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China car sales analysis February 2018

China-car-sales-graph-february-2018After a rather unexpected double digit gain in January, sales of domestic passenger cars in China are down 8,4% in February. However, the explanation for these swings is that the Chinese New Year celebrations fell in February this year, while last year they fell mostly in January (Jan. 27 – Feb. 2), which means fewer business days in February 2018. Compared to 2016, when the celebrations were in the second month as well, 2018 sales are up 10%. Combined sales figures for the first two months are still up 3,2% which is actually still above expectations, as the Chinese car market was expected to slightly decline in the early stages of this year. The Seasonally Adjusted Annualized selling Rate in February is up to 25,28 million, up 400.000 on January.  which is down by 1 million on January 2017 at 24,74 million.

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Roewe_RX3-SUVDue to the fewer business days this month, sales of crossovers and SUVs in China have declined for the first time since March 2009, down 1,9% in February, to 636.000 units. Sedan sales are down 11,25% to 685.000 units while MPV sales are down 20,5% to 133.800 units. For the first two months of the year, crossovers and SUVs are up 11,9%, sedans up 0,3% and MPVs down 18,4%. Within those figures, EV and PHEV sales almost double despite the Chinese New Year holiday, up 95% to 34.420 units. EV sales were up 68% to nearly 23.500 units and plug-in hybrid sales almost tripled to nearly 11.000. In the first two months of 2018, New Energy Vehicle deliveries tripled to 74.667 units, with EVs up 164% to over 50.000 units and PHEVs up 315% to 24.400 sales.
In the first two months, sales of EVs and plug-in hybrids totaled 74,667 vehicles, three times the tally in the same period last year. Over the two-month period, EV deliveries spiked 164 percent from the same period last year to 50,253 while plug-in hybrid volume shot up 315 percent to 24,414. The share of foreign brands stood at 53,7% in February, similar to the same month last year but down by almost 4 percentage points on January. Domestic Chinese brands were down 8,5% this month, while European brands lost just 2,4% and American brands were down 3,9%. Japanese brands, after a strong showing the month before, were down 8,2% but the Korean brands continue to struggle with a loss of 36,8% in February.

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Baojun_510-SUVAfter five consecutive months of scoring exactly one place below the Haval H6, rhe Baojun 510 finally manages to outsell its rival and becomes the best selling crossover in China. And it does so by a large margin of almost 10.000 sales. Unfortunately for the 510, this month the Wuling Hongguang is back in form and reclaims its traditional top spot by just 2.000 sales. However, the 510 is the best selling vehicle in China for the first two months combined, with just over 98.000 sales vs. 97.200 for the Hongguang. China’s best selling sedan is once again the Volkswagen Lavida just ahead of last month’s top selling sedan Toyota Corolla, but both are down by 15% or more. The Volkswagen Tiguan, Roewe RX5 and Geely Boyue make it 5 crossovers in the top-8, of which 4 from domestic brands.

Among notable performers are the Honda Accord (#25) and Audi A4L (#38) as both double up or more on last year. The Buick Verano (Wei Lang) is up 85% to #28 and the Chevrolet Sail (#31) is up 60%. The BYD Song (#46), Hyundai ix35 (#50) and Honda Avancier (#71) improve by more than 160% each, which allows the latter to outsell its rival Volkswagen Teramont for the first time since last October. At #80, the new generation MG6 is up more than 16-fold on the previous generation last year. The Cadillac XTS almost doubles up at #84, up 90,4%.

Newcomers

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Changan_CS55-SUVBest selling newcomer (<12 months) is the Changan CS55 at #17, followed by the BYD SongMAX, up 12 positions on January to #35. The Geely Vision X3 is up 18 spots to #40 and the GAC Trumpchi GS3 is up 41 spots to #64 and fourth best selling newcomer, from 14th in January. The Geely Vision S1 is up just 3 places to #69, just ahead of the Dongfeng Fengguang 560, up 34 places. The Roewe i6 is the best selling new sedan in the ranking at #74, up 33 spots. The Venucia D60 is stable at #88, just ahead of the Kia KX Cross. The Leopaard CS9 is up 15 places to #93 and the final newcomer in the top-100 is the Wey VV5 while its sister model VV7 is down to #106.

Among recent launches, the Traum S70 jumps to #208 with 1.555 sales, the Skoda Karoq is up to #215 with 1.416 sales and the FAW Jumper A50 is up to #219 with 1.357 sales. The GAC Trumpchi GA4 sedan is already down in its second month of sales, with 1.070 deliveries at #239. Similarly, the Yudo Pi1 (#352) is down to 201 sales and the XPeng G3 reports just 9 deliveries in February. After two months of more than 6.000 deliveries each, the Lynk & Co 01 adds just over 4.000 sales in February, placing it at #110. The Acura TLX-L (#366) is not gaining traction yet with just 144 sales in its third month of sales. This month we welcome just one all-new model to the ranking: Baojun’s new flagship crossover 530 at #185 with just over 2.000 deliveries.

European brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Skoda_Karoq-SUVVolkswagen is down for the third time in four months, but does better than the overall market at -4,7%. Skoda sees stable sales on last year, with losses for the Fabia (#361, -87,4%), Rapid Spaceback (#267, -67%) and the discontinued Yeti offset by the arrival of 2 new crossovers: Kodiaq (#117) and Karoq (#215). Luxury sister brand Audi has a strong recovery from its troubled start of the year in 2017 with a 26,8% gain as all of the brand’s nameplates increased their sales. Mercedes-Benz sales are down for the first time since September 2014 at -0,9%, with the GLC (#59, -27,5%) offsetting gains from the E-Class L (#33, +31,3%). BMW sales are also down for the first time in over 2 years at -8,2% with the 5-Series L (#75, -47,8%) the biggest contributor to its loss. For the first two months, Audi sales of locally produced models are up 32,4% to 105.578, while Mercedes-Benz sales are up 18,3% to 89.870 and BMW sales are up 16,3% to 68.359. Volvo extends its winning streak with a 12% gain, while Jaguar takes a step back from its impressive performances in December and January but still more than doubles up on February 2017. On other hand, Land Rover sales of its two locally produced models are down 25% as the Evoque (#261, -15,2%) is slowing down.

Looking at the French manufacturers, we see that for the second time since Renault started local production in China, the brand outsells Citroën, and it does so by a margin of almost 500 sales. What’s more impressive is that the Renault Koleos (#119) is the best selling French car in China this month with 3.470 sales. Renault is stable on last year while Peugeot is down a horrid 42,4% to just over 8.000 sales, the first time in 8 years that the brand is below 10.000 monthly sales, and this is despite 2 newly launched crossovers last year: the 4008 (#221, -37,9%) and 5008 (#258). Luxury brand DS dips below 200 monthly sales for the first time as none of its 4 nameplates sells over 100 units this month.

American brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Chevrolet_Sail-sedanFord continues to struggle in China as well with an 8th straight month of losses of which a second consecutive decline of almost 30%. Its volume of nearly 37.000 sales is the lowest for the brand in 5 years. None of Ford’s models improves on last February, and the worst hit are the Everest (#329, -74,9%), Edge (#97, -35,3%), Taurus (#232, -34,5%) and Kuga (#141, -30,8%). In order to revive sales, Ford has announced plans to roll out 50 new vehicles in China in the next seven years, including eight crossovers and SUVs. As a result of Ford’s current crisis, Chevrolet outsells its American rival for the second consecutive month. Before this, the last time Chevy beat Ford in China was September 2014. After struggling in 2015 and 2016 with double digit losses in those years before slightly recovering in 2017, Chevrolet is on fire in 2018, up another 27,3% in February for a 34,4% gain in the first two months. The Sail small sedan (#31, +60,7%) has started to rebound last October and is responsible for most of the brand’s improvement, together with the Equinox crossover (#140). Buick sales are stable on last year, with the Verano (#28, +85,3%) partially making up for losses of the Excelle GT (#9, -38,7%). The Velite 5, a rebadged Chevrolet Volt for China, has well and truly flopped, having sold just 1 copy in February and 11 in the first two months. Buick’s recent launches, the Excelle GX wagon and GL6 MPV, both score their weakest month since their arrival last October. Cadillac is better off, with another large gain of 49,2% as all of its four locally produced models show double digit increases and all four sold more in China than in the US this month.

After a very promising start of local production, Jeep has hit a roadblock this year as sales have declined for two consecutive months including a 41,1% loss in February. Jeep’s volume of less than 8.000 sales was the lowest since March 2016, its fifth month of sales with a single model compared to today’s three models. A fourth model will be added shortly, the flagship 7-seat Grand Commander that will remain a China-only model.

Japanese brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Nissan_Kicks-SUVHonda suffers its second year-over-year decline in three months, but is still up a very healthy 21,3% for the first two months. It also maintains its position as the leading Japanese brand in terms of domestically produced cars, as Toyota takes a big hit at -22,3%. The Highlander (#154, -57,8%) is a big contributor to the loss, but the brand’s small cars Vios and Yaris L also lose a combined 26% even though the line-up has expanded from two to four models. Nissan is the only of the three major Japanese brands to improve with a 4,9% gain thanks to the Qashqai (#34, +31,9%), Murano (#182, +225%) and the launch of the Kicks (#153), although the latter is still far behind its rivals from Honda: the Vezel (#78, -17,7%) and XR-V (#52, +17,1%).

Among the smaller Japanese brands, Mazda takes a hit at -18% as all of its models lag behind last year, but the brand is still up 7,8% for the first two months. Mitsubishi on the other hand extends its winning streak with another double digit gain, up 37,2% for the month and +66,4% year-to-date, even though the brand is down to just two models in China: the Outlander (#58) and ASX (#162), both up 43,6%. Suzuki needs to turn its fate around quickly before it fades into irrelevance in China. For the second straight month the brand is down by more than 40% and its 4.375 sales are a new record low. All of its models declined, including the recently facelifted S-Cross (#285, -57,9%). After taking a delivery break in January, Infiniti is back online in February with a 38,2% gain but the brand is still down by more than half in the first two months of the year as production of the QX50 crossover has stopped in preparation for the next generation. Acura hits a record low volume even though it has added a second nameplate to its local production.

South-Korean brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Hyundai_Elantra_Lingdong-sedanIf we thought the worst was over for the South-Korean automakers, then we should probably reconsider. February turned out to be another painful month as their crisis drags on. Initially started off in when the South Korean government decided to deploy a US-built missile shield, which triggered a diplomatic dispute, leading to anti-Korean sentiment in China. The diplomatic row has cooled down in the past few months, but sales of Hyundai and Kia vehicles have not recovered yet. Hyundai is down 39,8% in February and is down 31,4% for the first two months, with the only bright spot the recently renewed ix35 crossover (#50, +169,1%) and the Elantra Lingdong (#42, +49%). Kia does not much better at -31% in February and -15,6% for the first two months. The newly launched Pegas (#112) and KX Cross (#89) and the K4 (#184, +33,6%) soften the blow as six out of the brand’s 12 models take a hit of more than 60%.

Chinese brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Baojun_530-SUVRegular readers of these reports already know what’s coming next: nothing but praise for the performances of Geely and Baojun. And they’d be right. Due to the fewer business days in February this year the sales increases are smaller than we’ve become used to from these brands, but they’re enough to put these two in second and fourth position in the brands ranking. Geely is up 19,3% and makes it six consecutive months of six-figure sales. For a change, not a single Geely model sets a new sales record this month, but it’s nonetheless the brand’s best February (and first two months) ever. Baojun is up “just” 9,7% as for the second straight month no sales were reported for the 560 crossover and the 730 MPV continues to suffer from a reduced interest in this type of vehicle by the Chinese consumer. Despite losing 27,5%, Changan makes it three domestic brands in the top-5 for the first time ever. In January Geely was the only Chinese brand in the top-5. In the top-10 we find five domestic brands, with Dongfeng and Haval in the final two spots, both down significantly. Especially Haval is hurting from the increased competition by cheap domestic crossovers. Great Wall has moved premium with the Wey brand, but its 8.500 sales in February are not enough to offset the losses at its mainstream SUV brand.

Wey and Geely‘s rival brand Lynk & Co seem to directly eat into Borgward‘s territory, as the latter is down a shocking 68,7% in February to its lowest month ever by far. Borgward is down 26,5% for the first two months. Another would-be upscale domestic brand, Qoros, appears to have found a second wind after the original owner sold its stake a few months ago. Qoros sales have more than tripled in the first two months of the year.

Auto-sales-statistics-China-MG6-sedanShanghai Automotive’s proprietary brands also continue to make great inroads, with Roewe gaining 43,1% in Februari and for just the second time in four years outselling GAC, up just 3,4%. Roewe also outsells BAIC (including Huansu) for the second consecutive month, whereas this hadn’t happened in the last four years either. Roewe benefits from continued strong sales of the RX5 crossover (#7, +77,5%) and the newly launched RX3 crossover (#125) and i6 sedan (#74). Sister brand MG is up 76,9% in February and more than doubles up in the first two months, thanks to the RX3’s sibling ZS (#129) and the i6’s sibling, the second generation MG6 (#80 and up more than sixteenfold on the first generation last year). SAIC’s commercial vehicle brand Maxus is up 70,6% as the G10 minivan (#208, +12%) is joined by the D90 large SUV (#262).

Other notable performers are Venucia, up 30,5% and Bisu, up 89,9%. Among the bigger domestic brands, BAIC is down 25,8% in February and is just ahead of Chery in the brands ranking, itself down 20,3%. Smaller brands losing significantly are JAC, down 34,7%, FAW, down 31%, Brilliance, down 38,8% as even the brand-new V6 crossover (#192) struggles, and Haima, down 64%.

China brands ranking February 2018

Please note these figures are for locally produced models only (unless stated otherwise), they exclude imported cars, which make up only a small portion of sales in China.

Rank Model 2018-02  2017-02  Change 2018 2017 Change
1 Volkswagen 180.290 189.161 -4,7% 527.029 515.068 2,3%
2 Geely 106.231 89.030 19,3% 255.147 191.736 33,1%
3 Honda 78.717 79.812 -1,4% 217.981 179.747 21,3%
4 Baojun 76.974 70.201 9,6% 171.970 147.148 16,9%
5 Changan 69.373 95.675 -27,5% 183.744 219.498 -16,3%
6 Buick 67.193 66.969 0,3% 179.538 184.224 -2,5%
7 Toyota 62.570 80.551 -22,3% 191.936 181.044 6,0%
8 Nissan 55.252 52.695 4,9% 149.847 134.360 11,5%
9 Dongfeng 42.374 53.658 -21,0% 109.949 133.103 -17,4%
10 Haval 42.169 66.882 -37,0% 120.628 148.415 -18,7%
11 Wuling 42.069 41.761 0,7% 97.208 102.393 -5,1%
12 Chevrolet 37.447 29.424 27,3% 101.770 75.729 34,4%
13 Ford 36.925 52.452 -29,6% 86.076 122.553 -29,8%
14 Audi 36.384 28.694 26,8% 105.578 79.763 32,4%
15 Hyundai 36.164 60.076 -39,8% 96.174 140.093 -31,3%
16 SAIC Roewe 34.398 24.036 43,1% 83.447 55.259 51,0%
17 GAC 33.905 32.802 3,4% 95.136 79.075 20,3%
18 Mercedes-Benz 33.564 33.862 -0,9% 89.870 75.939 18,3%
19 BAIC 27.876 37.591 -25,8% 72.239 75.724 -4,6%
20 Chery 26.833 33.679 -20,3% 62.920 80.107 -21,5%
21 BYD 26.152 23.696 10,4% 68.311 52.381 30,4%
22 BMW 24.971 27.210 -8,2% 68.359 58.799 16,3%
23 Kia 21.506 31.146 -31,0% 51.658 61.226 -15,6%
24 Zotye 21.061 20.614 2,2% 45.892 39.472 16,3%
25 Skoda 19.215 19.200 0,1% 54.224 54.009 0,4%
26 Cadillac 18.014 12.076 49,2% 44.033 28.292 55,6%
27 Mazda 16.849 20.540 -18,0% 52.205 48.450 7,8%
28 Huansu 15.628 18.271 -14,5% 38.308 40.199 -4,7%
29 SAIC MG 12.568 7.104 76,9% 36.555 16.131 126,6%
30 JAC 11.345 17.371 -34,7% 31.715 47.988 -33,9%
31 Venucia 10.936 8.381 30,5% 30.574 19.969 53,1%
32 Peugeot 10.288 14.007 -26,6% 29.654 35.031 -15,3%
33 Mitsubishi 9.759 7.115 37,2% 25.441 15.293 66,4%
34 Wey 8.529 0 New 28.818 0 New
35 Soueast 8.505 11.110 -23,4% 26.539 22.601 17,4%
36 FAW 8.501 12.319 -31,0% 27.651 33.124 -16,5%
37 Leopaard 8.263 9.672 -14,6% 19.337 18.740 3,2%
38 Jeep 7.914 13.428 -41,1% 21.223 27.966 -24,1%
39 Brilliance 6.263 10.235 -38,8% 13.304 14.226 -6,5%
40 Renault 5.800 5.781 0,3% 14.800 14.189 4,3%
41 Citroën 5.332 6.322 -15,7% 19.182 14.522 32,1%
42 Volvo 5.296 4.726 12,1% 15.445 11.360 36,0%
43 Hanteng 5.117 3.829 33,6% 11.646 8.945 30,2%
44 Haima 4.908 13.624 -64,0% 15.442 35.099 -56,0%
45 Lifan 4.436 5.350 -17,1% 11.197 11.515 -2,8%
46 Suzuki 4.375 7.466 -41,4% 9.945 17.360 -42,7%
47 Bisu 4.190 2.207 89,9% 8.380 4.320 94,0%
48 Lynk & Co 4.012 0 New 10.185 0 New
49 Karry 3.764 4.638 -18,8% 8.803 12.533 -29,8%
50 Jiangling 3.701 4.648 -20,4% 7.449 11.995 -37,9%
51 Land Rover 3.314 4.424 -25,1% 8.536 7.122 19,9%
52 SWM Motor 3.203 4.370 -26,7% 5.815 10.693 -45,6%
53 Qoros 3.023 907 233,3% 7.255 2.124 241,6%
54 SAIC Maxus 2.366 1.387 70,6% 6.141 3.509 75,0%
55 Jaguar 1.883 844 123,1% 4.786 1.844 159,5%
56 Infiniti 1.642 1.188 38,2% 1.650 3.462 -52,3%
57 Traum 1.555 0 New 3.074 0 New
58 Changhe 1.298 3.269 -60,3% 3.104 7.502 -58,6%
59 Yema 1.239 2.543 -51,3% 5.567 3.504 58,9%
60 Foton 1.181 1.906 -38,0% 3.565 4.146 -14,0%
61 Hawtai 1.065 6.156 -82,7% 2.381 15.712 -84,8%
62 Jinbei 1.018 4.395 -76,8% 2.135 8.857 -75,9%
63 Enranger (Yingzhi) 1.009 1.052 -4,1% 2.925 2.334 25,3%
64 Zhidou 930 2.206 -57,8% 1.189 2.206 -46,1%
65 Borgward 707 2.260 -68,7% 3.924 5.335 -26,4%
66 Landwind 600 3.000 -80,0% 2.600 8.700 -70,1%
67 Luxgen 502 1.594 -68,5% 1.971 4.601 -57,2%
68 Acura 378 636 -40,6% 1.018 1.091 -6,7%
69 Great Wall 354 814 -56,5% 623 1.339 -53,5%
70 Yudo 201 0 New 557 0 New
71 DS 197 330 -40,3% 480 1.048 -54,2%
72 Arcfox 60 0 New 120 0 New
73 Qiteng 36 273 -86,8% 295 810 -63,6%
74 XPeng 9 0 New 48 0 New
75 Fiat 1 91 -98,9% 21 692 -97,0%

China models ranking February 2018

Rank Model 2018-02  2017-02  Change 2018 2017 Change
1 Wuling Hongguang 42.069 41.261 2,0% 97.207 101.393 -4,1%
2 Baojun 510 40.061 8.086 395,4% 98.067 8.086 1112,8%
3 Haval H6 30.253 33.684 -10,2% 89.386 79.677 12,2%
4 Volkswagen Lavida 25.460 30.009 -15,2% 69.662 82.437 -15,5%
5 Toyota Corolla 21.950 26.518 -17,2% 68.685 52.820 30,0%
6 Volkswagen Tiguan 21.183 19.303 9,7% 47.575 50.395 -5,6%
7 Roewe RX5 20.562 11.585 77,5% 45.788 31.724 44,3%
8 Geely Boyue 20.238 20.137 0,5% 50.619 40.284 25,7%
9 Buick Excelle GT 18.695 30.477 -38,7% 46.711 65.025 -28,2%
10 Geely EC7 Emgrand 17.914 20.644 -13,2% 44.036 46.958 -6,2%
11 Volkswagen Bora 17.773 21.319 -16,6% 50.358 49.036 2,7%
12 GAC Trumpchi GS4 17.746 24.186 -26,6% 52.188 59.056 -11,6%
13 Nissan Sylphy 17.270 19.021 -9,2% 55.449 50.990 8,7%
14 Baojun 310 17.116 16.058 6,6% 37.322 34.064 9,6%
15 Volkswagen Sagitar 16.620 24.248 -31,5% 51.494 50.994 1,0%
16 Baojun 730 16.519 23.036 -28,3% 32.550 54.955 -40,8%
17 Changan CS55 16.333 0 New 39.542 0 New
18 Volkswagen Jetta 15.412 12.663 21,7% 55.063 55.928 -1,5%
19 Geely FC Vision 14.968 14.166 5,7% 35.023 28.882 21,3%
20 Chevrolet Cavalier 14.589 14.238 2,5% 37.114 27.655 34,2%
21 Volkswagen Santana 14.527 17.457 -16,8% 50.077 49.299 1,6%
22 Ford Escort 14.397 17.540 -17,9% 39.310 43.558 -9,8%
23 Volkswagen Passat 14.124 9.296 51,9% 33.955 28.370 19,7%
24 Dongfeng Fengguang 580 13.907 18.634 -25,4% 32.246 35.119 -8,2%
25 Honda Accord 13.779 6.338 117,4% 32.169 18.305 75,7%
26 Volkswagen Magotan 13.737 12.778 7,5% 43.034 32.836 31,1%
27 Buick Envision 13.590 14.490 -6,2% 35.128 45.148 -22,2%
28 Buick Verano (Wei Lang) 12.942 6.983 85,3% 34.315 24.659 39,2%
29 Changan CS75 12.616 20.654 -38,9% 33.778 47.146 -28,4%
30 Nissan X-Trail 11.885 10.185 16,7% 27.629 23.103 19,6%
31 Chevrolet Sail 11.134 6.929 60,7% 26.602 16.391 62,3%
32 Geely Emgrand GS 11.008 8.060 36,6% 31.095 18.393 69,1%
33 Mercedes-Benz E-Class L 10.794 8.221 31,3% 25.835 17.354 48,9%
34 Nissan Qashqai 10.608 8.043 31,9% 27.127 19.492 39,2%
35 BYD Song MAX 10.368 0 New 25.436 0 New
36 Honda Civic 10.333 11.457 -9,8% 26.792 26.898 -0,4%
37 Geely Vision X6 10.251 10.014 2,4% 20.255 20.240 0,1%
38 Audi A4L 10.246 5.117 100,2% 31.048 15.308 102,8%
39 Geely Emgrand GL 10.105 8.027 25,9% 25.268 18.235 38,6%
40 Geely Vision X3 10.087 0 New 20.544 0 New
41 Mercedes-Benz C-Class L 9.940 10.322 -3,7% 28.348 23.409 21,1%
42 Hyundai Elantra Lingdong 9.831 6.600 49,0% 24.683 13.149 87,7%
43 Volkswagen Lamando 9.646 7.002 37,8% 24.477 22.476 8,9%
44 Audi A6L 9.612 8.193 17,3% 23.711 20.409 16,2%
45 Changan CS35 9.437 13.597 -30,6% 30.990 32.041 -3,3%
46 BYD Song 9.431 3.525 167,5% 19.148 12.229 56,6%
47 BMW 3-Series L 9.160 8.161 12,2% 23.530 19.638 19,8%
48 Changan CX70 9.064 11.949 -24,1% 20.525 26.455 -22,4%
49 Buick GL8 8.782 5.125 71,4% 22.788 18.783 21,3%
50 Hyundai ix35 8.691 3.230 169,1% 25.231 6.559 284,7%
51 Honda CR-V 8.648 16.392 -47,2% 25.741 30.670 -16,1%
52 Honda XR-V 8.616 7.355 17,1% 23.132 20.721 11,6%
53 Hyundai Mistra 8.515 8.889 -4,2% 20.509 20.679 -0,8%
54 Chery Tiggo 3 7.883 6.444 22,3% 16.805 15.630 7,5%
55 Toyota Camry 7.655 5.316 44,0% 19.232 17.143 12,2%
56 Toyota RAV4 7.627 9.578 -20,4% 24.865 20.351 22,2%
57 Changan Eado 7.448 10.050 -25,9% 12.518 23.657 -47,1%
58 Mitsubishi Outlander 7.345 5.115 43,6% 18.910 10.381 82,2%
59 Mercedes-Benz GLC 7.251 10.000 -27,5% 20.403 20.535 -0,6%
60 Ford Focus 7.238 12.990 -44,3% 16.932 25.980 -34,8%
61 Volkswagen Golf 7.140 9.004 -20,7% 25.849 26.217 -1,4%
62 Volkswagen Polo 7.077 12.823 -44,8% 25.027 30.634 -18,3%
63 Audi Q5 6.979 6.648 5,0% 23.667 19.735 19,9%
64 GAC Trumpchi GS3 6.801 0 New 14.283 0 New
65 Skoda Octavia 6.682 6.982 -4,3% 15.796 22.936 -31,1%
66 BMW X1 6.640 5.264 26,1% 16.624 12.087 37,5%
67 Soueast DX3 6.584 6.916 -4,8% 20.173 13.216 52,6%
68 Haval H2 6.552 25.059 -73,9% 16.942 49.976 -66,1%
69 Geely Vision S1 6.491 0 New 16.794 0 New
70 Dongfeng Fengguang 560 6.407 0 New 13.907 0 New
71 Honda Avancier 6.297 2.393 163,1% 14.998 5.993 150,3%
72 Volkswagen Teramont 6.280 45 13855,6% 15.121 53 28430,2%
73 Toyota Levin 6.158 8.749 -29,6% 16.646 19.732 -15,6%
74 Roewe i6 6.156 0 New 13.522 0 New
75 BMW 5-Series L 6.150 11.783 -47,8% 20.297 24.012 -15,5%
76 Cadillac XT5 6.131 4.900 25,1% 16.516 10.379 59,1%
77 Mazda3 Axela 6.001 8.060 -25,5% 21.953 17.829 23,1%
78 Honda Vezel 5.808 7.058 -17,7% 22.063 19.171 15,1%
79 Nissan Teana 5.787 4.457 29,8% 16.912 11.709 44,4%
80 MG6 5.755 349 1549,0% 13.824 1.093 1164,8%
81 Honda Fit 5.660 6.399 -11,5% 14.207 15.306 -7,2%
82 Kia K3 5.482 15.501 -64,6% 13.112 30.403 -56,9%
83 Cadillac ATS-L 5.379 3.441 56,3% 11.279 8.380 34,6%
84 Cadillac XTS 5.300 2.784 90,4% 12.800 7.362 73,9%
85 Chevrolet Malibu 5.284 3.317 59,3% 17.977 12.947 38,9%
86 Chery Arrizo 5 5.257 10.468 -49,8% 13.294 25.542 -48,0%
87 Buick LaCrosse 5.202 4.539 14,6% 14.207 14.568 -2,5%
88 Venucia D60 5.041 0 New 13.725 0 New
89 Kia KX Cross 4.957 0 New 11.263 0 New
90 Audi A3 4.844 4.717 2,7% 13.198 12.146 8,7%
91 Mercedes-Benz GLA 4.831 4.240 13,9% 11.678 12.242 -4,6%
92 Mazda CX-4 4.768 5.193 -8,2% 12.200 12.637 -3,5%
93 Leopaard CS9 4.762 0 New 11.896 0 New
94 Audi Q3 4.703 4.019 17,0% 13.954 12.165 14,7%
95 Honda Crider 4.648 5.378 -13,6% 15.927 13.554 17,5%
96 Dongfeng Joyear SUV 4.613 6.784 -32,0% 14.463 19.897 -27,3%
97 Ford Edge 4.610 7.128 -35,3% 7.851 16.324 -51,9%
98 Ford Mondeo 4.553 5.688 -20,0% 10.217 13.116 -22,1%
99 Dongfeng Fengxing Lingzhi (Future) 4.383 5.980 -26,7% 10.294 13.119 -21,5%
100 Wey VV5 4.341 0 New 14.580 0 New
101 BAIC Beijing Huansu S3 4.340 7.055 -38,5% 10.953 15.234 -28,1%
102 Zotye T700 4.245 0 New 9.328 0 New
103 Toyota Vios sedan 4.218 10.497 -59,8% 12.519 20.484 -38,9%
104 Chery Tiggo 5X 4.210 0 New 11.737 0 New
105 Roewe 360 4.202 8.100 -48,1% 9.270 15.333 -39,5%
106 Wey VV7 4.188 0 New 14.238 0 New
107 BAIC EC180 4.120 2.800 47,1% 11.990 3.524 240,2%
108 Zotye T300 4.038 0 New 11.056 0 New
109 Buick Regal 4.030 3.344 20,5% 11.629 9.359 24,3%
110 Lynk & Co 01 4.012 0 New 10.185 0 New
111 Hyundai Tucson 3.924 8.755 -55,2% 9.096 21.733 -58,1%
112 Kia Pegas 3.763 0 New 9.182 0 New
113 BAIC Beijing Huansu S7 3.673 0 New 8.708 0 New
114 JAC Refine S3 3.669 5.372 -31,7% 11.178 17.677 -36,8%
115 BAIC Beijing Huansu S5 3.558 171 1980,7% 7.586 247 2971,3%
116 Dongfeng Fengguang 330 3.503 6.570 -46,7% 8.317 15.671 -46,9%
117 Skoda Kodiaq 3.500 0 New 7.921 0 New
118 Skoda Rapid 3.486 4.336 -19,6% 8.374 12.367 -32,3%
119 Renault Koleos 3.470 3.851 -9,9% 9.099 8.665 5,0%
120 Honda Elysion 3.458 2.113 63,7% 8.302 5.010 65,7%
121 Venucia T70 3.425 4.490 -23,7% 9.907 9.964 -0,6%
122 Honda UR-V 3.418 0 New 9.199 0 New
123 Jeep Compass 3.405 4.491 -24,2% 10.905 6.629 64,5%
124 Volkswagen C-Trek 3.394 5.563 -39,0% 10.325 10.498 -1,6%
125 Roewe RX3 3.392 0 New 13.355 0 New
126 GAC Trumpchi GS8 3.370 7.005 -51,9% 12.023 16.423 -26,8%
127 Bisu T5 3.367 0 New 6.734 0 New
128 Dongfeng Fengshen AX7 3.340 5.289 -36,9% 11.952 15.966 -25,1%
129 MG ZS 3.316 0 New 14.229 0 New
130 Mazda6 Atenza 3.283 3.360 -2,3% 9.320 8.103 15,0%
131 Skoda Superb 3.192 2.864 11,5% 8.966 7.422 20,8%
132 JAC Refine M1 3.123 4.209 -25,8% 7.982 10.639 -25,0%
133 Hanteng X7 3.088 3.829 -19,4% 5.815 8.945 -35,0%
134 JAC IEV 3.048 125 2338,4% 6.669 125 5235,2%
135 FAW Xenia R7 3.029 7.621 -60,3% 8.089 13.616 -40,6%
136 Peugeot 308 3.009 2.957 1,8% 8.848 6.326 39,9%
137 Jeep Cherokee 3.009 7.952 -62,2% 6.818 16.083 -57,6%
138 BYD Qin 3.009 175 1619,4% 6.348 383 1557,4%
139 Zotye T600 2.990 7.063 -57,7% 7.123 14.156 -49,7%
140 Chevrolet Equinox 2.986 0 New 8.627 0 New
141 Ford Kuga 2.980 4.308 -30,8% 5.208 12.198 -57,3%
142 FAW Besturn X40 2.916 0 New 12.933 0 New
143 Leopaard CS10 2.893 9.167 -68,4% 6.402 17.717 -63,9%
144 Chevrolet Cruze 2.882 3.589 -19,7% 9.689 12.147 -20,2%
145 Changan Raeton CC 2.855 0 New 9.276 0 New
146 Mazda CX-5 2.797 3.927 -28,8% 8.732 9.881 -11,6%
147 Zotye SR7 2.796 551 407,4% 4.065 1.762 130,7%
148 Chery eQ 2.753 219 1157,1% 4.181 401 942,6%
149 Volkswagen Sportsvan 2.739 2.973 -7,9% 7.107 7.651 -7,1%
150 Lincoln (import only) 2.651 2.927 -9,4% 7.659 7.616 0,6%
151 Lifan Maiwei 2.641 4.185 -36,9% 5.490 9.424 -41,7%
152 Haima S5 2.631 6.816 -61,4% 7.809 17.271 -54,8%
153 Nissan Kicks 2.603 0 New 7.331 0 New
154 Toyota Highlander 2.599 6.155 -57,8% 13.055 18.173 -28,2%
155 Zotye SR9 2.577 2.026 27,2% 3.258 5.046 -35,4%
156 SWM X7 2.535 4.370 -42,0% 4.175 10.693 -61,0%
157 Toyota Yaris L hatchback 2.526 4.165 -39,4% 8.558 10.501 -18,5%
158 Geely Borui / GC9 2.512 3.017 -16,7% 5.805 7.059 -17,8%
159 Land Rover Discovery Sport 2.473 3.432 -27,9% 6.154 5.098 20,7%
160 Toyota Crown 2.430 2.525 -3,8% 7.058 5.164 36,7%
161 Mitsubishi ASX 2.414 1.681 43,6% 6.531 4.133 58,0%
162 BAIC Beijing Huansu H3 2.413 8.013 -69,9% 5.976 16.494 -63,8%
163 GAC Trumpchi GS7 2.364 0 New 5.863 0 New
164 Haval M6 2.330 0 New 6.207 0 New
165 Renault Kadjar 2.330 1.930 20,7% 5.701 5.524 3,2%
166 Volvo S90 2.317 841 175,5% 6.053 1.654 266,0%
167 JMC E200 2.299 722 218,4% 4.196 1.146 266,1%
168 Chery Tiggo 7 2.266 5.612 -59,6% 7.542 14.310 -47,3%
169 BMW 1-Series 2.205 887 148,6% 5.885 887 563,5%
170 Changan CS15 2.190 6.949 -68,5% 8.385 16.423 -48,9%
171 Changan Oushang A800 2.135 0 New 5.963 0 New
172 BYD F3 2.112 11.100 -81,0% 12.752 22.306 -42,8%
173 Dongfeng Fengshen H30 / S30 2.104 227 826,9% 6.224 3.521 76,8%
174 Venucia T90 2.092 2.231 -6,2% 6.094 6.483 -6,0%
175 Changan Honor 2.083 12.953 -83,9% 4.896 25.276 -80,6%
176 Volvo XC60 2.072 2.195 -5,6% 6.660 5.817 14,5%
177 Toyota Yaris L sedan 2.057 0 New 5.530 0 New
178 Toyota Vios FS 2.045 0 New 6.488 0 New
179 Karry K60 2.034 3.046 -33,2% 5.060 8.067 -37,3%
180 Hanteng X5 2.029 0 New 5.831 0 New
181 Nissan Murano 2.027 623 225,4% 3.520 1.651 113,2%
182 Qoros 5 SUV 2.023 477 324,1% 4.972 1.231 303,9%
183 Kia K4 2.012 1.506 33,6% 4.560 2.741 66,4%
184 Baojun 530 2.005 0 New 2.005 0 New
185 Brilliance H330 1.968 1.326 48,4% 2.448 2.530 -3,2%
186 Buick Excelle GX 1.924 0 New 5.845 0 New
187 MG GS 1.894 4.110 -53,9% 5.361 8.446 -36,5%
188 Honda Odyssey 1.893 1.273 48,7% 6.198 3.453 79,5%
189 Nissan Tiida Hatchback 1.889 3.464 -45,5% 4.650 9.807 -52,6%
190 BAIC Beijing Senova D50 1.824 0 New 4.641 1 ########
191 BAIC Beijing Senova X35 1.816 4.107 -55,8% 4.541 10.198 -55,5%
192 Brilliance V6 1.809 0 New 5.485 0 New
193 Honda Jade 1.778 924 92,4% 4.786 924 418,0%
194 Hyundai ix25 1.759 6.021 -70,8% 4.494 12.325 -63,5%
195 Volkswagen Phideon 1.752 133 1217,3% 4.159 411 911,9%
196 Hyundai Elantra Langdon 1.746 15.860 -89,0% 5.242 34.957 -85,0%
197 Ford EcoSport 1.732 1.878 -7,8% 4.276 5.031 -15,0%
198 Soueast DX7 Bolang 1.720 3.904 -55,9% 5.556 8.953 -37,9%
199 Karry K50 1.705 1.592 7,1% 3.718 4.466 -16,7%
200 Toyota Prado 1.698 4.205 -59,6% 4.128 8.503 -51,5%
201 Citroën C4 Sedan 1.676 730 129,6% 4.494 2.074 116,7%
202 Infiniti Q50L 1.642 922 78,1% 1.650 2.643 -37,6%
203 Toyota Levin Hybrid 1.607 1.639 -2,0% 5.172 4.423 16,9%
204 Geely King Kong 1.601 4.812 -66,7% 2.149 11.068 -80,6%
205 Lifan Xuanlang 1.581 0 New 3.526 0 New
206 Peugeot 408 1.565 3.340 -53,1% 5.857 9.233 -36,6%
207 Traum S70 1.555 0 New 3.074 0 New
208 Maxus G10 1.553 1.387 12,0% 4.013 3.509 14,4%
209 Jeep Renegade 1.500 985 52,3% 3.500 5.254 -33,4%
210 Chery Fulwin 2 1.490 1.385 7,6% 3.017 3.726 -19,0%
211 Nissan Lannia 1.478 3.481 -57,5% 3.875 9.483 -59,1%
212 Dongfeng Fengxing SX6 1.468 3.386 -56,6% 5.062 5.978 -15,3%
213 Citroën C-Elysee 1.457 3.010 -51,6% 4.621 5.934 -22,1%
214 Skoda Karoq 1.416 0 New 1.796 0 New
215 Changan Linmax 1.391 28 4867,9% 4.281 28 15189,3%
216 Kia K2 1.391 4.340 -67,9% 2.996 8.133 -63,2%
217 Volkswagen Touran 1.366 1.333 2,5% 5.345 4.193 27,5%
218 FAW Jumper A50 1.357 0 New 1.678 0 New
219 Changan Oushang 1.348 10.208 -86,8% 4.236 26.278 -83,9%
220 Peugeot 4008 1.335 2.151 -37,9% 4.458 7.413 -39,9%
221 MG GT 1.333 1.549 -13,9% 2.047 4.298 -52,4%
222 Suzuki Vitara 1.294 1.490 -13,2% 3.222 4.392 -26,6%
223 Jaguar XFL 1.229 844 45,6% 3.070 1.844 66,5%
224 BAIC Beijing Weiwang M30 1.226 844 45,3% 4.224 1.482 185,0%
225 Cadillac CT6 1.204 951 26,6% 3.438 2.171 58,4%
226 Zotye Damai X5 1.173 3.962 -70,4% 2.782 7.420 -62,5%
227 Changan Alsvin V3 (Yuexiang) 1.170 2.084 -43,9% 3.537 5.351 -33,9%
228 Volkswagen Gran Lavida 1.161 1.611 -27,9% 5.998 9.416 -36,3%
229 Honda Gienia 1.158 3.512 -67,0% 3.221 4.425 -27,2%
230 Zotye Damai X7 1.139 2.564 -55,6% 3.733 2.564 45,6%
231 Ford Taurus 1.106 1.689 -34,5% 1.554 4.618 -66,3%
232 Honda Greiz 1.099 3.057 -64,0% 3.832 4.208 -8,9%
233 GAC Trumpchi GA6 1.098 1.144 -4,0% 4.255 2.547 67,1%
234 Suzuki Beidouxing (Big Dipper) 1.095 1.464 -25,2% 1.812 2.843 -36,3%
235 BAIC Beijing Huansu H2 1.084 1.269 -14,6% 3.766 2.992 25,9%
236 Buick GL6 1.083 0 New 5.106 0 New
237 Dongfeng Fengshen AX4 1.075 0 New 3.132 0 New
238 GAC Trumpchi GA4 1.070 0 New 2.234 0 New
239 Zotye Z300 1.066 926 15,1% 2.067 3.377 -38,8%
240 Honda City 1.065 4.391 -75,7% 5.397 9.335 -42,2%
241 Honda Spirior 1.059 1.772 -40,2% 2.017 1.772 13,8%
242 Geely Vision X1 1.056 0 New 3.559 0 New
243 Kia Sportage R 1.056 3.006 -64,9% 3.297 5.831 -43,5%
244 Brilliance V3 1.055 4.061 -74,0% 2.360 5.018 -53,0%
245 Jinbei 750 1.018 2.406 -57,7% 2.135 5.664 -62,3%
246 Qoros 3 988 328 201,2% 2.266 638 255,2%
247 JAC Refine S2 947 2.778 -65,9% 2.971 8.938 -66,8%
248 Buick Encore 944 2.011 -53,1% 3.797 6.682 -43,2%
249 Volvo S60L 907 1.690 -46,3% 2.732 3.889 -29,8%
250 Citroën C5 Aircross 904 0 New 3.287 0 New
251 Nissan Sunny 902 2.363 -61,8% 1.770 6.144 -71,2%
252 Zhidou D2 EV 893 2.206 -59,5% 1.023 2.206 -53,6%
253 Volkswagen CC 858 1.504 -43,0% 2.271 3.902 -41,8%
254 Haval H9 853 653 30,6% 2.771 1.515 82,9%
255 Kia K5 851 2.524 -66,3% 2.400 6.439 -62,7%
256 Citroën C3-XR 846 1.525 -44,5% 5.089 3.862 31,8%
257 Peugeot 5008 846 0 New 2.899 0 New
258 Chery E3 845 576 46,7% 996 949 5,0%
259 BAW BJ40 844 782 7,9% 2.542 1.803 41,0%
260 Range Rover Evoque 841 992 -15,2% 2.382 2.024 17,7%
261 BMW 2-Series 816 1.115 -26,8% 2.023 2.175 -7,0%
262 Maxus D90 813 0 New 2.128 0 New
263 Camry Hybrid 808 363 122,6% 2.395 1.164 105,8%
264 JMC Yusheng S330 796 1.561 -49,0% 1.514 4.842 -68,7%
265 GAC Trumpchi GM8 775 0 New 1.776 0 New
266 Skoda Rapid Spaceback 767 2.322 -67,0% 2.132 6.068 -64,9%
267 Lincoln MKC (import only) 761 1.020 -25,4% 2.146 2.649 -19,0%
268 Haima Aishang EV 761 0 New 824 0 New
269 Haval H7 752 4.106 -81,7% 2.110 11.111 -81,0%
270 BAW BJ20 744 1.121 -33,6% 2.074 2.122 -2,3%
271 Nissan NV200 744 664 12,0% 1.266 976 29,7%
272 Kia KX5 731 1.325 -44,8% 2.055 3.013 -31,8%
273 Zotye Z700 727 569 27,8% 1.271 1.644 -22,7%
274 Peugeot 301 701 3.062 -77,1% 2.881 6.764 -57,4%
275 Chery Tiggo 5 699 1.938 -63,9% 1.533 3.619 -57,6%
276 Haima M3 697 1.874 -62,8% 2.527 4.780 -47,1%
277 Hawtai Santa Fe 696 0 New 849 1.181 -28,1%
278 Suzuki Alivio 686 1.199 -42,8% 1.725 2.922 -41,0%
279 Ford Explorer (import only) 675 858 -21,3% 1.643 2.460 -33,2%
280 Baojun 630 672 3 22300,0% 1.345 18 7372,2%
281 SWM X3 668 0 New 1.640 0 New
282 Jaguar XEL 654 0 New 1.716 0 New
283 Haval H5 649 992 -34,6% 2.028 2.063 -1,7%
284 Suzuki S-Cross 647 1.537 -57,9% 1.675 2.222 -24,6%
285 Kia Cerato 646 390 65,6% 1.330 533 149,5%
286 Suzuki Swift 645 1.029 -37,3% 1.423 2.701 -47,3%
287 Brilliance H220 624 3 20700,0% 624 19 3184,2%
288 Lincoln MKZ (import only) 619 689 -10,2% 1.696 2.034 -16,6%
289 JMC Yusheng S350 606 1.285 -52,8% 1.739 4.226 -58,8%
290 Lincoln Continental (import only) 605 561 7,8% 1.805 1.070 68,7%
291 Baojun E100 601 0 New 681 0 New
292 Bisu T3 587 1.119 -47,5% 1.174 2.555 -54,1%
293 BYD e5 587 410 43,2% 600 410 46,3%
294 Changan Benni  578 1.963 -70,6% 2.022 3.701 -45,4%
295 Changhe Q35 575 556 3,4% 965 1.887 -48,9%
296 BAIC Beijing Senova D70 575 0 New 575 1 57400,0%
297 Yema T70 571 2.543 -77,5% 3.371 3.504 -3,8%
298 Hyundai Celesta 569 0 New 1.465 0 New
299 Hyundai Elantra Yuedong 569 861 -33,9% 569 1.358 -58,1%
300 Foton Gratour ix 564 1.373 -58,9% 2.058 3.009 -31,6%
301 Haval H1 555 1.883 -70,5% 693 2.918 -76,3%
302 Foton MPX 550 400 37,5% 1.147 870 31,8%
303 Dongfeng Joyear S50 536 1.757 -69,5% 1.187 2.557 -53,6%
304 Chevrolet Trax 534 1.032 -48,3% 1.723 3.441 -49,9%
305 Mercedes-Benz V-Class 532 602 -11,6% 2.345 1.518 54,5%
306 Lincoln MKX (import only) 530 576 -8,0% 1.695 1.650 2,7%
307 FAW Jumper D60 514 735 -30,1% 2.196 1.797 22,2%
308 Borgward BX5 496 0 New 2.885 0 New
309 Changan CS95 490 217 125,8% 1.934 268 621,6%
310 Yema Spica 483 0 New 1.003 0 New
311 Brilliance M2 Junjie FRV 480 672 -28,6% 1.872 1.296 44,4%
312 BAIC Beijing Huansu S6 479 1.678 -71,5% 1.098 5.085 -78,4%
313 GAC Trumpchi GE3 442 0 New 978 0 New
314 Chery Cowin X5 439 0 New 1.648 0 New
315 Enranger (Yingzhi) 727 427 99 331,3% 1.217 277 339,4%
316 JAC Refine S7 395 0 New 1.498 0 New
317 Venucia M50V 378 0 New 848 0 New
318 Changhe Freedom M50 377 1.422 -73,5% 1.314 2.672 -50,8%
319 Luxgen U5 SUV 372 0 New 1.537 0 New
320 Great Wall Voleex C30 354 814 -56,5% 623 1.339 -53,5%
321 Chery QQ 343 584 -41,3% 608 1.709 -64,4%
322 Haima V70 339 511 -33,7% 815 1.713 -52,4%
323 Hawtai EV160 335 0 New 942 0 New
324 Haima M5 333 1.024 -67,5% 947 3.680 -74,3%
325 Leopaard Q6 324 505 -35,8% 648 1.023 -36,7%
326 Citroën C5 323 25 1192,0% 1.212 177 584,7%
327 Chery Cowin X3 314 3.018 -89,6% 832 7.005 -88,1%
328 Ford Everest 309 1.231 -74,9% 728 1.728 -57,9%
329 Peugeot 3008 306 1.481 -79,3% 1.420 2.972 -52,2%
330 Peugeot 2008 304 720 -57,8% 1.069 1.854 -42,3%
331 Hyundai Santa Fe 304 1.203 -74,7% 741 2.581 -71,3%
332 Kia KX3 303 1.419 -78,6% 550 2.671 -79,4%
333 Dongfeng Fengshen A60 288 713 -59,6% 567 2.079 -72,7%
334 Dongfeng Fengshen AX5 274 2.004 -86,3% 1.149 4.416 -74,0%
335 MG3 270 1.096 -75,4% 1.093 2.294 -52,4%
336 FAW Besturn X80 266 652 -59,2% 790 3.844 -79,4%
337 BAIC Beijing Senova D50 EV 265 101 162,4% 265 913 -71,0%
338 Changhe M70 252 1.046 -75,9% 579 2.461 -76,5%
339 Brilliance V5 242 345 -29,9% 274 515 -46,8%
340 BAIC Beijing Weiwang M50 238 4.366 -94,5% 847 6.504 -87,0%
341 Enranger (Yingzhi) G3 238 312 -23,7% 592 654 -9,5%
342 Bisu M3 236 1.088 -78,3% 472 1.765 -73,3%
343 Acura CDX 234 636 -63,2% 737 1.091 -32,4%
344 BAIC Beijing Senova X25 233 2.886 -91,9% 1.073 5.200 -79,4%
345 Dongfeng Fengshen AX3 226 1.483 -84,8% 776 6.107 -87,3%
346 Haval H8 225 505 -55,4% 491 1.155 -57,5%
347 Mercedes-Benz Vito 216 477 -54,7% 1.261 881 43,1%
348 Borgward BX7 211 2.260 -90,7% 1.039 5.335 -80,5%
349 BYD F5 Suri 209 1.842 -88,7% 1.207 3.995 -69,8%
350 FAW Besturn B50 205 1.265 -83,8% 905 5.863 -84,6%
351 BYD Tang 204 1.019 -80,0% 1.293 1.297 -0,3%
352 Yudo Pi1 201 0 New 557 0 New
353 Zotye Z500 200 12 1566,7% 595 192 209,9%
354 Hyundai Sonata 9 (LF) 192 916 -79,0% 624 2.322 -73,1%
355 Kia Forte 189 222 -14,9% 434 251 72,9%
356 Ford Tourneo 184 118 55,9% 573 318 80,2%
357 Ford Mustang (import only) 182 274 -33,6% 491 669 -26,6%
358 BAW BJ212 178 2 8800,0% 614 2 30600,0%
359 Enranger (Yingzhi) 737 178 371 -52,0% 545 871 -37,4%
360 GAC Trumpchi GA8 177 83 113,3% 1.400 236 493,2%
361 Skoda Fabia 172 1.367 -87,4% 1.138 2.033 -44,0%
362 Enranger (Yingzhi) G5 166 270 -38,5% 571 532 7,3%
363 Soueast V5 Lingzhi 157 0 New 609 84 625,0%
364 JAC J5 Heyue 149 88 69,3% 321 1.206 -73,4%
365 FAW Besturn B30 145 899 -83,9% 862 5.345 -83,9%
366 Acura TLX-L 144 0 New 281 0 New
367 Yema T80 139 0 New 1.147 0 New
368 Lincoln Navigator (import only) 136 81 67,9% 317 213 48,8%
369 Lifan 320 130 0 New 130 10 1200,0%
370 Kia KX7 125 913 -86,3% 479 1.211 -60,4%
371 Chery Cowin V3 123 1.003 -87,7% 263 2.418 -89,1%
372 Changan Alsvin 120 4.724 -97,5% 1.439 12.227 -88,2%
373 Chery E5 120 960 -87,5% 240 2.200 -89,1%
374 Dongfeng Succe 119 79 50,6% 272 239 13,8%
375 BYD Yuan 114 1.068 -89,3% 114 3.801 -97,0%
376 Haima M6 110 1.544 -92,9% 487 4.224 -88,5%
377 Zotye E200 107 1.142 -90,6% 608 1.328 -54,2%
378 BAW Yongshi 106 0 New 221 9 2355,6%
379 Changhe Q25 94 245 -61,6% 246 482 -49,0%
380 DS6 89 124 -28,2% 194 568 -65,8%
381 DS 5LS 86 103 -16,5% 144 257 -44,0%
382 Citroën C6 85 596 -85,7% 280 1.281 -78,1%
383 Brilliance H3 85 2.541 -96,7% 241 3.040 -92,1%
384 Roewe E950 84 244 -65,6% 84 594 -85,9%
385 BAIC Beijing Huansu S2 81 85 -4,7% 221 147 50,3%
386 Luxgen U6 SUV 78 882 -91,2% 321 3.134 -89,8%
387 BAW BJ80C 70 104 -32,7% 190 139 36,7%
388 FAW Besturn B70 68 113 -39,8% 179 329 -45,6%
389 Foton Sauvana 67 133 -49,6% 360 267 34,8%
390 GAC Trumpchi GA3S 62 340 -81,8% 136 716 -81,0%
391 Arcfox Lite 60 0 New 120 0 New
392 BYD S7 56 2.880 -98,1% 606 5.287 -88,5%
393 Dongfeng Fengshan L60 56 138 -59,4% 187 368 -49,2%
394 Dongfeng Fengshen E70 56 0 New 100 0 New
395 Chery Tiggo 3xe 50 0 New 50 0 New
396 Lifan Lotto 49 395 -87,6% 187 1.037 -82,0%
397 Changan Eado EV 47 0 New 263 0 New
398 Hyundai Reina 46 0 New 1.948 0 New
399 Yema E70EV 46 0 New 46 0 New
400 BYD F0 44 885 -95,0% 760 1.714 -55,7%
401 Soueast V3 Lingyue 44 289 -84,8% 201 329 -38,9%
402 Luxgen 3 44 512 -91,4% 84 1.097 -92,3%
403 Citroën C4L 41 436 -90,6% 199 1.194 -83,3%
404 Chery Arrizo 7 41 340 -87,9% 174 862 -79,8%
405 Volkswagen CrossPolo 41 97 -57,7% 132 322 -59,0%
406 Changan Raeton 39 224 -82,6% 107 517 -79,3%
407 Chevrolet Lova RV 38 311 -87,8% 38 1.136 -96,7%
408 Haima S7 37 1.666 -97,8% 1.980 3.241 -38,9%
409 Zhidou D3 EV 37 0 New 166 0 New
410 Qiteng EX80 36 273 -86,8% 295 810 -63,6%
411 Lifan 620 35 8 337,5% 70 45 55,6%
412 Hawtai E80 34 0 New 67 1.150 -94,2%
413 Nissan Maxima 33 74 -55,4% 89 147 -39,5%
414 Changan CS15 EV 29 0 New 52 0 New
415 Nissan Livina 26 318 -91,8% 229 854 -73,2%
416 Karry Youya S22 25 0 New 25 0 New
417 Hyundai Verna Yuena 18 6.459 -99,7% 1.572 18.404 -91,5%
418 Ford Focus ST/RS (import only) 17 20 -15,0% 37 43 -14,0%
419 DS 4S 17 74 -77,0% 133 172 -22,7%
420 JAC Refine S5 14 4.389 -99,7% 1.096 8.412 -87,0%
421 Dongfeng A9 14 103 -86,4% 91 300 -69,7%
422 BYD Qin EV 13 368 -96,5% 13 368 -96,5%
423 Qoros 3 City SUV 12 102 -88,2% 17 255 -93,3%
424 XPeng G3 9 0 New 48 0 New
425 BAIC Beijing Senova X55 9 108 -91,7% 17 276 -93,8%
426 Suzuki Tianyu SX4 8 136 -94,1% 74 620 -88,1%
427 Luxgen M7 MPV 8 132 -93,9% 29 267 -89,1%
428 BYD E6 5 73 -93,2% 34 192 -82,3%
429 Dongfeng Fengshen A30 5 49 -89,8% 23 296 -92,2%
430 DS5 5 29 -82,8% 9 51 -82,4%
431 Zotye Z500 EV 3 0 New 3 0 New
432 Ford F-150 Raptor (import only) 2 0 New 5 0 New
433 Roewe 950 2 3 -33,3% 280 19 1373,7%
434 Fiat Ottimo 1 0 New 21 147 -85,7%
435 FAW Jumper A70 1 134 -99,3% 19 489 -96,1%
436 Buick Velite 5 1 0 New 11 0 New

Sources: Manufacturers, Chooseauto

  1. Is the 5008 in China the same as in Europe? Because it is incredible how much better is Koleos selling in China, it is completely opposite in Europe. It would be very interesting to see numbers for Espace there.

    1. 5008 is idem as EU.
      Peugeot will bounce back, no doubt.
      In fact, a new PSA China chief just started.

      Although the Koleos does better than de 3/5008, in absolute numbers the brand Renault and the 2 models Kadjar and Koleos are hardly visible, do not make an impact compared to the Chinese, Japanese, South Korean and VW/Skoda competition.

      1. They are hardly visible (yet) because Renault has started to manufacture vehicles in China only in 2016 but Renault has a better and more solid image than Peugeot and Citroen, Citroen in China is considered a cheap brand, Peugeot is a little better and Renault is semi premium. The Koleos is a great looking solid and robust SUV and Asians give more value to robustness than to practical aspects like 7-seats.

      2. Still, it is done with 2 models, profits are way better selling 5k cars from 2 models then selling 8k cars from 7 models. Koleos selling as much as Kodiaq is also great news. Maybe Zoe would be interesting car to build in China.

      3. Renault and Koleos are not unknown names on Chinese car market.
        If Renault started its car production only in 2016 (they produced about 10.000 old Trafic and Espace with Sanjiang from 1994 to 2004 and some dozens Scenic with BAW early 2000s), the French brand sells cars in China since early 2000s.
        It is not very rare to see 1st gen Scenic facelift here. 1st Megane sedan, coupe, convertible and Scenic RX4 were also imported. And then Megane II sedan and CC, Laguna II and Vel Satis.

        But now, Renault dealers sold mainly Kadjar and Koleos. And Captur and Espace as Import.

        1st gen Koleos was the Renault bestseller in the country. At that time, there were much less SUVs in China. China was its first market. More 100.000 Koleos were sold here.

      4. @Navigator84 – Thank you very much for your comments. I knew that the Koleos I was sold in China but not with such success and the Talisman I (a rebadged Samsung SM7) was also sold there but not with that success i guess. Now, with manufacturing in the country, Renault can avoid the import taxes and their products (The Koleos II and the Kadjar for now) are much more competitive.

      5. @Bryan : yes the Chinese Talisman was a rebadged Samsung SM7. But less than 1.000 were sold in China…

        Fluence and Latitude were also imported in China.

    2. A lot of reasons. The Koleos is more solid and robust than the 5008, also sells well in South Korea (QM6), Middle East, etc. the new Koleos II is a Nissan Rogue which is the best selling SUV in the World with a better design and much more technological equipment, also Renault has a semi premium image in China and in several other Asian countries. In Europe people buy this type of SUVs firstly because of the seven places, in Asia people want a robust and solid SUV like the Koleos/Rogue/Land Cruiser/etc..

      1. Have no doubt, I really like the Koleos (and C5 Aircross for that matter), and am saddened to see the 5008 outsells the mighty Koleos 3,5 to 1 in Europe.
        The Koleos deserves more attention, higher sales (and a better dash).

        If f.i. Cadillac can sell >10.000 SUV’s p/m in China, Renault must be able to replicate this / do even better.

  2. A bloodbath for a dozen brands, and for at least one hundred models.
    But hey, blame it the Festive New Year month Feb.

    1. I think they are there but doubt they can get numbers for cars that are not produced in China( Espace in Europe and Captur probably in Korea(?)). Interesting they are not selling Talisman there.

      1. Agree, the fantastic looking Talisman (according to Laurens van den Acker his ‘piece de resistance’) should get the podium it deserves – China.

        If, say, Infiniti can sells 20.000 Q50’s p/a, Renault Talisman must be able to equal that figure, at least.

      1. But imported cars are not very competitive in terms of price because of the import taxes in China so maybe Renault will manufacture other models in the country, the Talisman and the Megane IV Sedan would fit very well and the Captur would be much cheaper if manufactured there.

      2. @Bryan : apparently Dongfeng Renault have not the right to produce sedan in China. Only SUVs. So no China-made new Megane sedan or Talisman.

        Renault will import Talisman soon because the car is produced in South Korea (taxes for Imported Korea-made vehicles are less expensive). But probably not the new Megane sedan (still not produced by Renault Samsung).
        But new Megane RS will be as previous generation.

  3. PSA has two problems in China, the hard the competition from the Chinese brands which have been getting better and better and competition from Renault which a has better image and very competitive products for Asia. DS brand is a boat adrift on the market, they need to launch SUVs if DS wants to survive.

  4. @Blaz I know that,but I saw somewhere that soon they will start produce those two modeles in China,not only importing them

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