Video: The Most Popular New Diesel Cars In Russia In May
2023 Author: Natalie MacDonald | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 02:36
In May 2020, 5.4 thousand new passenger cars running on diesel fuel were registered in Russia. This is 38.3% less than in May 2019. In the total volume of new passenger cars, the share of diesels reached 8.8%, which is 1.4 points more than a year ago, but 0.3 points less than in April. We found out which models were in the highest demand in absolute terms.
|brand, model||May 2020, pcs.||Dynamics, May., %.||Total 2020, pcs.||Dynamics, year,%.||Share, 2020,%||Delta share,%|
|ToyotLand Cruiser Prado||457||-24,6||2135||-28,1||48,3||-7,8|
|Mitsubishi Pajero Sport||258||-45,2||2244||-32,0||96,8||-1,3|
|ToyotLand Cruiser 200||253||-26,9||1338||-33,2||67,2||-6,2|
In the top 30, the highest growth in demand for diesel versions was recorded in the Audi Q8 and Mercedes-Benz GLE. They were chosen by 2.5 times more customers than a year ago, when sales of diesel versions of crossovers were just starting. SkodKodiaq has the strongest drop: minus 59.2%.
By the end of the month, the demand for diesel crossovers, SUVs and pickups decreased by 34.9% to 4.9 thousand vehicles. Since the beginning of the year, there are 36.4 thousand of them - minus 9.3%.
Traditionally, Audi Q7 has the highest share of diesel sales per month: all sold cars are diesel. Slightly less - in Mitsubishi Pajero Sport (96.3 percent) and BMW 6 Series GT (90.9%, 20 units). The top five also included BMW X6 (89.6%, 259 units) and Jaguar F-Pace (86.7%, 13 units). The top 4 at the end of the year looks the same, and the fifth place was taken by Land Rover Range Rover Sport.
The fastest growing diesel engines are the Audi Q8, BMW 3 and 7 Series. In the past month, Audi was bought 65% more often, and BMW models - 17 and 16%, respectively.
In just 5 months, 40.8 thousand diesel vehicles were registered, which is only 11.8% less than in the same period a year earlier. This result is better than the dynamics of the market as a whole, where demand decreased by 17%. The share of cars running on diesel rose to 8.3%, by 0.5 points.