As Autonews writes with reference to the data of the Russian Union of Motor Insurers (RSA), running parts for popular Hyundai models have risen in price significantly in Russia. So, for example, if in March a tailgate for a Hyundai Santa Fe could be bought for 49,080 rubles, now they are already asking for 83,325 rubles for it. (+70%). Another example: in October-December, the headlight on Hyundai Solaris went up by 57% – from 80,749 rubles. up to 126,903 rubles.
Experts attribute the rise in prices to the depletion of spare parts warehouses. RAMI President Yevgeny Ufimtsev noted that a number of positions saw price increases noticeably higher than average. “These are, for example, car body parts, doors, hoods, optics. As a rule, there are no substitutes and analogues for them, and the supply of such parts through parallel imports is not so easy to arrange.“, – he said.