Russian Truck market has risen by nearly 5% in October

Autostat. – According to Autostat data, the Russian new truck market has reached almost 5000 units in October 2016, which is equivalent to a 4.8% year-on-year rise. The market has grown for the seventh consecutive month.

Russian manufacturer KAMAZ has kept the market leadership, with more than 35% share of the market in October. The sales of the company is equivalent to 1800 vehicles, up by 3.8% year-on-year. Another Russian brand GAZ occupies the second place, with 533 units (-10.3%). Swedish Scania completes the top-three (319, +43%). Japanese Isuzu (291, +3.6%) and Belarusian MAZ (284, -22.2%) came fourth and fifth respectively.

Russian new truck market has amounted to 41,000 units as of the first ten months of 2016, following a 0.8% decline in comparison with the same period of last year.