So, in 2010 the largest market share was occupied by sedans - they had 40% of all purchased cars in the country. Almost every third (32%) car was a station wagon (including SUV), and every fourth (25%) - was a hatchback. At the same time, only 2% of the Russian market accounted for liftbacks, and cars in other bodies (pickups, convertibles, coupes) owned even less (a total of 1%).
By 2020, consumer preferences have clearly shifted towards vehicles with the wagon body type, which, we recall, also include crossovers and SUVs. The share of such vehicles now accounts for more than a half of the market - 54%. The share of sedans fell to 28%, while for hatchbacks it fell more than twice - to 11%. But liftbacks, on the contrary, managed to increase it threefold during this period - up to 6%. Cars in other body types still occupy 1% in our market.