Russian automotive market experts analyzed data on cars officially registered in the country as of July 1, 2020, and estimated the average age of cars in various federal districts. They found out that the “youngest” cars are registered in the Volga Federal District (the vehicles up to 12 years old). In the Central FD, the indicator is 12.2 years, in the Urals 12.7 years, and in the North-West 13 years.
According to the experts of the analytical agency, the average age for Russian cars is 13.6 years. In particular, in the Southern and North-Caucasian Federal Districts, the average age of passenger cars is estimated at 13.9 and 14.6 years, respectively, in the Siberian FD 16.6 years. It is noted that the “oldest” cars are in the Far Eastern Federal District (20.3 years).