The poll showed the share of Russians with domestic cars

by time news

More than half (53%) of Russians have at least one car in their family, while only 22% of them use domestically produced cars, according to the results of a survey conducted by Sberstrakhovanie among residents of 37 cities with a population of more than 500,000 people.

Most of all Russian-made vehicles are owned by residents of Togliatti: 50% of citizens drive such vehicles. Ufa and Naberezhnye Chelny are also in the lead – 36% each, respectively, Ulyanovsk (35%) and Penza (34%).

The share of those who prefer foreign brands is 78%. At the same time, almost all residents of Vladivostok and Khabarovsk drive foreign cars – 98% and 97%, respectively. The indicator is noticeably higher than the national average, also noted in Irkutsk and Moscow – 91% each, respectively, and in St. Petersburg – 89%.

Of the Russian brands, Lada and VAZ are in the greatest demand: they account for 19% of cars on Russian roads. Toyota is the most popular among foreign cars – 9% of drivers have it. The top 5 also includes Kia, Renault and Nissan, which are driven by 6% of motorists each, and Ford with a 5% share.


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