2013 Car Sales in Russia
This six-page report from the Moscow-based Assn. of European Businesses details the 5% decline in passenger vehicle sales in Russia to 2.78 million units in 2013.
Russia's five top-selling brands in 2013 were Lada (456,300 units), Renault (210,100), Kia (198,000), Hyundai (181,200) and Chevrolet (174,600).
AEB expects sales in 2014 to slip to 2.73 million. Analysts say a weak economy and the end of a car loan subsidy in December 2013 will hurt demand.
Ford has made an accomplishment that will never be bested, never even be tied.
To know that 3,000 cars have been delivered since October 2015 would undoubtedly result in a shrug: in 2017 Toyota delivered 387,081 Camrys, so that 3,000 is less than one percent, and this is in one year, not just over two.
For conducting business in the U.S. market, Toyota has historically had several separate business entities: a sales and distribution company headquartered in California (Toyota Motor Sales, USA); manufacturing operations (Toyota Motor Manufacturing North America); a racing subsidiary (Toyota Racing Development, USA); the Toyota Technical Center for R&D in Ann Arbor; and a design facility in California (Calty Design Research, Inc.). On April 1, 2006, Toyota merged its R&D operations and its manufacturing operations into a single company.