The most popular Chinese crossover has dropped significantly in price over the year. How prices for other models have changed, calculated by

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Haval Jolion fell in price from 2.54 to 2.3 million rubles

Over the past 11 months, prices for popular crossovers in Russia have undergone changes, which mainly affected Chinese manufacturers. The portal calculated how prices for the most popular crossovers have changed this year.

For example, in the case of the segment’s bestseller, Haval Jolion, prices for new cars not only did not increase, but even fell slightly, from 2.54 to 2.3 million rubles. Prices for used models remained virtually unchanged, remaining within 2.43 million rubles in February and 2.46 million rubles in December.

Chery Tiggo 7 Pro Max was stable: the average cost was 2.98 million rubles at the beginning of the year and 3.1 million rubles in December. However, prices for used Tiggo 7 Pro Max rose by 11%, reaching 3.22 million rubles in December, compared to 2.9 million rubles at the beginning of the year.

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As for Chery Tiggo 4 Pro, new models now cost 9% more than at the beginning of the year, namely 2.47 million rubles versus 2.26 million rubles. Similarly, prices for used Tiggo 4 Pro increased from 2.38 million rubles in the spring to 2.48 million rubles in December.

Geely Coolray rose in price by about 9.5%. If in February new models were sold for 2.54 million rubles, now the price tag has increased to 2.77 million rubles. In the secondary market, comparable dynamics: from 2.54 to 2.73 million rubles.

Finally, the Omoda C5 is up 19% over the course of the year. In January, a new car cost an average of 2.62 million rubles, and by December the price increased to 3.12 million rubles. Prices for used Omoda C5 increased even more – by 35%, from 2.25 to 3.05 million rubles.

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