As of January 1, 2020, there were 3.78 million trucks in Russia. Moreover, the average age of a truck in the Russian fleet is 21.2 years. And almost 65% of all trucks in our country are over 15 years old.
- More trucks are registered in Moscow (160.3 thousand copies). In the Moscow region there are almost 156,000 units, and in the last three leaders in the Krasnodar Territory - 144.2 thousand units.
- The most popular brand of trucks in Russia is KamAZ (927.3 thousand units). GAZ is slightly inferior to it, of which there are almost 730,000 units in our country. The third place belongs to ZIL models (495.6 thousand units). These three brands account for almost 57% of the domestic truck fleet.
- The top five brands also include the Belarusian MAZ (almost 290,000 vehicles) and the Russian Ural (173.6 thousand units).
- Foreign brands make up 33% of the Russian truck fleet. The first three are Volvo (105.4 thousand units), German MAN (98.6 thousand units) and Swedish Scani (88.4 thousand units).
Legal entities own 52.1% of the volume of the freight vehicle fleet, and diesel trucks in the country account for 69.5% of their total number - many gasoline ZILs and GAZs still "run" across Russia. At the same time, only 19.8% of trucks meet Euro-4 and higher eco-standards in our country - this is affected by a large number of old (primarily Russian) vehicles.
In preparing the material, data from AA Avtostat were used.