In Russia, new car tires fell in price
New tires have become cheaper in most major cities. In Moscow, the average price fell by nine percent, in Yekaterinburg – by 12.5 percent, and in Novosibirsk – by 11 percent, in Vladivostok – by nine percent. For used tires in Moscow now they ask for four percent more, in Yekaterinburg – by 14 percent, in Novosibirsk – by 15 percent, and in Vladivostok – by 11 percent.
In the spring of last year, the cost of rubber rose sharply, in some cases the rise in price was up to 71 percent. Moreover, it affected both imported and domestic brands. Now prices have stabilized, but in the future, tires will steadily rise in price, experts say.