increased over the 11 months of 2012
According to market research and consulting company
Namely, the production of passenger cars in Russia in the first eleven months of 2012 increased by 14.1% year on year to 1 808 900 units. In this issue of domestic brands fell by 4.7% to 586,200 units., And foreign brands — rose by 25.9% to 1 222 600 units.
Production of trucks (including chassis and light trucks) grown in Russia in January — November of 2012 by 1.0% compared with the first eleven months of 2011 to 188.0 million units. Of this amount, the issue of domestic models made up 160.1 thousand units., With a contraction of 2.4%, while foreign brands of trucks 27.9 thousand units., With growth of 26.3%.
Russian truck sales in January — November 2012 amounted to 335.16 thousand units., Showing an increase of 13.1% compared to the first eleven months of 2011. Sales of "Russian foreign cars" rose from 19.73 million to 25.50 million trucks, and their market share has added 0.9 points to 7.6%. Import of new vehicles increased by 16.6% to 135.27 thousand machines with increased market share by 1.1 points to 40.3%. Sales of imported used vehicles increased by 17.8% to 17.30 million units. the expansion of their share by 0.3 points to 5.2%.
According to the "ASM-Holding", the production of buses (including minibuses and watch buses on truck chassis) in Russia in the first eleven months of 2012 increased by 35.1% to 50.6 million units. Of the total number of buses produced, production of domestic models totaled 41.9 thousand units., An increase of 45.1%. Bus production of foreign brands has increased by 1.4% to 8.7 million vehicles.
Based on the results of eleven months of 2012 bus market was characterized by a high rate of recovery than markets cars and trucks. Compared to January — November 2011, bus sales rose by 15.4% to 61,898 units. In the structure of the market by class buses continued shift towards a very small class buses (minibuses), whose share rose to 58.9% from 56.9% in January — November 2011. The highest sales growth rate observed in the bus sector (mainly at the expense of domestic production), led to the actual output of bus sales in January — November 2012 at the level of the first eleven months of 2008, with a lag of it by 0.6%.