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Residents of the Far East drive the oldest cars in Russia - EastRussia | Far East

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Residents of the Far East drive on the oldest cars in Russia

Regions of the Far East topped the rating of old age of the fleet, conducted by the agency Avtostat. According to the study, in three DFO regions at once, the average age of cars exceeds 20 years — these are Kamchatka (21,6 years), Primorye (20,5 years) and JAR (20,3 years). At the same time, the average age of the fleet in Russia as a whole is about 13 years.

As noted in the study, a year the domestic car fleet has aged a little - for five months. Experts attribute this factor to the crisis, which led to a decrease in sales of new cars.

The most "young" cars are in Tatarstan (9,6 years), Moscow (10,2 years), KhMAO (10,3 years).

The “old age” of the Far Eastern car market is largely related to the availability and reliability of Japanese “right-handed” cars, massively imported to the region in previous years.