More than 2,500 people took part in the survey, and more than half of the respondents – 52% – expressed their readiness to buy an Iranian passenger car if it turns out to be no more than 1,000,000 rubles. Nearly 1,300 study participants responded this way.
A little more than 300 people (13%) agreed to purchase a car from Iran, subject to a price tag of up to 1,500,000 rubles. And 36% of respondents – almost 900 people – answered that they would never switch to these cars, because they are obsolete.
However, even without Iranian crafts, the Russian market is full of various offers. And most of them are Chinese. That’s just cheaper than 2,000,000 rubles to find a new foreign car will not work. It seems that our compatriots will continue to drive in droves on native Russian products of the LADA system. It’s good that they at least added in quality, but at the same time they became heavier in price.