28.Oct .2021 17:00

Soviet “Zhiguli 06” is Third Most Common Vehicle Model in Georgia

Soviet “Zhiguli 06” is Third Most Common Vehicle Model in Georgia
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With 27.8% of total imports TOYOTA leads the top five imported auto brands to Georgia. It is followed by FORD - 13.2%, Mercedes-Benz - 8.6%, HYUNDAI - 7.9% and HONDA - 5.5%. However, these data only applies to 2020. As for the general fleet of Georgia, the second most common car brand in the country is the Soviet LADA, and the third most common model is the Soviet VAZ 2106 (alternatively Zhiguli 2106).
 
Top Ten of the Most Common Car Brands in Georgia 
 
Pursuant to the annual study of the Information-Analytical Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, as of 2020, the TOP 10 of the most common car brands in Georgia include: Mercedes-Benz - 13%, LADA - 11%, TOYOTA - 9.3%, OPEL - 9%, Ford - 8.3%, BMW-4.7%, Nissan - 4.3%, VW-4.2%, Honda - 3.8% and Mitsubishi - 3.3%.
 
Top Ten of the Most Common Car Models in Georgia 
 
Top ten of the most common auto models of Georgia is as follows: Ford Transit - 5.6%, Opel Astra - 3.9%, VAZ 2106 - 3.7%, Mercedes-Benz E - 3.1%, Mercedes-Benz C - 3.1%, Toyota Prius - 2.8%, Opel Vectra - 2.7%, BMW 3 Series - 1.7%, BMW 5 Series - 1.7%, Honda FIT - 1.6%.
 
Average Age of the Georgian Vehicle Fleet
 
Average age for the fleet of Georgia is still alarming, since more than the half, or more specifically, 50.8% are over 20 years old, 34% - 11-20 years old, 9.5% - 7-10 years old, 3.4% - 4-6 years old, 1.9% - 1-3 years and only 0.4% - up to 1 year.
 
Dominant colors 
 
According to the study, the classification of registered transport by colors is as follows: gray - 26%, white - 21.2%, blue - 13.5%, black - 12.6% and red - 8.4%.
 
Regional distribution by Sex
 
The highest rate of women among individuals owning cars, namely 26% is in Tbilisi. It is followed by Abkhazia - 18%, Adjara - 17%, Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti - 16%, Imereti / Racha-Lechkhumi - 16%, Samachablo - 16%, Shida Kartli - 15%, Mtskheta-Mtianeti - 14%, Kvemo Kartli - 13%, Samtskhe-Javakheti -12% and Kakheti -12%.