Yekaterinburg Remains Russia’s No.3 Car Market

1 February 2018 (09:35)

UrBC, Yekaterinburg, February 1, 2018. Yekaterinburg proved Russia’s third largest automobile market last year, preceded only by Moscow and Saint Petersburg, Avtostat reports.

‘The number of cars on the Russian roads rose by 50% in the last decade. There were 28m cars in the country in 2007 and as many as over 42m in 2017,’ the agency explains.

The country’s two largest metropolises have the largest number of automobiles in them: 3.65m in Moscow and 1.68m in Saint Petersburg, according to Avtostat.

Yekaterinburg (450,000 cars), Novosibirsk (434,000), Samara (391,000), Kazan (368,000), Nizhniy Novgorod (354,000), Chelyabinsk (323,000), Omsk (322,000), Krasnodar (321,000), Rostov-on-Don (320,000), and Voronezh (319,000) are also on the national Top Ten list.

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