Car loans totaling 14.2 billion rubles were granted to Tatarstan in the first seven months. That’s 42.9% less than the same time last year, according to data from the National Bureau of Credit History.
In the number of car loans granted in January-July, Tatarstan is fifth in a ranking of 30 leading regions. Moscow turned out to be the first where car loans for 42.9 billion rubles were granted in seven months, which is 48.7% less than in the same period in 2021. Moscow Oblast (29 billion ), St. Petersburg (24.8 billion) and Krasnodar Krai (17 billion) are also in the top 5.
A drop in the number of car loans was recorded in the top 30 regions. The indicator fell the most in Sverdlovsk Oblast — by 52.4%. In the first seven months of 2020, car loans for a total of 9.4 billion rubles were granted there.
In general, according to data from 4,000 creditors sending their information to the State Bureau of Credit History, in January-July 2022, car loans for 375.1 billion rubles were granted in Russia. This is 40.9% less than the same period last year. At the same time, compared to January-July 2020 during the pandemic, this indicator increased by 2.9%.
According to the National Bureau of Credit History, the average car loan in Tatarstan in July was 960,788 rubles. This is 9.5% less than the previous month – in June it exceeded one million.