These models almost never deliver under the parallel import scheme.
Those cars that are no longer produced in Russia and are almost never supplied through parallel import channels have risen in price most actively, Otkritie Avto experts found out based on the analysis of data from Haraba.
Renault Duster leads the list, having risen in price by 14.3%. In February, such cars, on average, cost about 1.6 million rubles. It is growing in price rapidly, back in January of this year, a three-year-old Duster in good condition could be found cheaper than 1.4 million rubles.
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Hyundai Creta added 14% in price, reaching a price of 1.76 million rubles. Hyundai Solaris – plus 14.1%, its average price is now 1.39 million rubles. Mitsubishi Outlander – plus 12%, average price – 2.78 million rubles .
Kia K5, Sportage and Rio went up by 6-9%. Hyundai Santa Fe and Tucson – by 1% and 4.5%, respectively.
Other models popular in the “pre-sanction” period: Toyota Camry, Prado and LC300 added from 1 to 6% in February, and the RAV4 crossover even fell in price a little.
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Source: Rossiyskaya Gazeta
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