In Russia, the average price of a car has risen sharply

The weighted average price of a new passenger car in Russia in 2022 was 2 million 380 thousand rubles, an increase of 20%, according to Avtostat.

In the spring there was a sharp rise in the cost price of cars, which, despite the sharp fall in the market (-59%), ultimately influenced the end result of the weighted average price.

In 2021, the average price for a car will reach almost 2 million rubles. And in 2014 it was at the level of 1 million rubles.

*This material was created by a person who has the status of a foreign agent in the Russian Federation.

In 2015 and 2021 there was a similar strong increase in the weighted average price of a new car (20% and 18% respectively), but from 2016 to 2020 it was always less than 10%.

Analysts calculate the weighted average price based on the average values ​​of the prices recommended by the distributor and the sales volumes for each model, taking into account changes (engine size, powertrain, transmission, body).

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Source: “Autostat”

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