In 2012, Russians spent 2.33 trillion rubles for the purchase of cars

The Russian car market by the end 2012 in monetary terms increased by 21.9% to 2.33 trillion rubles (about 75 billion U.S. dollars), according to data provided by Reuters, the auditing company Ernst &Young. Sales directly vehicles increased by 10.6% to 2.935 million units, taking into account the LCV, reaching pre-crisis levels in 2008.

In December, the car market turnover, have felt the saturation of demand after the crisis, increased by only 7% year on year to 207.2 billion rubles (about 6.7 billion U.S. dollars). However, the December result was not worse than average values per month on average in Russia sold cars worth about 194 billion rubles. The average price of a car in December reached a high of 818,600 rubles.

For the entire 2012 the average price was 793,600 rubles, from the data of Ernst &Young. Thus, one car compared to last year rose by an average of 10%, or 73,000 rubles.

In 2011, according to Ernst &Young, Russians spent on the purchase of new cars 1.9 trillion rubles ($ 65.1 billion), increasing spending by 1.5 times.

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