Autostat. – According to Autostat data, the Russian new truck market has amounted to 4100 units in June 2016, which is equivalent to a 2% year-on-year increase. Thereby, the market has risen three months in a row.
Russian manufacturer KAMAZ has kept its position as the leader of the truck market, with 38% share of the total volume. The figure is equivalent to approximately 1600 units in quantitative terms, indicating a 15.5% year-on-year rise. Another home brand GAZ occupies the second place, with 653 vehicles (17.3%). Belarusian MAZ completes the top-three (269 units, +1.1%). Japanese Isuzu (209, +90%) and Swedish Scania (188, +8.7%) have also made it into the top-five.
It should be noted that the Russian new trucks market has amounted to 21,900 units at the end of the first half of the year, 9.4% below last year’s figure.