Foreign cars are getting more expensive

The exchange rate of the Russian ruble against the US dollar continues to fall rapidly. In just a month, the Russian ruble has depreciated by ten percent against the US currency. The situation is also complicated by falling oil prices, global risks and a delayed increase in tariffs. For this reason, there have been speculations about a possible rise in prices for foreign cars sold in Russia..

It should be recalled that in August last year, when the rate of the Russian ruble began to fall rapidly, twenty-two manufacturers immediately informed about the change in prices for cars. If the Russian ruble continues to weaken, it will not be possible to avoid an increase in the cost of foreign cars. So far, according to the results of the price monitoring carried out, manufacturers do not raise prices for the most part..

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