China car sales analysis July 2017

China-car-sales-graph-July_2017After two months of slumping sales in April and May, the Chinese car market recovers with two months of increases in June and July. July sales are up 5,4% on 2016 and a whopping 30,8% on July 2015, which was especially depressed when the Chinese stock market crashed, before the Beijing government stepped in with their tax reduction on vehicles with small engines. A total of 1,65 million new passenger cars were sold last month, naturally a new record for July sales in China. The year-to-date total now stands at 12,59 million sales, an increase of 3,4% on the first seven months of 2016. The Seasonally Adjusted Annualized selling Rate stands at 24 million in July, the highest figure since January. SUVs and crossovers are once again the main (and only) winners in April with sales up 18% to 689.500 units, while sedans decline for the fourth consecutive month at -0,3% to 824.900 sales and MPV sales continue to plunge at -11% to 136.500. New Energy vehicle sales improved 55% to 57.000 units, as EV sales gained 70% to 45.000 units and PHEVs rebounded for the second straight month at +16% to 12.000 sales. Year-to-date, EV and PHEV sales in China are up 22% to 251.000 sales, of which 204.000 EVs (up 34%) and 47.000 PHEVs (down 13%). Sales of domestic automakers were up 9,5% and their share is up from 38% to 39,5%, although that is the lowest share since last January. Japanese brand cars are up 16,3%, sales of US brand cars are up 3,9% and of European brand cars are up 0,9%, while sales of South-Korean brand cars are down 46,7%.

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Toyota_Corolla-2017-sedanThe Haval H6 tops the charts for the second time this year and the first time since last April, despite a 4,5% loss. The traditional leader of the Chinese ranking, the Wuling Hongguang, is down even worse at -18,7% and into third place for the month as last month’s leader Buick Excelle GT is up 10,5% which puts in in2nd place. In fourth place, the Baojun 510 improves once again and is now only 4.269 sales from becoming China’s best selling nameplate. Its effect on the slightly larger Baojun 560 is not unnoticed, as the latter is down by 55% to 82nd place. The Toyota Corolla outsells the Nissan Sylphy for the second time this year after February. The best selling Volkswagen is only in 6th place and it’s not even the Lavida but the Sagitar, for the first time ever in the 11-year history of the nameplate. VW does put 6 models in the top-14, 7 in the top-16 and 8 in the top-20. The Tiguan is outsold by the Geely Boyue for the second time ever after last February, but that was before the addition of the long wheelbase Tiguan L to its volumes. Behind the Tiguan, the best selling import brand crossover is the Nissan X-Trail in 18th place (7th among crossovers). We note record sales for among others the Geely Emgrand GS (#25), Volkswagen Teramont (#68) outselling the also record breaking Honda Avancier (#69) and its twin UR-V (#93), Skoda Kodiaq ( #91), Peugeot 5008 (#143), Volvo S90 (#192) for the second time above the also record breaking Jaguar XFL (#197), and their import rival Lincoln Continental, for the first time above 1.000 sales at #262.

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Nissan_Kicks-SUVWe welcome the Nissan Kicks this month, the small crossover that was developed for emerging markets, arriving with a bang at #113, immediately Nissan’s 5th best selling nameplate, promising a bright future in China for this important model. Considering the Honda Vezel and XR-V regularly sell two or even up to three times that volume each, there’s still plenty of room to grow for the Kicks. Among other recent launches, the Wey VV7 almost doubles the volume of its first month at 6.075 sales in 88th place, the Changan Oushang A800 is up almost tenfold on its launch month with 5.330 sales in 97th place, the Zotye T700 is up to 4.355 sales in 114th place and the Leopaard CS9 is already the brands best selling model in only its second month with 4.223 sales at #118, the Bisu T5 is up to 3.115 sales in 153rd plce while the JAC Refine S7 is down on its first month, to 2.728 sales and #164. Finally, the SWM X3 is up to 2.429 sales at #175.

European brands

Volkswagen_Teramont-Auto-sales-statistics-ChinaHelped by the success of the Teramont which is responsible for half the brand’s gain in July, Volkswagen beats the market with a 7,4% increase. We already mentioned the Sagitar grabbing the title of best selling VW thanks to a 37,5% improvement, but some of the brand’s other best sellers are in worse shape: the Lavida, Jetta and Santana show double digit losses. On the other hand, the Tiguan and Magotan both add almost 50% to their volumes and the Polo gains 39%. It luxury brand Audi records its first monthly gain in 2017 at +10,3% to 48.232 sales of locally produced models after it resolved a dispute with its dealers on the expansion of production and most notably distribution through the VW Group joint venture with SAIC Motor. Audi is still down 6,1% year-to-date. Mercedes-Benz gained 48,8% to 37.205 sales because the E-Class L (#50) was in its transition to the new generation last year and saw only a handful of sales. BMW was up 15% to 30.050 sales, helped by the addition of the 1-Series sedan (#157) in February and nice improvements of the 3-Series L sedan (#48) and X1 crossover (#74). After a 16,6% gain in June, Skoda is back in the red for the fourth month this year with a 4,4% loss as the Octavia (#80) is down 41,5%. 

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Peugeot_4008-SUVDespite the success of its crossovers 4008 (#126) and 5008 (#143), which now make up more than 50% of its sales, Peugeot is still down 26% on last year, as sales of the 2008 have come to a virtual halt and its sedans are slumping except for the 308, down “just” 6,6%. Sister brand Citroën doesn’t have its new crossover C5 Aircross yet and suffers even harder at -55,7% as all of its nameplates are down except for surprisingly the C5 sedan (#255) which was presumed dead when it sold just 18 units last March, but is back up to over 1.000 sales for the first time since December 2015. The French brand is outsold by Volvo for the third consecutive month, as the Swedish brand is up 37,8% thanks to the addition of the S90 sedan and continued interest in the aging XC60 crossover (#147). Land Rover gains 36% but Renault is down to its lowest monthly volume since last October, before the launch of the locally produced Koleos. The two problem children among European brands continue to struggle as DS is down 49,6%, amazingly its lowest decline of the year so far, but its 346 sales are only the third-lowest volume for the troubled brand so far this year. Only one of its nameplates sold more than 100 units in July: the DS6 crossover in 383rd place. Fiat will be discontinued again in China as sales are down to just 72 sales in July. The Ottimo sold less than 40.000 units in four years, while the Viaggio sold less than 135.000 copies in 6 years. Fiat’s best year was 2014 with just over 68.000 sales or 0,37% of the market, but is down to just 2.000 sales in the first half of 2017, just 0,02% of the market.

American brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Buick_GL8_Avenir-MPVAfter two months of declines, Buick is back in the black in July, for the 3rd time this year. More importantly, the increase is carried by its large cars with the mid-sized Regal sedan (#86) up 62,5%, the large LaCrosse sedan (#84) up 61,6% and the GL8 MPV (#33) up 81,3%, with GM reporting the new generation GL8 and its luxury version Avenir remain “highly popular”. The Buick Velite 5 (#342), China’s version of the current generation Chevrolet Volt, is starting to get noticed but is still very shy with less than 400 sales. It will be interesting to see where it ends up finding its monthly pace, Despite the success of its higher-end models, Buick is down to #5 in the brands ranking, from #3 a year ago. Sister brand Chevrolet surges an impressive 22,4%, also on its higher-end models: the mid-sized Malibu sedan (#42) up 71,2% and the new Equinox crossover (#103).

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Cadillac_ATS_L-sedanCross-town rival Ford is down a painful 28,7% and out of the brands top-10 as its high-volume compact sedans Escort (#57) and Focus (#52) are down harshly: -63,9% and -41,6% respectively. But also some of Ford’s low-volume members suffer, like the Taurus large sedan (#239) at -62% and the Ecosport small crossover (#319) at -78,5%. But it’s not all bad news at Ford: the Kuga crossover (#45) more than doubles up and becomes the brand’s best selling nameplate for the first time ever. Cadillac sales are up 49,9%, its slowest gain in 16 months. All of its models gain volume and for the second month in a row the ATS-L (#122) is the brand’s best seller, ahead of the XT5 (#134). The ATS-L sells more than 5 times as many copies as the ATS does in its home market US. The XTS (#151) sells almost six times as much in China, while the CT6 (#265) also sells better than “at home”. Only the XT5 is more popular in the US than in China in July. Now that its honeymoon period is over, Jeep shows the first year-over-year loss since its start of local production in China. Its loss of 9,8% is a result of a plunging Renegade (#188) and Cherokee (#132), which aren’t offset by the addition of the Compass (#87), which also has its slowest month since February.

We now also publish data of Ford’s import models, which shows the Explorer large SUV as its best seller with 970 sales, while the Mustang muscle-car sells 370 units followed by the F-150 Raptor pick-up truck with 163 sales and the RS and ST versions of the Focus hatchback with a combined 23 sales. At import-only Lincoln, the MKC crossover is the best seller with 1.394 sales, followed by the MKX SUV with 1.128 sales, the MKZ sedan with 1.048 sales and the Continental sedan with 1.013 sales. Finally, the Navigator SUV sold 130 copies in July.

Japanese brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Honda_Avancier-SUVHonda has its lowest monthly gain this year at “only” +11,4% but holds on to its #2 position in the brands ranking ahead of Toyota, up 24,2%. The new generation Civic (#19, +72,6%) continues to boost Honda, while the CR-V (#47, -45,7%) takes a pauze to change over to the current generation with its Sport Turbo and Sport Hybrid versions. Expect the CR-V to return to its place as best selling Honda in a few months time. Its still fresh large SUV duo UR-V and Avancier sell a combined 13.819 copies, not bad for such pricey yet only 5-seater models. Toyota benefits from the RAV4 crossover (#44), which gains 59,4%, and from its expanded line-up of small sedans and hatchbacks which add 74% to their sales after the addition of the Vios FS hatchback (#127) and the Yaris L sedan (#111) last March. Nissan gains 15% thanks to the addition of the Kicks small crossover and an almost doubing of sales of the Teana large sedan (#70).

Among the smaller Japanese brands, Mitsubishi continues its strong comeback, especially when compared to an exceptionally weak July 2016. The start of local production of the Outlander (#90) has helped the brand sell as many cars in the past 7 months as it did in all of 2015. Mazda sales also continue to grow, but its 17,5% increase is also due to an exceptionally slow July 2016, when it sold just 79 units of the Mazda6 Atenza. At Suzuki, there’s no light at the end of the tunnel yet. Another 34% loss for the month keeps its year-to-date loss at a similar level, as 6 out of its 7 models lose volume, including the recently facelifted S-Cross (#332).

South-Korean brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Hyundai_Mistra-sedanThose who follow these pages regularly are already familiar with the downfall of the South-Korean giants in China. South-Korean brands and stores face a public backlash from Seoel’s decision to let the Americans place a rocket shield on their soil, near the North-Korean border. This has angered Beijing because they claim it has now rockets that can reach Chinese soil. As a result, Hyundai and Kia have already lost a combined 377.500 sales in the first half of the year and another 40.000 in July. At Hyundai, it seems the situation is slightly improving, with “just” a 28,6% loss as sales of the Mistra (#43) and Elantra Lingdong (#35) sedans as well as of the Tucson crossover (#38) appear to have stabilized while the rest of the line-up is still down. At Kia, the slowdown of the losses is less profound, but its 51,2% loss is still its smallest decline in 5 months. Its crossovers are hit the hardest, as their share of total Kia sales is down from an already low 36% to just 22%, despite the addition of the KX7.

Chinese brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Geely_Yuanjing_X1-SUVAmong Chinese brands, Geely has now claimed the year-to-date crown (and #5 overall) of best selling domestic brand from Changan (down to #8 overall in July), thanks to yet another strong months of sales with an increase of 87,6% for Geely compared to a 4,1% loss for Changan, its fourth consecutive monthly loss. Adding insult to injury for Changan, it is kicked down into third place among domestic brands in July by Baojun which sees its sales increase 76,2% thanks to the addition of the 310 small hatchback (#55) and 510 crossover (#4). Changan has enough of a buffer to remain in 2nd place for the year, but it cannot rest on its laurels. Great Wall‘s Haval brand also records its 4th straight monthly loss, and its rate of decline is increasing, as the SUV brand is down a worrying 10,2% in July. Biggest contributors to this loss are the H1 (#225, -61,7%) and H7 (#190, -50,5%). GAC Trumpchi outsells Dongfeng for the fourth consecutive time (and fourth time ever) but is still 50.000 units behind in the year-to-date ranking.

Wuling is down for the 7th straight month with a 3rd straight month of losing more than 20%, but it plans to launch its first-ever crossover later this year which should make up for the decline of China’s best selling car, the Wuling Hongguang. Beijing Automotive (BAIC) is down 25,8% in July and 22,2% year-to-date, but its sub-brand Huansu is not to blame for that loss as it’s down just 3,2% in July and now accounts for 47,2% of total BAIC sales, up from 36,2% last year. Chery shows its first loss in 15 months as its best seller Arrizo 5 (#61) has its slowest month in that period and its new flagship crossover Tiggo7 (#119) cannot offset losses of the Tiggo3 (#104) and Tiggo5 (#229). As a result, Chery sold just 250 more cars than SAIC Roewe which doubled up on July of last year. BYD is down for the 6th time in the last 7 months.

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Wey_VV7-SUVAmong the smaller domestic brands, the fastest gainers are JMC Jiangling which triples its sales, Foton which more than doubles and SAIC MG and Leopaard which both gain more than 50%. The Besturn X40 (#101) help FAW to its largest increase since January 2010 at +45%. On the other end of the scale we find infamous copycat Landwind with a loss of 70%, Luxgen down 60% to just 860 sales and Qoros down by almost 50% again. After being launched last month, Great Wall‘s upmarket SUV brand Wey is already the best selling newcomer in July with 6.075 sales, ahead of SWM Motor with 5.915 sales and Bisu with 4.766 sales. Borgward is down 21% on its launch month, despite having added a second model in April. The BX5 (#249) has its slowest month and the BX7 (#185) its second slowest month, after June. It seems like Wey is stealing customers from Borgward in China.

China brands ranking July 2017

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

  Model 2017-07  Change YTD rank 2017 Change
1 Volkswagen 215.504 7,4% 1 1.682.217 2,6%
2 Honda 116.256 11,4% 2 766.988 23,4%
3 Toyota 104.557 24,2% 3 678.447 11,0%
4 Geely 91.210 87,6% 5 622.782 84,6%
5 Buick 88.298 1,0% 4 640.520 -2,4%
6 Nissan 78.437 15,0% 7 555.931 11,6%
7 Baojun 62.418 76,9% 8 466.290 27,4%
8 Changan 60.477 -4,1% 6 593.240 -5,4%
9 Haval 53.853 -10,2% 9 448.393 2,2%
10 Hyundai 50.015 -28,6% 11 351.292 -40,7%
11 Audi 48.232 10,3% 14 300.064 -6,1%
12 Ford 47.555 -28,7% 10 429.384 -12,7%
13 Chevrolet 42.705 22,4% 16 276.290 9,4%
14 GAC 38.965 29,8% 15 289.843 47,9%
15 Mercedes-Benz 37.205 48,8% 18 256.995 49,6%
16 Dongfeng 35.084 -11,8% 12 339.448 -4,8%
17 Wuling 34.308 -20,9% 13 300.271 -13,5%
18 BAIC 31.910 -25,8% 17 275.308 -22,2%
19 BMW 30.050 15,0% 20 215.039 27,7%
20 Chery 28.764 -19,5% 19 256.053 16,2%
21 SAIC Roewe 28.515 97,7% 22 200.510 133,4%
22 BYD 28.336 -20,4% 21 211.011 -15,6%
23 Mazda 22.071 17,5% 23 174.253 30,7%
24 Skoda 21.679 -4,4% 24 173.582 -0,6%
25 Zotye 20.823 -3,0% 28 125.914 -25,1%
26 Kia 20.002 -51,2% 25 149.673 -54,2%
27 Huansu 15.071 -3,2% 26 135.237 -8,8%
28 Peugeot 14.804 -26,0% 30 117.003 -35,5%
29 JAC 14.741 -26,6% 27 127.908 -38,4%
30 Cadillac 12.006 49,9% 32 93.138 90,4%
31 Jeep 11.892 -9,8% 29 118.208 82,0%
32 FAW 11.797 45,0% 31 96.797 12,3%
33 Soueast 10.031 48,5% 33 78.402 44,5%
34 Lifan 9.714 -1,5% 41 53.431 21,5%
35 Leopaard 8.842 51,8% 37 68.385 38,2%
36 SAIC MG 8.553 52,8% 36 70.164 60,2%
37 Mitsubishi 7.225 434,4% 38 62.376 184,0%
38 Volvo 7.141 37,8% 44 46.132 24,6%
39 Karry 6.530 79,7% 45 43.090 10,2%
40 Citroën 6.300 -55,7% 42 51.930 -62,5%
41 Venucia 6.229 3,5% 35 70.311 17,8%
42 Haima 6.204 -33,9% 34 77.841 -29,6%
43 Wey 6.075 New 64 9.241 New
44 SWM Motor 5.919 New 48 36.464 New
45 Hawtai 5.562 -0,9% 40 54.509 25,5%
46 Suzuki 5.139 -34,0% 39 60.590 -33,7%
47 Land Rover 4.947 36,0% 49 33.130 35,0%
48 Bisu 4.766 New 57 21.036 New
49 Lincoln (import only) 4.713 68,1% 52 29.254 91,8%
50 Renault 4.428 194,2% 46 41.888 331,9%
51 Jiangling 4.299 213,8% 47 39.834 459,8%
52 Zhi Dou 3.796 6,7% 56 22.514 222,0%
53 Brilliance 3.691 -36,6% 43 50.318 -51,3%
54 Hanteng 3.512 New 51 30.928 New
55 Jinbei 3.457 -44,8% 50 32.192 -28,9%
56 Borgward 3.208 -21,4% 54 24.755 506,9%
57 Changhe 2.123 -18,7% 53 27.163 -10,2%
58 Yema 2.045 -14,8% 58 16.999 -10,9%
59 Infiniti 2.020 -9,9% 60 14.831 6,6%
60 Jaguar 1.858 New 63 10.359 New
61 Foton 1.785 163,3% 59 14.839 216,9%
62 SAIC Maxus 1.613 -0,9% 61 13.984 47,3%
63 Enranger (Yingzhi) 1.325 -34,0% 62 12.371 -40,1%
64 Landwind 1.200 -70,0% 55 24.700 -47,6%
65 Acura 1.011 94,8% 67 6.613 1174,2%
66 Luxgen 860 -59,5% 65 9.231 -60,8%
67 Qoros 806 -48,7% 66 6.768 -41,4%
68 Great Wall 715 -44,4% 68 6.504 -68,1%
69 Jonway 645 22,4% 69 3.286 0,6%
70 DS 346 -49,6% 70 3.155 -66,4%
71 Jiangnan 238 -57,7% 74 1.434 -55,4%
72 Fiat 72 -88,1% 72 2.064 -78,7%
73 Qiteng 58 45,0% 73 1.764 -5,3%
74 Denza 58 -36,3% 75 1.014 3,0%
75 Huasong 17 New 71 2.220 46,1%

China models ranking July 2017

 
 

Rank Model 2017-07  Change YTD rank 2017 Change
1 Haval H6 37.305 -4,5% 2 263.872 -5,5%
2 Buick Excelle GT 34.367 10,5% 4 234.078 17,5%
3 Wuling Hongguang 34.292 -18,7% 1 295.284 -12,2%
4 Baojun 510 33.036 New 14 135.942 New
5 Toyota Corolla 31.577 16,3% 7 199.261 10,2%
6 Volkswagen Sagitar 27.836 37,5% 10 168.772 -11,5%
7 GAC Trumpchi GS4 26.350 -4,6% 5 207.103 16,1%
8 Nissan Sylphy 26.033 2,1% 6 206.198 19,5%
9 Volkswagen Lavida 25.498 -23,7% 3 255.280 -9,6%
10 Volkswagen Jetta 23.029 -16,3% 9 172.890 -14,1%
11 Volkswagen Santana 22.372 -13,6% 11 152.137 -12,3%
12 Geely Boyue 21.872 116,0% 12 146.304 398,7%
13 Volkswagen Tiguan 21.065 49,9% 8 181.138 44,0%
14 Volkswagen Magotan 18.975 47,6% 20 122.202 33,5%
15 Roewe RX5 18.131 1019,2% 22 118.222 7197,7%
16 Volkswagen Polo 16.787 39,0% 26 97.174 -1,1%
17 Geely EC7 Emgrand 16.668 16,4% 15 133.309 13,5%
18 Nissan X-Trail 16.259 24,0% 31 89.995 -4,3%
19 Honda Civic 15.987 72,6% 24 100.064 212,3%
20 Volkswagen Bora 15.717 12,1% 18 129.322 35,7%
21 Changan CS75 14.815 119,9% 21 120.899 16,7%
22 Honda XR-V 14.667 3,1% 23 104.141 9,8%
23 Buick Verano (Wei Lang) 13.995 15,8% 32 88.361 2,2%
24 Baojun 730 13.027 -28,6% 13 143.950 -11,3%
25 Geely Emgrand GS 12.863 91,2% 50 71.124 403,4%
26 Audi A6L 12.800 18,1% 40 79.683 -0,2%
27 Buick Envision 12.483 -22,1% 16 132.930 0,9%
28 Toyota Levin 12.296 -7,3% 57 67.023 -15,9%
29 Nissan Qashqai 12.045 19,8% 30 91.101 29,5%
30 Chevrolet Cavalier 11.381 New 35 86.046 New
31 Honda Accord 11.330 11,7% 37 80.936 29,9%
32 Honda Vezel 11.289 -19,1% 38 80.699 -9,7%
33 Buick GL8 11.260 81,3% 41 78.869 84,6%
34 Volkswagen Golf 11.213 -7,5% 34 86.391 -18,6%
35 Hyundai Elantra Lingdong 11.090 8,5% 104 37.687 -38,2%
36 BYD Song 11.080 108,2% 80 52.240 53,9%
37 Geely FC Vision 10.863 32,3% 39 80.590 5,8%
38 Hyundai Tucson 10.738 5,5% 77 53.629 -33,9%
39 Mercedes-Benz C-Class L 10.704 12,2% 46 74.075 21,3%
40 Audi A4L 10.507 58,5% 65 62.026 -11,1%
41 Haval H2 10.477 4,0% 19 126.748 53,8%
42 Chevrolet Malibu 10.324 71,2% 85 50.335 55,2%
43 Hyundai Mistra 10.271 2,1% 60 65.884 -13,3%
44 Toyota RAV4 10.259 59,4% 44 75.174 28,0%
45 Ford Kuga 10.232 106,5% 89 47.097 -23,0%
46 Dongfeng Fengguang 580 10.188 35,1% 27 95.200 476,4%
47 Honda CR-V 10.105 -45,7% 36 82.018 -21,2%
48 BMW 3-Series L 9.910 45,9% 48 72.983 29,9%
49 Audi Q5 9.889 -8,8% 54 68.112 -10,1%
50 Mercedes-Benz E-Class L 9.600 5449,1% 62 64.391 229,3%
51 Mazda3 Axela 9.498 4,1% 47 73.057 1,8%
52 Ford Focus 9.336 -41,6% 28 93.690 -17,6%
53 Changan Honor 9.127 58,7% 52 69.795 -29,2%
54 Geely Vision X6 9.122 New 56 67.412 New
55 Baojun 310 9.106 New 33 87.265 New
56 Mercedes-Benz GLC 9.006 New 58 66.670 New
57 Ford Escort 8.850 -63,9% 17 132.198 -13,4%
58 Ford Edge 8.778 3,5% 61 64.838 4,2%
59 Honda Fit 8.605 -13,2% 66 61.679 -5,1%
60 Volkswagen Passat 8.582 10,4% 29 91.832 1,3%
61 Chery Arrizo 5 8.579 -23,0% 43 76.067 63,9%
62 Toyota Highlander 8.457 11,3% 67 61.434 14,4%
63 Geely Emgrand GL 8.396 New 69 59.283 New
64 BMW 5-Series L 8.393 -31,1% 55 67.588 -17,4%
65 Hyundai Elantra Langdon 8.338 -41,1% 51 69.804 -44,4%
66 Honda Crider 8.334 38,0% 76 55.669 26,5%
67 Ford Mondeo 8.169 27,9% 75 55.832 -1,2%
68 Volkswagen Teramont 8.148 New 130 28.129 New
69 Honda Avancier 8.044 New 99 39.567 New
70 Nissan Teana 8.001 90,9% 71 58.959 22,8%
71 Changan CS35 7.646 -20,3% 45 74.912 -25,2%
72 Audi Q3 7.609 -13,9% 91 44.743 -8,0%
73 Toyota Camry 7.485 18,7% 72 58.287 2,9%
74 BMW X1 7.451 28,1% 86 50.178 113,5%
75 Audi A3 7.427 12,8% 90 45.500 -0,2%
76 Toyota Vios sedan 7.358 -16,3% 68 59.756 -16,2%
77 Chevrolet Sail 7.338 -17,7% 64 62.105 9,3%
78 GAC Trumpchi GS8 7.247 New 73 57.869 New
79 BYD F3 7.178 -5,7% 42 76.532 19,4%
80 Skoda Octavia 7.095 -41,5% 59 66.341 -22,4%
81 Soueast DX3 7.092 New 83 51.016 New
82 Baojun 560 7.007 -55,1% 25 97.600 -48,7%
83 Chevrolet Cruze 6.989 -56,2% 103 37.911 -69,5%
84 Buick LaCrosse 6.769 61,6% 84 50.960 47,9%
85 Kia K3 6.306 -52,5% 63 63.491 -28,0%
86 Buick Regal 6.104 62,5% 118 31.610 -13,8%
87 Jeep Compass 6.087 New 93 43.457 New
88 Wey VV7 6.075 New 244 9.241 New
89 Mercedes-Benz GLA 6.008 -1,7% 97 40.991 2,6%
90 Mitsubishi Outlander 5.931 New 94 43.137 New
91 Skoda Kodiaq 5.905 New 201 14.559 New
92 Roewe i6 5.902 New 113 33.610 New
93 Honda UR-V 5.775 New 177 17.699 New
94 Toyota Prado 5.674 70,5% 108 35.976 92,7%
95 BAIC Beijing Huansu S3 5.467 6,8% 82 51.649 -10,3%
96 Zotye T600 5.401 -18,0% 115 33.546 -45,9%
97 Changan Oushang A800 5.330 New 301 5.879 New
98 MG ZS 5.315 New 111 34.858 New
99 JAC Refine M1 5.313 46,5% 107 36.044 0,8%
100 Dongfeng Fengguang 330 5.202 15,3% 78 52.850 -17,1%
101 FAW Besturn X40 5.175 New 125 30.284 New
102 Dongfeng Fengxing Lingzhi (Future) 5.108 -6,5% 96 41.284 -26,7%
103 Chevrolet Equinox 5.103 New 152 22.451 New
104 Chery Tiggo 3 5.089 -46,0% 88 48.281 -17,8%
105 Changan Eado 4.981 -40,0% 70 59.178 -34,2%
106 Honda Elysion 4.903 65,6% 156 21.809 33,7%
107 Hyundai Verna Yuena 4.859 New 100 38.800 New
108 Honda City 4.633 -28,8% 114 33.584 -6,5%
109 Mazda6 Atenza 4.620 5748,1% 124 30.335 154,1%
110 Volkswagen Lamando 4.619 -44,7% 49 71.658 -10,1%
111 Toyota Yaris L sedan 4.619 New 163 20.564 New
112 Toyota Yaris L hatchback 4.559 51,4% 123 30.616 -9,8%
113 Nissan Kicks 4.531 New 329 4.531 New
114 Zotye T700 4.355 New 257 8.249 New
115 Mazda CX-4 4.351 -16,8% 98 39.804 243,8%
116 Nissan Tiida Hatchback 4.351 21,0% 102 38.252 288,8%
117 Hawtai New Santa Fe 4.240 20,6% 109 35.715 78,5%
118 Leopaard CS9 4.223 New 270 7.557 New
119 Chery Tiggo 7 4.169 New 101 38.375 New
120 Leopaard CS10 4.151 -17,8% 74 56.694 30,5%
121 Dongfeng Joyear SUV 4.151 71,5% 92 43.765 -0,8%
122 Cadillac ATS-L 4.132 69,9% 127 29.577 76,2%
123 Toyota Levin Hybrid 4.089 76,3% 158 21.613 54,3%
124 BAIC EC180 4.068 New 155 22.007 New
125 BAIC Beijing Huansu H3 4.052 -40,4% 87 48.590 -13,4%
126 Peugeot 4008 4.021 New 143 24.669 New
127 Toyota Vios FS 4.012 New 171 18.806 New
128 Honda Jade 4.008 32,1% 154 22.031 16,7%
129 Karry K60 3.847 New 140 26.186 New
130 Zhi Dou D2 EV 3.796 33,9% 150 22.489 384,4%
131 Geely King Kong 3.786 49,2% 129 28.265 -26,6%
132 Jeep Cherokee 3.777 -58,4% 79 52.269 -11,7%
133 Kia K2 3.743 -53,4% 157 21.785 -69,5%
134 Cadillac XT5 3.711 3,7% 112 34.116 217,0%
135 Skoda Rapid 3.691 -7,9% 106 36.346 -0,3%
136 Nissan Lannia 3.688 12,1% 135 26.580 -41,7%
137 Volkswagen C-Trek 3.632 New 110 35.391 New
138 Mazda CX-5 3.602 -3,1% 121 31.056 19,2%
139 Honda Odyssey 3.565 11,8% 168 19.334 0,4%
140 Hanteng X7 3.512 New 122 30.928 New
141 Toyota Crown 3.500 -4,3% 162 21.089 40,4%
142 SWM X7 3.490 New 117 32.339 New
143 Peugeot 5008 3.437 New 262 7.986 New
144 Land Rover Discovery Sport 3.429 40,5% 148 22.917 166,1%
145 Lifan Xuanlang 3.345 New 248 9.053 New
146 Renault Koleos 3.326 New 133 27.183 New
147 Volvo XC60 3.300 10,9% 159 21.566 4,2%
148 Volkswagen Sportsvan 3.265 6,2% 138 26.343 104,2%
149 Chery eQ 3.264 77,5% 238 9.869 37,5%
150 Changan CS15 3.215 -52,6% 95 42.964 37,5%
151 Cadillac XTS 3.153 98,4% 145 23.301 26,0%
152 Roewe 360 3.131 -46,6% 116 32.808 -23,3%
153 Bisu T5 3.115 New 291 6.211 New
154 FAW Xenia R7 3.048 -28,7% 120 31.110 135,8%
155 Changan Benni  3.021 -15,4% 181 17.171 -45,3%
156 Geely Borui / GC9 3.017 -11,3% 146 23.028 -18,3%
157 BMW 1-Series 3.011 New 199 14.576 New
158 BYD e5 2.946 116,9% 206 13.772 169,6%
159 Buick Encore 2.937 -35,7% 147 22.973 -35,7%
160 Kia K4 2.875 396,5% 250 8.774 -37,9%
161 Geely Vision X1 2.772 New 324 4.719 New
162 Changan Linmax 2.737 New 191 15.544 New
163 Haima S5 2.730 -42,2% 105 36.639 -28,7%
164 JAC Refine S7 2.728 New 298 5.931 New
165 BAIC Beijing Weiwang M30 2.725 -57,9% 187 16.342 -77,8%
166 Venucia T70 2.722 -20,9% 126 29.744 -15,0%
167 Venucia T90 2.712 New 144 23.901 New
168 Karry K50 2.658 -26,8% 182 16.744 -57,0%
169 Citroën C-Elysee 2.643 -54,5% 132 27.197 -45,4%
170 Peugeot 308 2.640 -6,6% 160 21.334 -42,9%
171 Lifan Maiwei 2.625 -47,3% 136 26.509 85,8%
172 GAC Trumpchi GA6 2.559 238,5% 198 14.702 197,2%
173 JAC IEV6S 2.470 New 216 11.871 New
174 Soueast DX7 Bolang 2.465 -54,3% 149 22.799 -48,1%
175 SWM X3 2.429 New 341 4.125 New
176 BAIC Beijing Senova X35 2.404 -70,0% 141 25.950 52,8%
177 BAIC Beijing Huansu S6 2.290 -23,8% 192 15.212 -36,5%
178 BYD Yuan 2.248 -55,4% 204 14.073 -31,2%
179 Skoda Superb 2.185 -14,2% 153 22.273 28,7%
180 Changan CS55 2.163 New 306 5.656 New
181 Chery QQ 2.152 268,5% 212 12.552 4,4%
182 Changan CX70 2.127 -67,6% 53 68.424 122,7%
183 Dongfeng Fengxing SX6 2.116 New 179 17.520 New
184 Peugeot 408 2.110 -63,0% 137 26.362 -45,1%
185 Borgward BX7 2.109 -48,3% 165 19.924 388,5%
186 BAIC Beijing Huansu S5 2.090 New 252 8.721 New
187 JMC Yusheng 2.077 51,6% 134 27.045 280,1%
188 Jeep Renegade 2.028 -50,8% 151 22.482 287,9%
189 Zotye Damai X7 2.026 New 215 11.887 New
190 Haval H7 2.018 -50,5% 142 25.436 109,6%
191 Chery Fulwin 2 2.016 81,3% 210 13.113 -56,4%
192 Volvo S90 1.954 New 236 10.000 New
193 Changan Alsvin 1.953 -38,1% 128 29.142 -19,6%
194 MG GS 1.903 -51,3% 172 18.790 -40,3%
195 Volvo S60L 1.887 -14,5% 200 14.566 -8,5%
196 Kia K5 1.873 -13,7% 195 15.063 5,2%
197 Jaguar XFL 1.858 New 230 10.359 New
198 Kia Sportage R 1.835 -66,2% 203 14.103 -69,8%
199 Lifan X60 1.783 4357,5% 274 7.241 -9,8%
200 Honda Spirior 1.751 -2,6% 221 11.318 -9,5%
201 Geely EC7 Emgrand EV 1.745 New 322 4.760 New
202 Kia KX5 1.739 -74,7% 263 7.981 -77,9%
203 Honda Greiz 1.720 -54,0% 170 18.838 -15,7%
204 BAIC Beijing Weiwang M50 1.720 New 183 16.744 New
205 Dongfeng Fengshen H30 / S30 1.655 -6,6% 227 10.396 120,7%
206 Maxus G10 1.613 -0,9% 205 13.984 47,3%
207 Zotye SR9 1.593 New 176 17.788 New
208 Jinbei 750 1.576 -71,3% 180 17.248 -53,6%
209 JAC Refine S5 1.566 34,9% 166 19.538 21,4%
210 Honda Gienia 1.540 New 178 17.600 New
211 Range Rover Evoque 1.518 26,7% 234 10.213 154,2%
212 Infiniti Q50L 1.502 1,4% 223 10.833 15,9%
213 BYD S7 1.493 -63,0% 188 16.144 -66,2%
214 Brilliance H330 1.490 -41,0% 225 10.783 -49,8%
215 Volkswagen CC 1.475 -7,3% 213 12.438 -20,9%
216 JAC Refine S3 1.466 -86,6% 119 31.260 -71,2%
217 BAW BJ40 1.465 118,0% 245 9.180 234,2%
218 Dongfeng Fengshen AX7 1.457 -64,0% 139 26.330 -14,6%
219 JMC E100 1.441 New 269 7.577 New
220 Zotye SR7 1.426 -66,8% 280 7.072 -69,2%
221 Jinbei Grace 1.421 85,5% 217 11.748 45,5%
222 FAW Jumper D60 1.415 137,8% 309 5.599 -29,8%
223 Nissan Murano 1.394 2,7% 207 13.577 31,2%
224 Lincoln MKC (import only) 1.394 10,0% 229 10.364 56,1%
225 Haval H1 1.393 -61,7% 208 13.535 -66,9%
226 Volkswagen Gran Lavida 1.383 -61,8% 131 27.387 -34,5%
227 Peugeot 301 1.375 -72,8% 174 17.950 -56,5%
228 Chevrolet Trax 1.356 -34,6% 232 10.286 -50,4%
229 Chery Tiggo 5 1.337 -64,0% 239 9.774 -71,4%
230 Yema T70 1.323 -44,9% 211 13.058 -28,5%
231 Changan CS95 1.300 New 186 16.360 New
232 BMW 2-Series 1.285 -4,0% 241 9.714 41,9%
233 Zotye E200 1.281 -20,1% 275 7.230 84,8%
234 Hyundai Elantra 1.256 1694,3% 410 1.256 -67,3%
235 Brilliance V3 1.253 -43,2% 202 14.219 -78,7%
236 BAIC Beijing Senova X25 1.223 -79,0% 175 17.850 -66,0%
237 Suzuki Vitara 1.223 -44,7% 189 15.697 -31,0%
238 Suzuki Alivio 1.217 -14,7% 222 11.184 -1,5%
239 Ford Taurus 1.207 -62,0% 193 15.185 -10,9%
240 Citroën C3-XR 1.169 -63,5% 233 10.238 -75,6%
241 Nissan Sunny 1.148 -77,7% 173 18.055 -49,0%
242 Lincoln MKX (import only) 1.128 14,2% 302 5.849 8,6%
243 Skoda Rapid Spaceback 1.123 -38,5% 185 16.411 23,5%
244 BAIC Beijing Senova D50 EV 1.123 -1,1% 283 6.814 45,6%
245 JMC Yusheng S350 1.112 New 265 7.912 New
246 Suzuki Beidouxing (Big Dipper) 1.111 131,0% 224 10.814 -40,0%
247 Mercedes-Benz V-Class 1.110 67,9% 287 6.556 238,5%
248 Renault Kadjar 1.102 -26,8% 197 14.705 51,6%
249 Borgward BX5 1.099 New 321 4.831 New
250 Zotye Damai X5 1.083 -78,6% 194 15.140 -71,7%
251 Zotye Z100 1.079 2147,9% 314 5.295 151,9%
252 JAC Refine S2 1.077 -64,7% 184 16.542 -49,0%
253 BYD F0 1.069 209,9% 256 8.309 26,7%
254 Hyundai ix25 1.068 -79,7% 161 21.258 -64,8%
255 Citroën C5 1.060 288,3% 378 2.264 -30,4%
256 BAIC Beijing Huansu H2 1.056 162,0% 240 9.730 20,0%
257 Lincoln MKZ (import only) 1.048 120,2% 281 7.007 136,2%
258 Changan Alsvin V3 (Yuexiang) 1.033 -34,2% 209 13.318 -42,4%
259 Haval H5 1.028 -32,8% 258 8.197 -39,6%
260 Dongfeng Fengshen AX5 1.019 New 228 10.388 New
261 Lifan 820 1.016 7715,4% 362 2.725 65,7%
262 Lincoln Continental (import only) 1.013 New 313 5.323 New
263 Haval H9 1.012 -1,9% 293 6.188 0,2%
264 Acura CDX 1.011 94,8% 286 6.613 1174,2%
265 Cadillac CT6 1.010 145,7% 295 6.144 114,5%
266 BYD Tang 977 -67,8% 254 8.479 -61,7%
267 Ford Explorer (import only) 970 -6,6% 267 7.717 -2,6%
268 Zotye Z700 966 -34,7% 290 6.256 23,4%
269 Haima S7 966 585,1% 231 10.321 99,5%
270 JMC Yusheng S330 965 New 294 6.162 New
271 Roewe 350 958 -68,1% 220 11.353 -56,5%
272 Dongfeng Fengshen A60 950 -11,1% 299 5.889 -63,4%
273 Haima M3 938 -27,7% 237 9.975 -47,3%
274 Zotye Z300 927 -35,1% 246 9.119 3,1%
275 Peugeot 3008 925 -74,8% 219 11.396 -54,3%
276 BAW BJ20 912 New 255 8.367 New
277 Chery Cowin X3 889 -76,3% 164 20.466 446,6%
278 Enranger (Yingzhi) 727 869 426,7% 300 5.881 145,6%
279 Bisu T3 865 New 259 8.165 New
280 Skoda Fabia 853 2,2% 253 8.706 19,8%
281 Changan Oushang 834 -91,5% 81 52.188 -22,9%
282 Volkswagen Touran 834 -76,0% 167 19.335 -21,4%
283 Hyundai Sonata 8 (YF) 830 -43,3% 278 7.136 -72,2%
284 GAC Trumpchi GS7 829 New 424 879 New
285 Skoda Yeti 827 -37,7% 249 8.946 -39,6%
286 Brilliance M2 Junjie FRV 816 90,2% 346 3.936 -10,3%
287 Changhe Freedom M50 814 -52,9% 214 12.111 -33,6%
288 Dongfeng Junfeng ER30 807 New 388 1.807 New
289 Foton Gratour ix 800 New 272 7.350 New
290 Venucia M50V 795 New 279 7.107 New
291 Bisu M3 786 New 285 6.660 New
292 Mercedes-Benz Vito 777 313,3% 334 4.312 164,7%
293 Mitsubishi ASX 771 -7,4% 190 15.607 -13,7%
294 Suzuki Swift 731 -46,0% 251 8.761 -15,6%
295 Luxgen U6 SUV 721 -56,8% 289 6.348 -67,5%
296 Great Wall Voleex C30 715 -44,4% 288 6.504 -61,6%
297 Hyundai Celesta 710 New 169 19.228 New
298 Volkswagen Phideon 709 2432,1% 377 2.306 8135,7%
299 Chery E3 686 37,2% 264 7.915 -20,7%
300 Dongfeng Joyear S50 681 23,8% 266 7.884 40,2%
301 Yema T80 673 New 348 3.658 New
302 MG3 668 -43,3% 273 7.332 -6,2%
303 MG GT 666 31,9% 261 8.088 108,0%
304 Hawtai E80 664 New 296 6.106 New
305 Jonway A380 645 22,4% 354 3.286 0,6%
306 Changhe Q35 642 New 315 5.251 New
307 Qoros 5 SUV 628 2,8% 333 4.360 -3,6%
308 Haval H8 620 8,2% 332 4.417 3,6%
309 Foton MPX 600 26,1% 337 4.240 25,4%
310 Citroën C4 Sedan 595 -84,8% 330 4.466 -83,3%
311 BAIC Beijing Senova D20 EV 589 -56,6% 352 3.433 -69,7%
312 Lifan 620 588 -37,8% 381 2.142 -5,5%
313 Haima V70 587 -12,4% 323 4.724 67,0%
314 GAC Trumpchi GA3S 578 54,1% 335 4.308 5,7%
315 FAW Besturn X80 569 -16,3% 292 6.192 -32,7%
316 GAC Trumpchi GA8 569 20,3% 375 2.318 93,7%
317 GAC Trumpchi GA5 PHEV 565 35,2% 430 725 -61,3%
318 Toyota Corolla EX 533 -10,1% 368 2.530 -78,7%
319 Ford EcoSport 529 -78,5% 196 14.730 -39,4%
320 JMC E200 524 New 338 4.181 New
321 Hawtai EV160 523 New 425 844 New
322 Infiniti QX50 518 -32,0% 343 3.998 -12,4%
323 Nissan NV200 517 -58,7% 331 4.429 -15,6%
324 Haima Aishang EV 516 New 412 1.177 New
325 FAW Besturn B50 510 141,7% 268 7.661 -36,2%
326 Citroën C6 509 New 339 4.168 New
327 Kia KX3 490 -80,0% 303 5.837 -84,4%
328 Hyundai ix35 488 -88,9% 218 11.549 -73,0%
329 Changhe M70 487 New 282 7.000 New
330 Dongfeng Fengshen AX3 471 -79,3% 226 10.481 -44,1%
331 Leopaard Q6 468 -39,7% 340 4.134 -31,5%
332 Suzuki S-Cross 465 -23,8% 394 7.219 1,0%
333 Jinbei F50 460 New 358 3.196 New
334 Ford Everest 454 -14,3% 304 5.814 144,1%
335 FAW Besturn B30 449 -56,8% 277 7.152 -73,7%
336 Kia Forte 443 117,2% 327 4.620 11,5%
337 Haima M6 417 -53,3% 271 7.466 1,7%
338 Nissan Livina 406 5,2% 351 3.459 -1,3%
339 Ford Tourneo 397 58,8% 361 2.740 280,6%
340 Dongfeng Succe 393 31,0% 392 1.637 -54,7%
341 Roewe 950 393 293,0% 401 1.411 199,6%
342 Buick Velite 5 382 New 428 738 New
343 Dongfeng Fengxing CM7 376 New 353 3.308 New
344 Kia KX7 373 New 344 3.993 New
345 Ford Mustang (import only) 370 25,4% 372 2.440 37,6%
346 Hyundai Santa Fe 367 -53,2% 310 5.542 -58,3%
347 Volkswagen CrossPolo 365 -43,4% 382 2.092 -60,4%
348 Suzuki Alto 354 -19,7% 307 5.654 -21,5%
349 Zotye Zhima E30 EV 349 New 367 2.571 313,3%
350 BYD F5 Suri 348 -86,7% 247 9.118 -50,4%
351 Zotye Z500 337 -26,3% 393 1.594 -55,6%
352 BYD Qin 334 -87,9% 385 1.988 -84,0%
353 Kia Cerato 325 -60,3% 342 4.024 7,7%
354 Citroën C4L 324 -68,2% 350 3.597 -55,9%
355 Camry Hybrid 305 -39,5% 356 3.273 -8,4%
356 Volvo S60L PHEV 303 New 432 714 1486,7%
357 Foton Gratour im 300 New 379 2.253 New
358 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport 298 -18,8% 370 2.472 4,2%
359 Soueast V5 Lingzhi 280 -55,0% 365 2.626 -49,0%
360 BYD G6 273 New 391 1.657 New
361 JMC E160 257 New 417 1.031 New
362 FAW Tianjin Xiali (Charade) 249 -50,8% 317 4.993 -35,2%
363 Baojun 630 242 -76,8% 395 1.533 -83,2%
364 Jiangnan Alto 238 -57,7% 399 1.434 -55,4%
365 GAC Trumpchi GA3 234 New 446 519 New
366 Mitsubishi Lancer EX 225 181,3% 414 1.160 52,6%
367 Enranger (Yingzhi) 737 220 -78,7% 366 2.610 -77,0%
368 Peugeot 2008 218 -87,6% 305 5.709 -70,2%
369 Dongfeng Fengshan L60 217 416,7% 397 1.464 5,4%
370 Chery Cowin C3 214 -82,2% 345 3.942 227,1%
371 Enranger (Yingzhi) G3 211 -73,9% 373 2.426 -64,8%
372 FAW Vita Weizhi Sedan 202 -66,1% 407 1.283 -74,6%
373 Soueast V3 Lingyue 194 -72,0% 386 1.910 -59,0%
374 Lifan Lotto 193 -77,7% 374 2.363 -68,4%
375 Chery Arrizo 7 192 -68,1% 363 2.697 -33,7%
376 BYD E6 189 -79,3% 349 3.644 -64,1%
377 Changhe Q25 180 -79,6% 360 2.801 -76,6%
378 Chery Cowin V3 177 -86,3% 311 5.512 325,3%
379 BAIC Beijing Weiwang S50 170 -94,3% 297 5.998 -55,2%
380 Dongfeng Fengshen A30 168 -47,3% 408 1.279 -60,5%
381 Changan Ouliwei 166 -84,2% 429 735 -85,7%
382 Ford F-150 Raptor (import only) 163 New 437 651 New
383 DS6 162 -68,7% 390 1.702 -71,9%
384 BAIC EX-Series 150 New 434 670 New
385 BYD Qin EV 145 -93,0% 336 4.262 28,1%
386 Lifan X50 142 -93,4% 357 3.209 -62,0%
387 Toyota Reiz 139 -85,4% 320 4.861 -60,6%
388 Hawtai Santa Fe 134 -88,7% 243 9.500 -15,5%
389 Lincoln Navigator (import only) 130 80,6% 433 711 175,6%
390 Qoros 3 128 -79,8% 387 1.808 -52,5%
391 Chevrolet Lova RV 125 -83,1% 369 2.511 -68,4%
392 Dongfeng A9 125 -75,2% 422 946 -1,4%
393 BAIC Beijing Huansu S2 116 -52,7% 405 1.335 -46,1%
394 JAC J5 Heyue 116 118,9% 325 4.671 70,3%
395 Geely TX4 104 -2,8% 445 572 -11,9%
396 FAW Jumper A70 101 New 404 1.339 New
397 Brilliance H3 94 New 316 5.015 New
398 DS 4S 92 -24,0% 440 642 18,7%
399 Chevrolet Captiva 89 -92,4% 326 4.645 -54,9%
400 BAW BJ80C 86 43,3% 431 717 185,7%
401 Foton Sauvana 85 -56,0% 419 996 -5,5%
402 FAW Besturn B70 75 -66,8% 413 1.166 -67,2%
403 BAIC Beijing Senova D50 74 -80,9% 451 354 -89,5%
404 BAW Yongshi 67 -5,6% 456 201 -32,6%
405 Luxgen M7 MPV 64 -73,0% 441 635 -34,8%
406 Nissan Maxima 64 -46,2% 427 782 -56,5%
407 Luxgen 3 58 -54,0% 384 1.991 1480,2%
408 Denza EV 58 -36,3% 418 1.014 3,0%
409 Qiteng EX80 58 45,0% 389 1.764 -5,3%
410 DS 5LS 58 New 444 583 -70,4%
411 Peugeot 308S 56 -89,6% 421 949 -82,9%
412 BAIC Beijing Senova D20 55 5,8% 355 3.286 16,1%
413 Fiat Viaggio 54 -83,9% 396 1.468 -74,7%
414 Qoros 3 City SUV 50 -84,7% 442 600 -81,3%
415 Haima M8 50 19,0% 448 385 16,3%
416 Yema E70EV 49 New 454 283 New
417 BYD M6 44 -24,1% 450 363 -51,7%
418 Suzuki Tianyu SX4 38 -96,3% 409 1.261 -77,1%
419 DS5 34 -29,2% 455 228 -72,5%
420 GAC Trumpchi GE3 32 New 470 32 New
421 Changan Raeton 29 -86,2% 423 905 -69,3%
422 Karry Youya S22 25 525,0% 460 160 -13,0%
423 Enranger (Yingzhi) G5 25 New 398 1.454 New
424 Ford Focus ST/RS (import only) 23 -8,0% 457 185 88,8%
425 Peugeot 508 22 -95,2% 438 648 -87,3%
426 Brilliance H530 20 -64,9% 312 5.409 289,4%
427 Brilliance V5 18 -95,7% 420 974 -81,9%
428 Fiat Ottimo 18 -93,3% 443 596 -84,6%
429 Huasong7 17 New 380 2.220 46,1%
430 Wuling Journey 16 -98,7% 318 4.987 -53,8%
431 Lifan 320 13 -68,3% 468 44 -33,3%
432 BYD G5 12 -97,1% 447 430 -85,1%
433 Luxgen 5 Sedan 12 -74,5% 464 119 -93,7%
434 Lifan 720 9 125,0% 473 24 -85,9%
435 BAIC Beijing Senova X55 7 -99,3% 406 1.326 -94,4%
436 Luxgen Luxgen7 SUV 5 -89,6% 462 126 -87,5%
437 JAC Refine A60 5 New 383 2.051 New
438 FAW Besturn B90 4 -60,0% 476 15 -93,7%
439 GAC Trumpchi GS5 2 -99,5% 402 1.368 -75,2%
440 Buick Excelle 1 -100,0% 492 1 -100,0%
441 Hawtai E70 1 -99,8% 376 2.316 -71,6%
442 BAW Yusheng007 1 -93,8% 483 5 -97,5%
443 MG6 1 -80,0% 415 1.096 110,0%
444 Geely Panda EV 1 New 319 4.968 -36,3%
445 Geely Gleagle K17A 1 New 452 320 New

 

Sources: CAAM via Chooseauto, manufacturers
Sources: CAAM via Chooseauto, manufacturers

About Bart Demandt

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Comments

  1. “….as all of its nameplates are down except for surprisingly the C5 sedan (#255) which was presumed dead when it sold just 18 units last March, but is back up to over 1.000 sales for the first time since December 2015”.

    Totally irrelevant in the grand scheme of Chinese car sales, but the jump of the Cit C5 from zero to 1000 units is due to a facelift. And let me tell you, not a bad looking facelift at all! 😉 Dashboard is, in typical PSA fashion, good looking as well.

    From zero to 8.000 Teramonts …. makes you wonder how many Chinese VW dealerships there are.

  2. Funny guy says:

    One thing is sure chinese peoples don’t like the french!

    • Absolutely not. PSA used to have very strong position on Chinese market. They simply did few very important mistakes, while the market was running away. I don’t think people dislike them.

      Look at Renault. They barely started, have just few dealership points but Koleos is doing very good from the early beggining.

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  1. Dr. Chen, was will Chery auf der IAA?

    attraktive Modelle wie den SUV Boyue, der unlängst in die China-top-20 geschossen ist oder den EC7 Emgrand, der diesen Sprung auch geschafft hat. Geely sollte man keinesfalls unterschätzen; ich halte diesen Konzern für sehr

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