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In 2012 AvtoVaz has sold 537 625 Lada cars
3.01.2013 15:11
In 2012 AvtoVaz has sold 537 625 Lada cars
Lada Granta



In 2012 AvtoVaz has sold 537 thousand 625 Lada branded cars, says the company in its press-release. So the company sold about 44,8 thousand cars a month. Lada Priora and Lada Granta have become the most popular cars in Russia.


In comparison with 2011 AvtoVaz sales have fallen 7%, in 2011 the company sold 578 thousand 387 Lada cars.


The AvtoVaz annual export sales have amounted 70 thousand 580 cars. This number is 23,5 % higher than in 2011, when the company sold  57 thousand 156 cars.


In 2012 according to AvtoVaz  125 951 Lada Priora, 121 151 Lada Granta, 119 890 Lada Kalina, 67 971 Samara, 54 656 Lada 4x4, 32 444 Lada 2104/2107 and 15 559 Lada Largus were sold. 






Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russian business     

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