From Monday, May 25, car dealers will resume work in the Moscow region. This was announced in a video message on the restriction of restrictions in light of the fight against coronavirus, the region's governor Andrei Vorobyov.
According to Vorobyov, after construction sites and industrial companies, car dealers resume work. "Car dealerships, residential office sales offices will start earning from this Monday," the governor said. From Saturday, May 23, Moscow authorities will cancel the regime for digital passports.
Remember that in April, 38,922 new cars were sold in Russia, which is 72.4% less than the same month last year. Thus, the market showed the largest case in its history in the face of restrictions due to the coronavirus COVID-19.
Without exception, all companies in the Russian market showed a strongly negative trend – sales decreased several times. The leader remains the domestic Lada, whose cars sold 9,396 units, which is 71% less than last year. In second place is Kia with a score of 4334 units. (-78%), and the third – Renault, which sold 3,135 cars (-75%).