One of these days we learnedthat three quarters of Lada cars in Russia are over 10 years old. Now, the Avtostat resource reports that there are more than 1 million cars over 35 years old in the country.
To be more precise, there are 1.114 million units of such cars in the country. On the basis of what data the statistics are collected, it is not clear, therefore it is difficult to say whether all these cars really drive on the roads of the Russian Federation or whether some of them are simply registered, but have not been used for a long time. Be that as it may, it turns out that cars over 35 years old make up about 2.5% of the total number of cars in Russia.
Most of all among old cars, which is logical, Lada cars. Their share reaches 60%, that is, we are talking about 649,000 cars. In second place, interestingly, Toyota with 153,200 cars. The top five also included Moskvich (44,600 cars), Nissan (42,600 cars) and Audi (38,500 cars).
In the model standings, the leaders are VAZ-2106 (15.6%), VAZ-2101 (15.5%) and Niva (7.9%).
In terms of regional distribution, the leader is Primorsky Krai with a share of 12.1%, followed by Irkutsk Oblast (5.1%), Krasnodar and Altai Krai (4.3% and 4.1%) and Kaliningrad Oblast (3.1%). 8%).