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For the first time since 2005, the share of Lada exceeded 40%.

Last week, from September 12 to 18, 2022, almost 4 thousand new Lada cars were purchased in Russia, which accounted for 41% of the total.

The last time Lada’s share in the Russian market exceeded 40% was in 2005. Then it was 48.7%, but in 2006 it dropped to 36.9%. After 2007, this indicator was consistently below the 30% mark, and in 2014 it dropped to a minimum of 15%.

The remaining brands scored no more than 8% each. The top five included Kia (757 units), Haval (734 units), Chery (664 units) and Hyundai (604 units).

Lada Granta is the leader in the rating of models, sales of which amounted to 2728 units last week. In second place is the crossover Haval Jolion (820 units), which became the best among foreign cars. Behind him in the ranking are the Lada Niva Legend SUV (476 units) and the Chery Tiggo 7 Pro crossover (402 units). Lada Vesta (345 units) closes the top five.

In total, Russians purchased 9652 new cars last week, which is 0.5% more than a week earlier.

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