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Finland: 1971-2013 More detailed Historical Data now available!

The Moskvitsh Elite was #6 in Finland in 1971 * See the 15 Finland Historical posts at the end of the article * Thanks to Rene and STAC I can now share with you more detailed Historical Data for Finland for as far back as 40 years ago! Back then, the Fiat 600 dominates the models...

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  1. Walter Ty
    May 15th, 2013 at 17:37 | #1

    Finland had this treaty of cooperation with the former Soviet Union until the early 1990’s which would account for the substantial number of Russian vehicles being sold there. Price was the primary factor as to why they sold well but it’s also that they’re suited for the Finnish climate & roads, especially in Lapland. When I visited Helsinki & Turku in 2000 I was amazed by the substantial number of Ladas on the roads but there were also a few East
    German Wartburgs in Helsinki alone. Denmark is the only other Nordic country where Ladas & other East European cars are commonplace, Denmark’s high taxation rate on new motor vehicles being a factor.

  2. October 27th, 2012 at 20:43 | #2

    Fascinating, I remember as a kid (a long time ago admittedly) we used to buy a lot of Moskviches, Skodas and Ladas in Britain, why?, because they were cheap, we still buy a lot of Skodas, the difference now is Skodas are very good and good value for money, love the historical data articles, thank you.

    • matgasnier
      October 28th, 2012 at 15:23 | #3

      Glad you like it Ian! :)

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