China car sales analysis 2016

China-car-sales-graph-2003-2016For years, analysts have predicted a slowdown of Chinese car sales. After becoming the world’s largest market in 2013, outpacing the United States, it was believed the market could not sustain its impressive growth record. Then halfway through 2015, the critics finally appeared to find reality on their side, when Chinese stock markets suddenly crashed and the economy stalled. Add to that a government crackdown on corruption and the recipe for a slowdown in car sales was ready. However, the central government stepped in and lowered the sales tax for vehicles with engines of 1,6 liters or smaller from 10% to 5%, starting from Q4 of 2015. That helped car sales peak recover and 2015 set yet another sales record of over 20 million passenger car sales. In 2016, the tax break continued and the market grew further, adding another 17% to 23,6 million sales.

Country of origin

  2016 Change 2016 Share 2015 Share
Domestic +27,4% 41,4% 38,1%
European +9,8% 22,4% 23,9%
Japanese +11,5% 16,0% 16,8%
US +13,9% 12,5% 12,9%
Korean +6,7% 7,6% 8,3%

60% of the growth came from domestic brands, as 9,8 million of the 23,6 million sales bore a badge from a Chinese brand, a record 41,4% of the total market. The previous record was 38,1% in 2015, which means local brands added 3,3 percentage points of share in a single year. Chinese brands increased their sales by 27,4%, more than double the growth rate of any of the other countries, as all saw their shares reduced. European brands took the biggest hit, losing 1,5 percentage points of market share to 5,3 million sales, with PSA Peugeot-Citroën as the biggest cause of concern. The American brands did best of the rest, losing just 0,4 percentage point of share to 2,96 million sales. Japanese brands sold 3,8 million cars in China in 2016 and South Korean brands sold 1,8 million units. All figures are for locally produced models only and exclude imports, which make up just 5% of the Chinese car market.

Bodystyles

  2016 Change 2016 Share 2015 Share
Sedan +3,1% 51,7% 58,4%
Crossover/SUV +41,5% 37,5% 30,9%
MPV +17,9% 10,8% 10,7%

Fueling the growth as well as the shift towards local brands has been the demand for low cost crossovers. Local manufacturers have quickly played in to this demand by launching a flood of cheap crossovers at a pace no global brand could keep up with. As a result, sales of crossovers and SUVs surged 41,5% to 8,8 million in 2016, while deliveries of traditional sedans (including hatchbacks and station wagons) grew by just 3,1% to 12,1 million, after showing a shock decrease in volume in December. MPV sales increased 17,9% to 2,6 million. Sales of domestic crossovers did even better at +50,6% to over 5 million units. Read more about the success of these models in our success stories of 2016 article.

Newcomers

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Chery_Arrizo_5-sedanIn 2016, 93 new nameplates were launched in China, an average of almost 8 per month. Of these new nameplates, more than two thirds (65 to be exact) were from domestic brands and half of the new nameplates (47 models) were crossovers, 36 were sedans and 10 MPVs. The best selling newcomer in 2016 is the Hyundai Elantra Lingdong with 132.210 sales, followed by the Chery Arrizo 5 with 128.932 sales and the Geely Boyue with 109.209 sales. All three were launched in March. Looking at average monthly sales, the Roewe RX5 is the most popular new nameplate with just over 15.000 monthly sales since its launch in July. It’s followed by the Hyundai Verna Yuena (New Verna) with 13.500 monthly sales since October and the Elantra Lingdong with 13.200 monthly sales.

Auto-sales-statistics-China-SWM_X7-SUVWe also welcomed 5 all-new brands in 2016, all with a Chinese background, the most successful being the rebirth of the German Borgward brand with 30.000 sales of its BX7 crossover since July, followed by SWM Motor with 25.700 sales of its X7 SUV from September and Hanteng with 16.120 sales of its X7 SUV (I know, it’s a popular name…) since October. Bisu, a brand with ties to Beijing Automotive (BAIC) sold 2.900 units of its two models M3 MPV and T3 crossover in December, while Qiteng sold the same number of its EX80 MPV since January. Three foreign brands started Chinese production with a local partner in 2016 as well: Dongfeng-Renault was the most successful, selling 30.000 units of its Kadjar (since March) and Koleos (since November) crossovers, while GAC-Acura sold 6.800 copies of its CDX China-exclusive crossover since August and Chery-Jaguar sold 5.600 units of its long wheelbase XFL since September.

Model Sales Launch Avg. Monthly sales Type Origin
Hyundai Elantra Lingdong 132.210 March 13.221 Sedan South-Korea
Chery Arrizo 5 128.938 March 12.894 Sedan China
Geely Boyue 109.209 March 10.921 SUV China
Roewe RX5 90.033 July 15.006 SUV China
Dongfeng Fengguang 580 86.658 May 10.832 MPV China
Changan CX70 80.636 April 8.960 SUV China
BAIC Beijing Senova X35 74.182 May 9.273 SUV China
Kia KX5 62.254 March 6.225 SUV South-Korea
Geely Emgrand GS 60.521 May 7.565 Sedan China
Lifan Maiwei 51.843 April 5.760 SUV China
Chevrolet Cavalier 50.786 September 12.697 Sedan US
Baojun 310 50.021 September 12.505 Sedan China
Geely Vision X6 49.447 August 9.889 SUV China
Haval H7 48.903 April 5.434 SUV China
BYD Yuan 45.838 March 4.584 SUV China
FAW Xenia R7 43.056 May 5.382 SUV China
Zotye SR7 40.879 February 3.716 SUV China
Hyundai Verna Yuena 40.389 Oktober 13.463 Sedan South-Korea
Mazda CX-4 37.719 June 5.388 SUV Japan
Dongfeng Fengshen AX3 37.136 January 3.095 SUV China
Volkswagen Sportsvan 36.434 April 4.048 MPV Europe
Cadillac XT5 34.775 April 3.864 SUV US
Chery Tiggo 7 34.177 September 8.544 SUV China
Geely Emgrand GL 30.037 September 7.509 Sedan China
Borgward BX7 30.015 July 5.003 SUV China
Land Rover Discovery Sport 26.557 May 3.320 SUV Europe
Jeep Renegade 25.916 June 3.702 SUV US
SWM X7 25.688 September 6.422 SUV China
Chery Cowin X3 24.013 July 4.002 SUV China
Renault Kadjar 23.999 March 2.400 SUV Europe
Dongfeng Fengxing SX6 23.620 Oktober 7.873 SUV China
BAIC Beijing Weiwang S50 23.423 April 2.603 SUV China
BAW BJ20 17.783 August 3.557 SUV China
Geely Emgrand EV 17.181 February 1.562 Sedan China
Mercedes-Benz GLC 17.096 November 8.548 SUV Europe
Changhe Q25 16.419 March 1.642 SUV China
Hanteng X7 16.117 Oktober 5.372 SUV China
Changhe Q35 16.032 August 3.206 SUV China
Roewe 550 hybrid 15.145 January 1.262 Sedan China
BMW 2-Series 14.400 March 1.440 MPV Europe
Zotye E200 13.154 February 1.196 Sedan China
BAIC Beijing Weiwang M50 13.153 Oktober 4.384 MPV China
Zotye Z700 13.101 January 1.092 Sedan China
Range Rover Evoque 12.759 May 1.595 SUV Europe
Qoros 5 SUV 10.878 March 1.088 SUV China
BYD Qin EV 10.182 May 1.273 Sedan China
Chery Cowin V3 10.178 July 1.696 MPV China
Zotye SR9 10.033 November 5.017 SUV China
Honda Avancier 9.456 Oktober 3.152 SUV Japan
Karry K60 9.453 November 4.727 SUV China
GAC Trumpchi GS8 9.244 November 4.622 SUV China
Honda Gienia 9.227 Oktober 3.076 Sedan Japan
Peugeot 4008 9.002 November 4.501 SUV Europe
Soueast DX3 8.535 December 8.535 SUV China
Volkswagen C-Trek 8.374 November 4.187 Sedan Europe
Haima V70 7.828 May 979 MPV China
Acura CDX 6.842 July 1.140 SUV China
Foton Gratour 6.353 Oktober 2.118 SUV China
JAC IEV6S 6.327 September 1.582 Sedan China
Renault Koleos 6.027 November 3.014 SUV Europe
Cadillac CT6 5.830 January 486 Sedan US
Jaguar XFL 5.644 September 1.411 Sedan Europe
Mercedes-Benz V-Class 5.334 May 667 MPV Europe
Enranger (Yingzhi) 727 4.403 March 440 MPV China
FAW Jumper A70 4.340 August 868 Sedan China
Chery Cowin C3 4.154 July 692 Sedan China
BAIC EC180 4.128 December 4.128 Sedan China
Citroën C6 4.079 September 1.020 Sedan Europe
Luxgen 3 3.832 July 639 Sedan China
Roewe E950 3.377 May 422 Sedan China
Volkswagen Phideon 3.307 September 827 Sedan Europe
Qiteng EX80 2.918 January 243 MPV China
GAC Trumpchi GA8 2.909 May 364 Sedan China
Bisu M3 2.597 December 2.597 MPV China
Venucia T90 2.481 December 2.481 SUV China
Nissan Maxima 2.279 April 253 Sedan Japan
Dongfeng Fengshen AX5 2.246 December 2.246 SUV China
Kandi K17 1.896 August 632 Sedan China
Enranger (Yingzhi) G5 1.805 Oktober 602 SUV China
Dongfeng A9 1.768 April 196 Sedan China
DS 4S 1.739 March 174 Sedan Europe
Volkswagen Tiguan L 1.650 December 1.650 SUV Europe
Kandi K12 1.349 November 675 Sedan China
Volvo S90 968 December 968 Sedan Europe
BAW BJ80C 779 April 87 SUV China
Kandi K10 703 December 703 Sedan China
Yema E70 576 August 576 SUV China
JAC Refine A60 376 December 376 Sedan China
Bisu T3 320 December 320 SUV China
Jeep Compass 300 December 300 SUV US
Hawtai E80 270 August 54 Sedan China

Brand ranking

We usually don’t publish a brand ranking for China, because the data only includes sales of locally produced models and exclude imports, which can be a bit misleading sometimes. For example: Audi sold a total of 591.554 vehicles in 2016 (+3,6%), compared to BMW‘s 516.355 sales (+11%) and 472.844 (+27%) for Mercedes-Benz, but in the ranking below you can see that the latter two have a higher share of imported vehicles in those figures, which distorts the comparison. The only other brands we have import sales available for are Nissan (total 1,35 million, up 8,4%), Honda (total 1,25 million, up 24%) and Toyota (total 1,2 million, up 8,2%), and again this looks much different from the picture painted when only looking at locally produced models with Nissan trailing its two rivals. Keep this in mind when analyzing the stats below. 

  Brand 2016 2015 Change 2015 rank
1 Volkswagen 3.006.215 2.666.360 12,7% 1
2 Buick 1.229.804 1.035.372 18,8% 3
3 Honda 1.196.664 980.662 22,0% 5
4 Changan 1.149.820 937.980 22,6% 6
5 Hyundai 1.142.016 1.062.925 7,4% 2
6 Toyota 1.064.704 1.010.178 5,4% 4
7 Nissan 1.015.605 891.361 13,9% 7
8 Ford 951.396 870.652 9,3% 8
9 Haval 938.019 662.475 41,6% 10
10 Geely 778.896 532.384 46,3% 14
11 Baojun 760.292 502.872 51,2% 17
12 BAIC 711.246 524.022 35,7% 15
13 Dongfeng 680.617 537.097 26,7% 13
14 Wuling 667.629 678.938 -1,7% 9
15 Kia 650.001 616.096 5,5% 12
16 Chevrolet 538.671 636.518 -15,4% 11
17 Audi 536.289 509.998 5,2% 16
18 Chery 505.452 408.733 23,7% 19
19 BYD 494.116 452.488 9,2% 18
20 GAC 371.006 190.123 95,1% 31
21 JAC 366.114 346.175 5,8% 21
22 Peugeot 349.356 406.738 -14,1% 20
23 Skoda 330.088 279.462 18,1% 24
24 Zotye 328.875 213.386 54,1% 29
25 Mercedes-Benz 326.690 255.270 28,0% 25
26 BMW 310.000 287.000 8,0% 23
27 Mazda 269.546 226.926 18,8% 26
28 Huansu 268.535 223.327 20,2% 28
29 Citroën 248.509 298.080 -16,6% 22
30 SAIC Roewe 241.328 99.639 142,2% 36
31 Haima 212.309 180.678 17,5% 32
32 FAW 185.707 225.841 -17,8% 27
33 Brilliance 162.147 161.691 0,3% 33
34 Suzuki 156.324 199.210 -21,5% 30
35 Jeep 133.009 8.005 New 62
36 Venucia 114.383 123.772 -7,6% 35
37 Cadillac 111.532 53.086 110,1% 44
38 Lifan 105.659 133.140 -20,6% 34
39 Soueast 100.791 67.993 48,2% 40
40 Leopaard 93.240 45.027 107,1% 46
41 SAIC MG 80.389 70.377 14,2% 39
42 Landwind 80.002 43.099 85,6% 47
43 Hawtai 73.016 71.172 2,6% 38
44 Karry 72.830 50.103 45,4% 45
45 Jinbei 71.399 32.244 121,4% 49
46 Volvo 70.345 66.994 5,0% 41
47 Changhe 65.156 24.871 162,0% 52
48 Mitsubishi 59.139 62.469 -5,3% 42
49 Land Rover 51.227 0 New  
50 Jiangling 41.639 19.655 111,8% 56
51 Luxgen 40.503 60.315 -32,8% 43
52 Yema 39.212 40.783 -3,9% 48
53 Enranger (Yingzhi) 34.324 20.805 65,0% 55
54 Great Wall 30.831 90.755 -66,0% 37
55 Renault 30.026 0 New
56 Borgward 30.015 0 New
57 Infiniti 26.131 25.467 2,6% 51
58 SWM Motor 25.688 0 New
59 Qoros 24.188 14.247 69,8% 58
60 Zhi Dou 20.292 6.164 229,2% 65
61 SAIC Maxus 18.570 13.985 32,8% 59
62 DS 16.156 21.451 -24,7% 54
63 Hanteng 16.117 0 New
64 Foton 14.382 6.509 121,0% 64
65 Zhongxing ZX Auto 12.808 17.525 -26,9% 57
66 Fiat 12.699 31.481 -59,7% 50
67 Acura 6.842 0 New
68 Jonway 5.989 6.786 -11,7% 63
69 Jaguar 5.644 0 New
70 Huasong 4.529 9.996 -54,7% 60
71 Everus 4.173 3.521 18,5% 67
72 Jiangnan 3.822 9.188 -58,4% 61
73 Qiteng 2.918 0 New
74 Bisu 2.917 0 New
75 Denza 2.287 2.888 -20,8% 68
76 Ciimo 1.176 2.354 -50,0% 69
77 Gonow 311 23.763 -98,7% 53
78 Huanghai 50 4.829 -99,0% 66

Volkswagen retains its titel of best selling brand in China, even though it loses market share as it grows slower than the overall market. Still, for the first time ever VW tops 3 million sales from its two Joint Ventures with FAW and SAIC , and China remains its biggest market by far. Buick holds on to the #2 spot thanks to an 18,8% increase. The brand sold just over 1 million more cars with its partner SAIC than it did in the US in 2016, but Honda and Changan are closing in quickly, both with sales up 22% or more. Hyundai (+7,4%) is kicked off the Chinese podium by these two fast-growing brands, which also pass Toyota (+5,4%), as both brands lose a significant chunk of market share. Nissan is closing in on its Japanese rival as well with sales up 13,9%. These 7 brands all sell over a million units in China. Ford misses that mark by 50.000 units and adds just 9,3% to its volume. The biggest gainers in the top-10 are Haval (+41,6%) and Geely, which makes an entrance among the 10 best selling brands in China with sales up 46,3%. That means Wuling is kicked down from #9 to #14 with sales down 1,7% (and the only brand in the top-15 not to set a new sales record), overtaken by Baojun ( +51,2%), BAIC (including Huansu, +35,7%) and Dongfeng (+26,7%). These four brands also pass Kia (+5,5%), but the latter stays in the top-15 as Chevrolet loses 5 spots with sales down 15,4%. GAC Trumpchi gains 11 places to enter the top-20 with sales almost doubled, while Peugeot is kicked out of the top-20 with sales down 14,1%, being threatened by Skoda (+18,1%).

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Zotye benefits from its controversial design at +54,2% as many Chinese car buyers apparently don’t care about copyright infringements. Mercedes-Benz (+28%) passes BMW (+8%) in sales of locally produced models, but still trails in total volume as you’ve seen above. Citroën loses volume for the second consecutive year and is back to below its 2013 volume and its lowest market share since its arrival in China in the mid-80s at just above 1%. SAIC Roewe (+142,2%) enters the top-30 at the cost of FAW (-17,8%), while Brilliance has been unable to keep up its fast growth from the first quarter to end 2016 virtually stable.

Suzuki is the biggest loser in the brands top-50 with sales down 21,5%, which means it lost a third of its market share in 2016. Jeep has been one of the best selling import brands in China and finally started local production of no less than 3 of its smaller models in a Joint Venture with Guangzhou Auto (GAC), which already produced cars for Fiat. And while the two Italian models are commercial failures, Jeep has hit the jackpot, with over 100.000 sales of the Cherokee in its first full year and 26.000 Renegade sales in 7 months. The launch of the Compass in December means the brand will grow even further this year, as described in our predictions for 2017 article. Fellow American brand Cadillac has seen its sales double, helped by the introduction of 2 new nameplates and continued improvement of its existing models. China is bound to become Cadillac‘s biggest market and depending on whether it can keep up this rate of growth, that will happen either this year or next. Volvo has had a transition year in 2016, preparing for the arrival of the highly anticipated S90 flagship, which arrived in showrooms in December.

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Mitsubishi, which lost two thirds of its volume in Q1, has recovered nicely in the second half of the year thanks to the addition of the Outlander for local production with partner GAC, and sales were down just 5% for the year. We also finally got our hands on sales figures of the locally produced Land Rover models with JV partner Chery: over 50.000 units in 8 months time. Unfortunately we haven’t been able to find data from before May, even though both models have been sold since 2015.

Great Wall, having enormous success with its Haval SUV brand, has reduced its namesake Great Wall passenger car brand to just a single model and is likely to continue focusing on Haval in the future. Qoros has finally had a (kind of) breakthrough with sales up 70% thanks to the Qoros 5 SUV, but the 24.000 sales still are far from its ambitions and its production capacity of 150.000 units.

Models ranking

The Wuling Hongguang is virtually stable at around 650.000 sales, but the Haval H6 is closing in fast, already taking the #1 position in November. That means the Volkswagen Lavida is down into 3rd place but still best selling sedan, although it was outsold by the Nissan Sylphy in the last two months of the year. Bit gainers are the GAC Trumpchi GS4 from 44th to #9 and the Baojun 560 from 40th to #10, kicking the Volkswagen Santana and the Hyundai Elantra Langdon out of the top-10. Further down we see the Buick Weilang and Hyundai Tucson enter the top-30 while the Nissan Qashqai jumps from outside the top-100 to #45. Other notable gainers are the Honda Civic from outside the top-150 to #85 and the Skoda Superb from #210 to #154. The JMC Yusheng, thanks to the new generation S350 and the addition of the S330, doubles its volume and jumps from #204 to #161. The Skoda Rapid Spaceback, in its third year on the market, also doubles its volume and jumps from #243 to #199.

Rank Model 2016 2015 Change 2015 rank
1 Wuling Hongguang 650.018 655.531 -0,8% 1
2 Haval H6 580.683 373.229 55,6% 3
3 Volkswagen Lavida 478.699 379.069 26,3% 2
4 Buick Excelle XT/GT 370.375 290.213 27,6% 6
5 Baojun 730 370.169 321.069 15,3% 5
6 Nissan Sylphy 367.979 334.087 10,1% 4
7 Volkswagen Jetta 348.437 274.932 26,7% 8
8 Volkswagen Sagitar 341.331 279.887 22,0% 7
9 GAC Trumpchi GS4 326.906 131.016 149,5% 44
10 Baojun 560 321.555 145.007 121,8% 40
11 Volkswagen Santana 314.045 255.968 22,7% 10
12 Toyota Corolla 307.360 254.301 20,9% 12
13 Ford Escort 296.867 214.362 38,5% 16
14 Buick Envision 275.383 162.941 69,0% 32
15 Hyundai Elantra Langdon 253.804 267.166 -5,0% 9
16 Volkswagen Tiguan 240.510 255.751 -6,0% 11
17 Ford Focus 225.924 246.085 -8,2% 14
18 Geely EC7 223.781 206.226 8,5% 18
19 Volkswagen Bora 222.279 204.280 8,8% 20
20 Changan CS75 209.353 186.623 12,2% 23
21 JAC Refine S3 197.947 196.779 0,6% 21
22 Haval H2 196.926 168.517 16,9% 27
23 Kia K3 193.408 156.033 24,0% 34
24 Chevrolet Cruze 189.106 246.088 -23,2% 13
25 Volkswagen Passat 188.214 205.794 -8,5% 19
26 Honda CR-V 180.319 156.608 15,1% 33
27 Nissan X-Trail 180.202 166.385 8,3% 28
28 Volkswagen Golf 178.791 192.410 -7,1% 22
29 Buick Weilang (Verano) 177.202 49.336 259,2% 124
30 Hyundai Tucson 176.698 53.592 229,7% 113
31 Changan CS35 172.712 169.332 2,0% 26
32 Volkswagen Polo 172.271 163.252 5,5% 31
33 Volkswagen Magotan 171.283 155.507 10,1% 35
34 Honda Vezel 164.076 126.838 29,4% 47
35 Honda XR-V 161.711 118.749 36,2% 53
36 Toyota Levin 159.071 125.699 26,5% 49
37 Changan Eado 156.372 182.332 -14,2% 24
38 Skoda Octavia 155.098 150.028 3,4% 37
39 Kia K2 154.130 164.114 -6,1% 30
40 Changan Honor 152.607 142.263 7,3% 42
41 Hyundai Mistra 148.254 154.603 -4,1% 36
42 BMW 5-Series L 143.779 147.200 -2,3% 39
43 Volkswagen Lamando 143.145 104.214 37,4% 65
44 Chevrolet Sail 140.283 216.627 -35,2% 15
45 Nissan Qashqai 139.684 60.072 132,5% 105
46 Geely FC Vision 137.687 121.969 12,9% 50
47 Honda Accord 136.245 128.126 6,3% 45
48 Audi A6L 135.730 147.977 -8,3% 38
49 Mazda3 Axela 132.784 94.108 41,1% 70
50 Hyundai Elantra Lingdong 132.210 0 New
51 BYD F3 130.114 143.453 -9,3% 41
52 Audi Q5 129.453 114.000 13,6% 59
53 Chery Arrizo 5 128.938 0 New
54 Ford Edge 123.690 65.152 89,8% 94
55 BAIC Beijing Weiwang M30 121.153 23.344 419,0% 186
56 Chery Tiggo 3 118.414 120.357 -1,6% 51
57 Changan Oushang 118.185 972 New 368
58 Toyota Vios 117.041 114.467 2,2% 58
59 Hyundai Verna 116.513 213.678 -45,5% 17
60 Toyota RAV4 116.389 116.731 -0,3% 55
61 Ford Kuga 115.083 135.194 -14,9% 43
62 Honda Fit 113.597 95.963 18,4% 69
63 Hyundai ix25 113.468 102.755 10,4% 66
64 Zotye T600 112.691 126.121 -10,6% 48
65 Geely Boyue 109.209 0 New
66 Jeep Cherokee 106.793 8.005 1234,1% 278
67 BAIC Beijing Huansu H3 106.634 17.537 508,1% 214
68 Mercedes-Benz C-Class L 105.400 85.080 23,9% 75
69 Buick Excelle 105.033 176.242 -40,4% 25
70 Brilliance V3 103.342 75.293 37,3% 82
71 Ford Mondeo 103.274 120.202 -14,1% 52
72 Haima S5 102.607 65.226 57,3% 93
73 Toyota Camry 100.611 128.046 -21,4% 46
74 Peugeot 408 100.156 107.088 -6,5% 63
75 BYD Song 100.042 13.769 626,6% 242
76 BAIC Beijing Huansu S3 98.377 164.436 -40,2% 29
77 Dongfeng Fengguang 330 98.039 99.622 -1,6% 67
78 Audi A4L 97.421 115.149 -15,4% 57
79 BMW 3-Series L 96.921 98.600 -1,7% 68
80 Toyota Highlander 92.000 75.205 22,3% 83
81 Dongfeng Fengxing Lingzhi (Future) 90.700 115.936 -21,8% 56
82 Nissan Teana 90.279 111.774 -19,2% 60
83 Zotye Damai X5 90.039 23.921 276,4% 182
84 Roewe RX5 90.033 0 New
85 Honda Civic 90.014 32.686 175,4% 152
86 Audi Q3 88.901 68.519 29,7% 87
87 Honda Crider 87.399 116.759 -25,1% 54
88 Citroën C-Elysee 87.132 93.655 -7,0% 72
89 Dongfeng Fengguang 580 86.658 0 New
90 Chevrolet Malibu 85.180 80.222 6,2% 80
91 Audi A3 84.784 64.353 31,7% 96
92 Roewe 360 82.861 24.697 235,5% 180
93 Leopaard CS10 82.680 36.625 125,7% 148
94 BAIC Beijing Senova X25 81.359 5.753 1314,2% 303
95 Buick LaCrosse 80.966 85.005 -4,8% 76
96 Changan CX70 80.636 0 New
97 Buick GL8 79.600 78.985 0,8% 81
98 Nissan Lannia 78.976 27.844 183,6% 171
99 Kia Sportage R 78.176 81.522 -4,1% 79
100 Changan CS15 77.943 40 New 391
101 Soueast DX7 Bolang 76.304 29.844 155,7% 163
102 Peugeot 308 75.123 87.359 -14,0% 74
103 Nissan Sunny 74.413 90.582 -17,9% 73
104 BAIC Beijing Senova X35 74.182 0 New
105 Peugeot 301 73.641 67.970 8,3% 89
106 Citroën C3-XR 73.461 66.487 10,5% 91
107 Changan Alsvin 72.440 71.787 0,9% 85
108 Venucia T70 72.399 63.195 14,6% 99
109 Buick Encore 71.945 82.013 -12,3% 78
110 Hyundai ix35 71.938 105.872 -32,1% 64
111 Honda City 70.837 50.304 40,8% 122
112 Dongfeng Joyear SUV 70.639 84.124 -16,0% 77
113 Dongfeng Fengguang 370 70.634 19.271 266,5% 205
114 Mercedes-Benz GLK 70.204 62.345 12,6% 101
115 Volkswagen Gran Lavida 69.432 93.763 -25,9% 71
116 Buick Regal 69.300 110.637 -37,4% 61
117 Haval H1 69.232 74.571 -7,2% 84
118 Kia KX3 68.913 47.432 45,3% 128
119 Skoda Rapid 67.149 57.568 16,6% 109
120 Mercedes-Benz GLA 66.909 42.662 56,8% 136
121 BYD S7 65.360 110.074 -40,6% 62
122 JAC Refine M1 64.523 58.428 10,4% 108
123 Toyota Yaris 63.443 64.724 -2,0% 95
124 Geely King Kong 63.413 57.387 10,5% 110
125 Dongfeng Fengxing S500 63.278 10.858 482,8% 258
126 Dongfeng Fengshen AX7 62.741 64.073 -2,1% 97
127 Karry K50 62.301 48.899 27,4% 126
128 Kia KX5 62.254 0 New
129 Geely Emgrand GS 60.521 0 New
130 Jinbei 750 57.468 20.230 184,1% 201
131 Mercedes-Benz E-Class L 57.439 60.102 -4,4% 103
132 Chery Tiggo 5 55.075 67.984 -19,0% 88
133 BMW X1 54.900 41.200 33,3% 139
134 Citroën C4 sedan 51.954 7.521 590,8% 283
135 Lifan Maiwei 51.843 0 New
136 Geely Borui / GC9 51.828 32.562 59,2% 153
137 Changan Benni 50.968 47.277 7,8% 129
138 Chevrolet Cavalier 50.786 0 New
139 Baojun 310 50.021 0 New
140 Geely Vision X6 49.447 0 New
141 Mazda CX-5 49.147 45.110 8,9% 132
142 MG GS 48.937 43.678 12,0% 133
143 Haval H7 48.903 0 New
144 JAC Refine S2 47.902 26.718 79,3% 172
145 Volkswagen Touran 46.703 32.494 43,7% 154
146 BYD Yuan 45.838 0 New
147 BAIC Beijing Huansu S6 45.345 5.883 670,8% 300
148 Peugeot 3008 44.293 67.501 -34,4% 90
149 FAW Xenia R7 43.056 0 New
150 Haima M5 42.757 49.422 -13,5% 123
151 Roewe 350 42.583 52.391 -18,7% 115
152 Ford EcoSport 42.393 56.465 -24,9% 111
153 Chery Fulwin 2 42.213 63.769 -33,8% 98
154 Skoda Superb 41.692 18.448 126,0% 210
155 Suzuki Vitara 41.175 4.550 804,9% 313
156 Honda Greiz 41.107 13.077 214,3% 246
157 Zotye SR7 40.879 38.919 5,0% 142
158 Hyundai Verna Yuena 40.389 0 New
159 Nissan Tiida Hatchback 40.320 52.197 -22,8% 116
160 Honda Odyssey 40.029 45.228 -11,5% 131
161 JMC Yusheng 40.012 19.655 103,6% 204
162 FAW Besturn B30 39.515 8.831 347,5% 273
163 Volvo XC60 39.374 36.634 7,5% 147
164 Yema T70 37.818 35.393 6,9% 149
165 Mazda CX-4 37.719 0 New
166 Cadillac ATS-L 37.636 30.801 22,2% 162
167 Chevrolet Trax 37.636 50.736 -25,8% 120
168 Dongfeng Fengshen AX3 37.136 0 New
169 Toyota Prado 37.090 23.731 56,3% 183
170 Hawtai New Santa Fe 37.022 36.636 1,1% 146
171 Volkswagen Sportsvan 36.434 0 New
172 Hyundai Sonata 8 (YF) 35.998 69.158 -47,9% 86
173 Changan Alsvin V3 (Yuexiang) 35.982 51.925 -30,7% 117
174 Mitsubishi ASX 35.146 50.781 -30,8% 119
175 Venucia R50 / D50 34.836 51.175 -31,9% 118
176 Cadillac XT5 34.775 0 New
177 Kia K5 34.623 38.316 -9,6% 143
178 Mazda6 Atenza 34.246 42.000 -18,5% 137
179 Chery Tiggo 7 34.177 0 New
180 Ford Taurus 34.043 6.376 433,9% 294
181 FAW Besturn B50 33.895 59.274 -42,8% 107
182 BYD F5 Suri 33.539 62.683 -46,5% 100
183 Cadillac XTS 33.291 22.285 49,4% 193
184 Changhe Freedom M50 32.705 24.871 31,5% 178
185 Haima M3 32.692 31.482 3,8% 159
186 Kia K4 32.642 62.147 -47,5% 102
187 Honda Jade 32.024 52.636 -39,2% 114
188 Peugeot 2008 31.831 49.229 -35,3% 125
189 BYD Tang 31.405 18.375 70,9% 211
190 BAIC Beijing Senova X55 31.298 1.502 1983,8% 354
191 Honda Elysion 31.012 7.404 318,9% 284
192 Luxgen U6 SUV 30.817 47.888 -35,6% 127
193 Toyota Crown 30.251 26.017 16,3% 175
194 Geely Emgrand GL 30.037 0 New
195 Borgward BX7 30.015 0 New
196 Volvo S60L 29.566 24.960 18,5% 177
197 Suzuki Beidouxing (Big Dipper) 29.238 50.328 -41,9% 121
198 Volkswagen CC 29.148 31.970 -8,8% 157
199 Skoda Rapid Spaceback 27.527 13.364 106,0% 243
200 Brilliance H330 27.419 40.828 -32,8% 140
201 Great Wall Voleex C30 27.407 34.005 -19,4% 150
202 JAC Refine S5 26.931 29.570 -8,9% 164
203 Land Rover Discovery Sport 26.557 0 New
204 Skoda Yeti 26.350 22.981 14,7% 189
205 Jeep Renegade 25.916 0 New
206 SWM X7 25.688 0 New
207 Chery Cowin X3 24.013 0 New
208 Renault Kadjar 23.999 0 New
209 Dongfeng Fengxing SX6 23.620 0 New
210 Honda Spirior 23.487 22.955 2,3% 190
211 BAIC Beijing Weiwang S50 23.423 0 New
212 Haval H5 23.300 23.212 0,4% 187
213 Dongfeng Fengshen A60 23.173 11.479 101,9% 255
214 Hyundai Santa Fe 22.438 33.356 -32,7% 151
215 BYD Qin 22.097 31.898 -30,7% 158
216 Chevrolet Captiva 21.956 32.357 -32,1% 155
217 Suzuki Alivio 21.896 20.494 6,8% 198
218 Hyundai Elantra Yuedong 21.092 42.728 -50,6% 135
219 BYD E6 20.605 7.029 193,1% 286
220 Nissan Murano 20.537 12.421 65,3% 250
221 FAW Besturn X80 19.775 54.600 -63,8% 112
222 Suzuki Swift 19.324 21.860 -11,6% 194
223 Hawtai Santa Fe 19.181 9.019 112,7% 271
224 BAIC Beijing Senova D50 EV 18.740 159 New 385
225 BAIC Beijing E-series 18.587 17.385 6,9% 216
226 Maxus G10 18.570 13.985 32,8% 240
227 Citroën C4L 18.472 41.209 -55,2% 138
228 Infiniti Q50L 18.047 17.413 3,6% 215
229 BAW BJ20 17.783 0 New
230 Wuling Journey 17.611 23.407 -24,8% 185
231 MG GT 17.325 7.745 123,7% 280
232 Geely Emgrand EV 17.181 0 New
233 Chery Arrizo 7 17.151 22.595 -24,1% 191
234 Chery QQ 17.141 23.053 -25,6% 188
235 Mercedes-Benz GLC 17.096 0 New
236 Toyota Corolla EX 17.091 46.340 -63,1% 130
237 Toyota Reiz 16.875 23.689 -28,8% 184
238 Enranger (Yingzhi) 737 16.835 14.113 19,3% 237
239 Mitsubishi Outlander 16.655 0 New
240 Changhe Q25 16.419 0 New
241 Zotye Z300 16.416 14.292 14,9% 235
242 Zotye Z100EV 16.241 15.467 5,0% 230
243 Chery E3 16.230 37.745 -57,0% 144
244 Lifan X50 16.119 29.567 -45,5% 165
245 Hanteng X7 16.117 0 New
246 Changhe Q35 16.032 0 New
247 Haima M6 16.018 11.040 45,1% 256
248 Chery eQ 16.017 7.262 120,6% 285
249 Lifan X60 15.888 43.247 -63,3% 134
250 BYD e5 15.639 1.426 996,7% 357
251 Geely GX7 15.298 59.930 -74,5% 106
252 Roewe 550 hybrid 15.145 0 New
253 Dongfeng Fengshen H30 / S30 15.077 5.947 153,5% 298
254 BMW 2-Series 14.400 0 New
255 Chery E5 14.322 10.235 39,9% 261
256 BAIC Beijing Huansu H2 14.055 18.818 -25,3% 207
257 Jinbei Grace 13.931 12.014 16,0% 253
258 Chevrolet Lova RV 13.714 4.544 201,8% 314
259 Baojun 630 13.616 24.646 -44,8% 181
260 Zotye E200 13.154 0 New
261 BAIC Beijing Weiwang M50 13.153 0 New
262 Zotye Z700 13.101 0 New
263 ZX Auto GX3 12.808 12.395 3,3% 251
264 Range Rover Evoque 12.759 0 New
265 GAC Trumpchi GA6 12.746 9.605 32,7% 267
266 Suzuki Alto 12.507 25.049 -50,1% 176
267 Skoda Fabia 12.272 17.073 -28,1% 220
268 FAW Jumper D60 12.242 29.316 -58,2% 167
269 JAC J3 Heyue A13 12.042 11.902 1,2% 254
270 Lifan Lotto 11.856 12.801 -7,4% 248
271 Suzuki S-Cross 11.851 30.812 -61,5% 161
272 MG3 11.828 14.692 -19,5% 233
273 Suzuki Liana 11.756 28.704 -59,0% 169
274 FAW Tianjin Xiali (Charade) 11.672 26.658 -56,2% 173
275 Haval H9 11.504 13.961 -17,6% 241
276 Enranger (Yingzhi) G3 11.281 6.692 68,6% 290
277 Zhi Dou D1 EV 11.201 2.387 369,3% 335
278 Changan CX20 10.908 40.366 -73,0% 141
279 Qoros 5 SUV 10.878 0 New
280 BYD F0 10.865 15.836 -31,4% 226
281 Leopaard Q6 10.560 3.965 166,3% 318
282 Nissan NV200 10.460 9.403 11,2% 269
283 BYD Qin EV 10.182 0 New
284 Chery Cowin V3 10.178 0 New
285 Hawtai E70 10.035 17.122 -41,4% 219
286 Zotye SR9 10.033 0 New
287 DS6 10.004 15.203 -34,2% 231
288 Dongfeng Joyear S50 9.901 9.737 1,7% 266
289 Brilliance V5 9.661 28.505 -66,1% 170
290 Honda Avancier 9.456 0 New
291 Karry K60 9.453 0 New
292 Kia Sportage 9.302 29.461 -68,4% 166
293 GAC Trumpchi GS8 9.244 0 New
294 Honda Gienia 9.227 0 New
295 BAW BJ40 9.217 3.849 139,5% 320
296 Zhi Dou D2 EV 9.091 3.777 140,7% 321
297 Peugeot 4008 9.002 0 New
298 Nissan Livina 8.763 17.800 -50,8% 212
299 Brilliance M2 Junjie FRV 8.739 3.569 144,9% 323
300 Suzuki Tianyu SX4 8.577 14.915 -42,5% 232
301 Soueast DX3 8.535 0 New
302 Volkswagen C-Trek 8.374 0 New
303 BAIC Beijing Senova X65 8.372 22.403 -62,6% 192
304 Citroën C-Quatre Sedan 8.369 66.240 -87,4% 92
305 Soueast V5 Lingzhi 8.346 15.796 -47,2% 228
306 Peugeot 308S 8.306 10.617 -21,8% 260
307 Qoros 3 8.231 6.630 24,1% 291
308 Haima S7 8.203 18.757 -56,3% 209
309 Infiniti QX50 8.084 8.054 0,4% 276
310 BAW BJ212 8.042 5.460 47,3% 305
311 Mazda6 Classical 8.039 29.150 -72,4% 168
312 Volkswagen CrossPolo 7.867 14.483 -45,7% 234
313 JAC J5 Heyue 7.859 15.975 -50,8% 225
314 Haima V70 7.828 0 New
315 Geely Panda EV 7.797 20.390 -61,8% 199
316 Kia Cerato 7.786 10.873 -28,4% 257
317 FAW Vita Weizhi Sedan 7.740 8.036 -3,7% 277
318 FAW Xenia 7.633 14.070 -45,7% 239
319 Fiat Viaggio 7.618 21.399 -64,4% 196
320 Kia Forte 7.615 24.704 -69,2% 179
321 Dongfeng Fengdu MX6 7.590 14.226 -46,6% 236
322 GAC Trumpchi GA3S 7.533 20.841 -63,9% 197
323 GAC Trumpchi GS5 7.526 26.327 -71,4% 174
324 Haval H8 7.471 8.985 -16,9% 272
325 Ford Everest 7.407 4.950 49,6% 309
326 Changan Ouliwei 7.181 37.522 -80,9% 145
327 Geely Panda 7.178 14.107 -49,1% 238
328 Peugeot 508 7.004 16.648 -57,9% 223
329 Soueast V3 Lingyue 7.000 20.025 -65,0% 203
330 Acura CDX 6.842 0 New
331 Toyota E’Z 6.675 9.414 -29,1% 268
332 Dongfeng Succe 6.538 9.773 -33,1% 265
333 Hawtai B11 6.508 595 993,8% 371
334 BAIC Beijing Senova D50 6.470 60.078 -89,2% 104
335 Foton Gratour 6.353 0 New
336 JAC IEV6S 6.327 0 New
337 Brilliance H230 6.188 4.470 38,4% 315
338 Honda Crosstour 6.124 13.329 -54,1% 244
339 Renault Koleos 6.027 0 New
340 Jonway A380 5.989 6.786 -11,7% 287
341 Zotye Z500 5.840 16.831 -65,3% 221
342 Cadillac CT6 5.830 0 New
343 Jaguar XFL 5.644 0 New
344 Foton MPX 5.633 5.429 3,8% 306
345 Mercedes-Benz V-Class 5.334 0 New
346 Hyundai Sonata Moinca 5.323 6.713 -20,7% 289
347 Fiat Ottimo 5.081 10.082 -49,6% 263
348 Qoros 3 City SUV 5.079 7.617 -33,3% 281
349 Citroën C5 5.042 21.699 -76,8% 195
350 Baojun Le Chi (Spark) 4.931 12.150 -59,4% 252
351 Dongfeng Fengshen A30 4.908 12.618 -61,1% 249
352 Lifan 620 4.750 10.206 -53,5% 262
353 FAW Besturn B70 4.599 19.129 -76,0% 206
354 BYD G5 4.562 17.247 -73,5% 217
355 Changan Raeton 4.533 7.541 -39,9% 282
356 Huasong7 4.529 9.996 -54,7% 264
357 Enranger (Yingzhi) 727 4.403 0 New
358 FAW Jumper A70 4.340 0 New
359 Volkswagen Gran Santana 4.295 20.241 -78,8% 200
360 Everus (Linian) S1 4.173 3.521 18,5% 325
361 Chery Cowin C3 4.154 0 New
362 BAIC EC180 4.128 0 New
363 BAIC Beijing Huansu S2 4.124 16.653 -75,2% 222
364 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport 4.087 5.600 -27,0% 304
365 Citroën C6 4.079 0 New
366 Brilliance H530 4.014 2.916 37,7% 330
367 Zotye TT EV 3.957 1.984 99,4% 343
368 Hyundai Elantra 3.891 13.304 -70,8% 245
369 Luxgen 3 3.832 0 New
370 Jiangnan Alto 3.822 9.188 -58,4% 270
371 Mazda3 Xingcheng 3.709 6.752 -45,1% 288
372 Chery A3 3.674 16.322 -77,5% 224
373 Zotye Zhima E30 EV 3.471 572 506,8% 373
374 Great Wall Voleex C50 3.424 20.081 -82,9% 202
375 GAC Trumpchi GA5 3.401 2.334 45,7% 338
376 Roewe E950 3.377 0 New
377 Volkswagen Phideon 3.307 0 New
378 DS 5LS 3.184 4.972 -36,0% 308
379 BAIC Beijing Senova D20 3.071 30.987 -90,1% 160
380 Mercedes-Benz Vito 3.006 3.481 -13,6% 326
381 Dongfeng Joyear 2.943 32.034 -90,8% 156
382 Qiteng EX80 2.918 0 New
383 GAC Trumpchi GA8 2.909 0 New
384 Venucia R30 2.751 8.129 -66,2% 275
385 Zotye Z100 2.682 6.260 -57,2% 295
386 Bisu M3 2.597 0 New
387 Luxgen 5 Sedan 2.587 7.846 -67,0% 279
388 Venucia T90 2.481 0 New
389 Mazda CX-7 2.405 4.414 -45,5% 316
390 Dongfeng Fengshan L60 2.348 5.789 -59,4% 302
391 Denza EV 2.287 2.888 -20,8% 331
392 Nissan Maxima 2.279 0 New
393 Dongfeng Fengshen AX5 2.246 0 New
394 MG6 2.210 2.584 -14,5% 333
395 Roewe 550 2.150 17.147 -87,5% 218
396 Foton Sauvana 2.147 960 123,6% 369
397 Luxgen M7 MPV 2.029 574 253,5% 372
398 Roewe W5 1.948 3.286 -40,7% 327
399 JAC Heyue A30 1.945 4.615 -57,9% 312
400 BYD S6 1.928 18.780 -89,7% 208
401 Venucia Morning Wind EV 1.916 1.273 50,5% 363
402 Kandi K17 1.896 0 New
403 Enranger (Yingzhi) G5 1.805 0 New
404 Dongfeng A9 1.768 0 New
405 DS 4S 1.739 0 New
406 Roewe 950 1.727 1.548 11,6% 353
407 Volkswagen Tiguan L 1.650 0 New
408 Brilliance H220 1.644 3.018 -45,5% 329
409 Nissan Paladin 1.627 1.756 -7,3% 347
410 Mitsubishi Lancer EX 1.559 3.641 -57,2% 322
411 Roewe E50 EV 1.495 412 262,9% 377
412 Ford Fiesta 1.413 15.799 -91,1% 227
413 Chery Arrizo M7 1.386 4.631 -70,1% 311
414 Kandi K12 1.349 0 New
415 Lifan 530 1.349 5.359 -74,8% 307
416 Mercedes-Benz Viano 1.302 1.600 -18,6% 350
417 Ford Mondeo Classic 1.302 6.067 -78,5% 297
418 Geely TX4 1.300 1.804 -27,9% 346
419 Mazda8 1.262 1.695 -25,5% 348
420 Chery Arrizo 3 1.246 15.623 -92,0% 229
421 DS5 1.229 1.276 -3,7% 362
422 Luxgen Luxgen7 SUV 1.211 3.953 -69,4% 319
423 BYD M6 1.189 2.382 -50,1% 336
424 Ciimo Si Ming 1.176 2.354 -50,0% 337
425 Kia Soul 1.151 1.494 -23,0% 355
426 Chery Cowin 2 1.123 5.804 -80,7% 301
427 Karry Youya S22 1.076 1.204 -10,6% 364
428 BAIC Beijing Senova D70 997 1.438 -30,7% 356
429 Volvo S90 968 0 New
430 Mitsubishi Lancer 956 2.022 -52,7% 342
431 JMC E200 951 0 New
432 Lifan 630 927 4.097 -77,4% 317
433 Haima Freema 895 337 165,6% 379
434 Yema F16 818 3.068 -73,3% 328
435 FAW Vita V2 792 1.086 -27,1% 367
436 Toyota Land Cruiser 789 1.406 -43,9% 358
437 BAW BJ80C 779 0 New
438 BYD L3 746 8.737 -91,5% 274
439 GAC Trumpchi GA3 741 0 New
440 Kandi K10 703 0 New
441 Dongfeng Fengshen E30L 680 511 33,1% 375
442 JMC E100 676 0 New
443 Soueast V6 Lingshi 606 2.328 -74,0% 339
444 Yema E70 576 0 New
445 BAIC Beijing Senova CC 554 1.342 -58,7% 360
446 Haima1 Prince 519 2.313 -77,6% 340
447 BAW Yongshi 483 440 9,8% 376
448 Brilliance M1 Zunchi (BS6) 449 331 35,6% 380
449 Haima M8 435 512 -15,0% 374
450 BAIC Beijing Senova EV 431 243 77,4% 383
451 BAW Yusheng007 424 1.141 -62,8% 366
452 Volvo XC Classic 392 2.136 -81,6% 341
453 Mitsubishi Galant 378 113 234,5% 388
454 JAC Refine A60 376 0 New
455 Brilliance M2 Junjie (BS4) 359 654 -45,1% 370
456 FAW Besturn B90 358 1.377 -74,0% 359
457 Mitsubishi Zinger 358 306 17,0% 381
458 Lifan 320 356 2.663 -86,6% 332
459 Haima2 355 1.589 -77,7% 351
460 Brilliance M2 Junjie FSV 330 1.900 -82,6% 345
461 Bisu T3 320 0 New
462 Jeep Compass 300 0 New
463 Gonow Xinglang 279 17.551 -98,4% 213
464 Hawtai E80 270 0 New
465 JAC J2 Yueyue 262 1.910 -86,3% 344
466 Geely CK Freedom Ship 260 10.810 -97,6% 259
467 Foton Midi 249 120 107,5% 387
468 Mazda Ruiyi 235 3.545 -93,4% 324
469 Lifan 720 234 12.857 -98,2% 247
470 Zotye T200 195 1.553 -87,4% 352
471 Zotye E20 Zhidou EV 176 6.385 -97,2% 293
472 Lifan 330 119 6.415 -98,1% 292
473 FAW Oley 90 1.299 -93,1% 361
474 MG5 89 1.676 -94,7% 349
475 Nissan March 86 1.166 -92,6% 365
476 Huanghai Landscape V3 50 4.829 -99,0% 310
477 Volvo S60L PHEV 45 289 -84,4% 382
478 BAIC Beijing Senova D80 37 18 105,6% 393
479 Gonow Aoosed G5 32 6.212 -99,5% 296
480 BAW Luba 28 34 -17,6% 392
481 Luxgen Master CEO 27 54 -50,0% 390
482 Toyota Prius 18 408 -95,6% 378
483 Geely EC8 11 2.553 -99,6% 334
484 Roewe 750 9 158 -94,3% 386
485 Chevrolet Aveo 6 5.943 -99,9% 299
486 Meiya Minibus 5 2 150,0% 394
487 BYD T3 5 106 -95,3% 389
488 Chevrolet Epica 4 1 300,0% 395
489 Brilliance M3 Kubao 1 0 New
490 Kia Optima 1 0 New
491 Brilliance M2 Junjie Cross 1 207 -99,5% 384

 

About Bart Demandt

Bart is a 34-year old Dutchman who's always had a thing for cars, the automotive industry and statistics. He’s combined these passions by writing about them on CarSalesBase.com. His daily driver is an Alfa Romeo GT because he fell in love with the sound of the 3.2 V6 engine. And just like in a relationship with a woman, high maintenance costs sometimes bring him on the brink of a break-up, but true love will hopefully prevail.
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Comments

  1. Great Job! The 711.246 sales of BAIC icludes the sales of Huansu ?

    • Bart Demandt says:

      Thanks Michał!
      And yes indeed, the BAIC score includes Huansu, which is also published separately. I’ve also mentioned this in the post now, so thanks for pointing out the possible misunderstanding.
      For some of these corporations, the difference between brands and sub-brands isn’t crystal clear, and this is perhaps the most difficult of all, so I just decided to do both (-:

  2. Stephen Higley says:

    What a monumental job trying to bring some clarity to the rise and fall of various Chinese brands and models.
    Thanks for bringing some order to a difficult subject!

  3. Excellent article, thanks Bart. 🙂

  4. Bart Demandt says:

    Thanks for the compliments, Stephen and Steam!

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