place, while Autovaz posted the best market share in over three years, back over 20%..
Russia Vehicles Sales in March 2016 dropped down 10%. On top of the list, Autovaz and Hyundai reported still high lost while Kia kept growing. The new Autovaz Vesta advanced in fourth place, not far from the podium.
Russia Vehicles Sales in February 2016 again down in double-digit albeit Government projects the 2016 at -5%. Indeed, the data on Russia economy are worse than expected with consumption's fallen 10% last year.
Russia Auto Industry starts the new year in the old way, losing a huge 29% hit by lower consumer demand in the last decade, low price of oil, ruble depreciation and the collapse of several economic activities.