PRODUCTION OF MOTOR VEHICLES IN RUSSIA,  January – Yune 2019

Total output of motor vehicles in Russia up 1.0% in the first half-year 2019

Russia’s total production of motor vehicles of all types (including passenger cars, trucks and buses) rose 1.0% year on year to 868,395 units in January-June 2019, according to ASM Holding analysts. A growth of production is reported through the passenger car sector, while a decline is noted in truck and bus manufacturing.

 Russia’s car output up 1.8% in H1 2019

Passenger car production in Russia rose 1.8% year on year to 783,871 units in January-June 2019. Of the total, output of domestic car models was up 7.2% to 214,568 units, while foreign-brand car output declined by 0.1% to 569,303 units.

 Russia’s truck output down 4.4% in H1 2019

Truck production (including chassis-cabs and light trucks) in Russia fell 4.4% year on year to 68,444 units in January-June 2019. Out of the total production figure, the number of domestic-brand trucks was 55,417 units (down 4.9%), while the number of foreign-brand trucks was 13,027 units, down 2.1%.

 Russia’s bus output down 12.8% in H1 2019

Bus production (including minibuses and shift-team buses on truck chassis) in Russia fell 12.8% year on year to 16,199 units in January-June 2019. Of the total production figure, output of domestic models was 13,483 vehicles (down 5.1%), while foreign-branded bus output was 2,716 units (down 38.0%). The total decline of bus output was due to fall of minibus production (down 20.5%), while heavy bus production rose by 5.2%.

 Russia’s LCV output down 3.8% in H1 2019

Production of light commercial vehicles (LCVs) consisting of light trucks/vans of up to 3.5t GVW (included in the ‘truck’ category) and minibuses (included in the ‘bus’ category) fell 3.8% to 52,002 units in January-June 2019. Of the total, output of light trucks was 41,635 units (up 1.5%), and output of minibuses was 10,367 units (down 20.5%).

 Source: ASM Holding, OAR

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PRODUCTION OF MOTOR VEHICLES IN RUSSIA,  January – December 2018

Total output of motor vehicles in Russia up 13.9% in 2018

Russia’s total production of motor vehicles of all types (including passenger cars, trucks and buses) rose 13.9% year on year to 1,767,674 units in January-December 2018, according to ASM Holding analysts. A growth of production is reported through  the passenger car and bus  sectors, while a slight decline is noted in truck manufacturing.

 Russia’s car output up 15.9% in 2018

Passenger car production in Russia rose 15.9% year on year to 1,563,572 units in January-December 2018. Of the total, output of domestic car models was up 18.1% to 414,905 units, while foreign-brand car output rose 15.1% to 1,148,667 units.

 Russia’s truck output down 2.6% in 2018

Truck production (including chassis-cabs and light trucks) in Russia fell 2.6% year on year to 156,674 units in January-December 2018. Out of the total production figure, the number of domesic-brand trucks was 127,372 units (down 3.5%), while the number of foreign-brand trucks was 29,302 units, up 1.6%.

 Russia’s bus output up 12.5% in 2018

Bus production (including minibuses and shift-team buses on truck chassis) in Russia grew 12.5% year on year to 47,785 units in January-December 2018. Of the total production figure, output of domestic models was 38,855 vehicles (up 21.0%), while foreign-branded bus output was 8,930 units (down 13.7%).

Russia’s LCV output up 7.7% in 2018

Production of light commercial vehicles (LCVs) consisting of light trucks/vans of up to 3.5t GVW (included in the ‘truck’ category) and minibuses (included in the ‘bus’ category) rose by 7.7% to 131,754 units in January-December 2018. Of the total, output of minibuses was 34,272 units (up 15.5%), and output of light trucks was 97,482 units (up 5.3%).

 Source: ASM Holding, OAR

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PRODUCTION OF MOTOR VEHICLES IN RUSSIA, January – December 2017

 Total output of motor vehicles in Russia up 19.0% in 2017

Russia’s total production of motor vehicles of all types (including passenger cars, trucks and buses) rose 19.0% year on year to 1,551,293 units in January-December 2017, according to ASM Holding analysts. A growth of production is reported through  the passenger car and truck  sectors, while a slight decline is noted in bus manufacturing.

 Russia’s car output up 19.9% in 2017

Passenger car production in Russia rose 19.9% year on year to 1,348,029 units in January-December 2017. Of the total, output of domestic car models was up 16.9% to 349,772 units, while foreign-brand car output rose 21.0% to 998,257 units.

 Russia’s truck output up 18.6% in 2017

Truck production (including chassis-cabs and light trucks) in Russia grew 18.6% year on year to 160,795 units in January-December 2017. Out of the total production figure, the number of domesic-brand trucks was 131,984 units (up 16.9%), while the number of foreign-brand trucks was 28,811 units, up 110.0%.

 Russia’s bus output down 2,6% in 2017

Bus production (including minibuses and shift-team buses on truck chassis) in Russia fell 2.6% year on year to 42,875 units in January-December 2017. Of the total production figure, output of domestic models was 32,452 vehicles (down 5.8%), while foreign-branded bus output was 10,423 units (up 9.2%).

 Russia’s LCV output up 5.5% in 2017

Production of light commercial vehicles (LCVs) consisting of light trucks/vans of up to 3.5t GVW (included in the ‘truck’ category) and minibuses (included in the ‘bus’ category) rose by 5.5% to 123,454 units in January-December 2017. Of the total, output of minibuses was 29,705 units (down 5.5%), and output of light trucks was 93,749 units (up 9.5%).

 Source: ASM Holding, OAR

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PRODUCTION OF MOTOR VEHICLES IN RUSSIA, January – December 2016

 Total output of motor vehicles in Russia down 5.4% in 2016

Russia’s total production of motor vehicles of all types (including passenger cars, trucks and buses) fell 5.4% year on year to 1,303,989 units in January-December 2016, according to ASM Holding analysts. This means a significant slowing of the decline in the industry rated at 26.9% in 2015. A decline of production continued to be only reported in the passenger car sector, while a growth is noted in the truck and bus sectors.

 Russia’s car output down 7.5% in 2016

Passenger car production in Russia fell 7.5% year on year to 1,124,774 units in January-December 2016. Of the total, output of domestic car models was down 10.3% to 299,612 units, while foreign-brand car output fell 6.4% to 825,162 units.

 Russia’s truck output up 7.7% in 2016

Truck production (including chassis-cabs and light trucks) in Russia grew 7.7% year on year to 135,624 units in January-December 2016. Out of the total production figure, the number of domesic-brand trucks was 121,901 units (up 4.6%), while the number of foreign-brand trucks was 13,723 units, up 45.9%.

 Russia’s bus output up 20.4% in 2016

Bus production (including minibuses and shift-team buses on truck chassis) in Russia grew 20.4% year on year to 43,978 units in January-December 2016. Of the total production figure, output of domestic models was 34,442 vehicles (up 20.2%), while foreign-branded bus output was 9,536 units (up 21.2%).

 Russia’s LCV output up 7.3% in 2016

Production of light commercial vehicles (LCVs) consisting of light trucks/vans of up to 3.5t GVW (included in the ‘truck’ category) and minibuses (included in the ‘bus’ category) grew 7.3% to 116,928 units in January-December 2016. Of the total, output of minibuses was 31,438 units (up 11.6%), and output of light trucks was 85,490 units (up 5.7%).

Source: ASM Holding, OAR

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PRODUCTION OF MOTOR VEHICLES IN RUSSIA, January – December 2015

Total output of motor vehicles in Russia down 26.9% in 2015

Russia’s total production of motor vehicles of all types (including passenger cars, trucks and buses) fell 26.9% year on year to 1,378,678 units in January-December 2015, according to ASM Holding analysts. A decline of production is reported through all sectors of the automotive industry.

 Russia’s car output down 28.1% in 2015

Passenger car production in Russia fell 28.1% year on year to 1,215,972 units in January-December 2015. Of the total, output of domestic car models was down 19.8% to 333,993 units, while foreign-brand car output fell 30.8% to 881,979 units.

 Russia’s truck output down 15.9% in 2015

Truck production (including chassis-cabs and light trucks) in Russia fell 15.9% year on year to 126,055 units in 2015. Out of the total production figure, the number of domesic-brand trucks was 116,648 units (down 11.6%), while the number of foreign-brand trucks was 9,407 units, down 46.6%.

 Russia’s bus output down 19.0% in 2015

Bus production (including minibuses and shift-team buses on truck chassis) in Russia fell 19.0% year on year to 36,947 units in January-December 2015. Of the total production figure, output of domestic models was 29,077 vehicles (down 9.9%), while foreign-branded bus output was 7,870 units (down 41.1%).

 Russia’s LCV output down 10.3% in  2015

Production of light commercial vehicles (LCVs) consisted of light trucks/vans of up to 3.5t GVW (included in the ‘truck’ category) and minibuses (included in the ‘bus’ category) declined by 10.3% to 108,997 units in 2015. Of the total, output of minibuses was 28,548 units (down 15.8%), and output of light trucks was 80,449 units (down 8.2%). This is the least adverse index of production downturn reported.

 Source: ASM Holding, OAR