The new commercial vehicle market in Ukraine (including trucks) grew by 24% in January-June 2018 year-over-year, to 6,400, the Ukrautoprom association has reported.
In June, the market grew by 38% year-over-year, to 1,241 vehicles.
Renault vehicles sales grew by 19%, to 1,174, being first in the number of vehicles sold. Citroen is second with 588 vehicles sold (a 3.5-fold rise). Fiat is third with 3% growth, to 573 vehicles.
Ford is fourth with 555 new commercial vehicles sold (28% more), and Belarusian MAZ is fifth with 503 vehicles sold (64% up).
In June alone, Renault vehicles were also most popular with 244 registered vehicles (almost 30% more than in June 2017). Mercedes-Benz is second with a 53% rise on June 2017 and a 2.2-fold rise on May 2018.
Fiat is third with 111 vehicles sold (30.6% up on June 2017), Ford is fourth with 88 vehicles sold (1% up) and MAN was fifth with 79 vehicles registered (18% up).
Ukrainian commercial vehicles are seen in the top twenty most popular vehicles only with ZAZ brand (13 vehicles sold compared with 21 in June 2017 and seven in May 2018).