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China car sales analysis November 2017

China-car-sales-graph-november-2017The domestic passenger car market in China edges up by 0,8% in November 2017, to just over 2.55 million sales, the highest volume of the year so far. With such a slow growth rate and a December ahead of us which showed booming growth rate last year, it will be difficult for the Chinese car market to reach its expected 5% growth rate in 2017. Year-to-date sales for the first 11 months are up 3,07% to 21,64 million and we expect the market to be stable again in December, which would give us a total of 24,24 million sales in 2017, up just 2,7% on 2016 and the slowest growth rate in modern history, down from 17,2% last year. At least we can be almost sure the market will show another record year as sales would have to be downby 25% in December for a full-year decline (or down to its 2015 level, which hasn’t happened a single time so far this year). Last December, consumers were rushing to buy new vehicles before the sales tax increase on vehicles with engine sizes of 1.6 liters and below rose from 5% to 7,5% on January 1st, 2017. A similar effect will be noticeable this year, as the tax will increase to 10% on January 1st, 2018.

Back to November: the only segment to show growth was that of crossovers and SUVs again, which were up by 10% to nearly 1,1 million sales (YTD up 14%), while sedans were down 3,8% to 1.23 million sales (YTD down 1,4%) and MPVs took the biggest hit at -10,3% to 227.000 sales (YTD down 12,5%). Within those sales figures, sales of electric cars and plug-in hybrids (New Energy Vehicles) jumped 83% to 119.000, or 4,7% of the market. Full EVs took the grunt of those sales, rising 75% to 102.000 while PHEVs gained 154% to 17.000 sales. For the first 11 months, EV and plug-in hybrid sales rose 51% to almost 609.000 units, or 2,8% of the total market. The Beijing government has set a target of 6,7% in 2020 and as much as 20% by 2025, helped by a carbon credit scheme that was originally planned to be imposed in 2018 but which has been postponed to 2019. This year, total sales of New Energy Vehicles are expected to top 700.000.

The Seasonally Adjusted Annualized selling Rate in November stood at 26 million, up slightly from the last 2 months and the highest figure this year. The share of domestic automakers in November jumped to 44,5%, up 1,7 percentage points on October and the highest figure since last February, and up mroe than 3 percentage points from 42,3% in November 2016. Sales of domestic brand vehicles across all segments were up 6,1%, compared to a gain of 2,6% for European brands, +0,9% for US brands and +0,5% for Japanese. In contrast, South-Korean brands extended their losing streak to 11 months as they lost 29,8% in November.

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Wuling_Hongguang_S3-SUVAfter a 7-month absence from the top spot in the models ranking, the Wuling Hongguang reclaims the leadership position it also still holds year-to-date. Its 56.248 sales include about 13.000 units of the new crossover-like Hongguang S3 version (pictured), but are still down 17% on last year. In 2nd place we find the Haval H6 again, topping 50.000 sales for the first time this year and the 5th time ever (after each of the last 4 months of 2016, including almost 80.500 last December), and even with sales of the Haval M6 (#86) included, it is down on last year. For the second time this year and the fifth time ever there’s no sedan in the Chinese top-3, but after a sudden and brief drop to #22 last month, the Volkswagen Lavida is back at the top of the sedan ranking, ahead of the Nissan Sylphy and Buick Excelle GT. After spectacularly claiming the #2 spot in October, the Baojun 510 crossover is down to third place, but still reaches a record volume of nearly 50.000 sales, meaning it sold close to an impressive 305.000 units in just 10 months, which is almost as much as the entire Kia line-up sold so far this year. And Baojun is not depending on only the tremendous success of the 510, as it is the only brand with 3 models in the top-10 this month, with the 730 MPV in 7th place and the 310 small hatchback (and station wagon) breaking its previous ranking (16th) and volume (25.983) records with a #10 position thanks to 31.000 sales.

Auto-sales-statistics-China-BAIC-EC180-EVThe Geely Boyue is down one spot from October to 11th place but improves its volume record to almost 30.900 sales, and other Geely models also continue to improve their records: the Emgrand GS (#34) tops 17.000 for the first time, its sedan sibling Emgrand GL (#48) passes the 14.000 sales threshold, the v (#53) is above 13.500 sales and the FC Vision sedan (#36) tops 16.000 sales. Other record breakers include the Honda CR-V (#21) with almost 22.000 sales as well as both of its larger siblings UR-V (>6.500) and Avancier (>10.000) in 123rd place and 87th place respectively. The BAIC EC180 consolidates its position as best selling EV in China with a record breaking 15.700 sales at 38th place in November. The Buick GL8 (#47) tops 14.000 sales for the first time, and now has a little sibling with the GL6, introduced last month and already up to 6.900 sales in 117th place. Both FAW’s crossovers Besturn X40 (#75) and Xenia R7 (#81) sell more than 10.000 copies each or the first time, and we can say the same of Great Wall’s upmarket Wey brand, with the VV5 (#79) in only its third month of sales and the VV7 (#82). The BYD Song MAX MPV (#80) also breaks the same threshold in its third month of sales, the Volkswagen Teramont (#69) passes that level as well for the first time, while the Nissan Kicks (#70), Zotye T700 (#76) and GAC Trumpchi GS8 (#85) have been above 10k before but still break their volume records. Just below, the Mitsubishi Outlander (#93) continues to improve and is eyeballing that same level, which the entire Mitsubishi brand had never even reached before exactly 1 year ago. Finally it’s worth mentioning that the China-only BMW 1-Series sedan (#158) has continually improved and has now topped 4.500 monthly sales for the first time.

Best selling newcomer is obviously the Baojun 510 in 3rd place again, followed by the BAIC EC180, up 16 spots to #38, the Changan CS55, down 2 places to #40 and the Soueast DX3 up 4 to #63.

European brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-BMW_1_series-sedanAfter two months above 300.000 sales, market leader Volkswagen is down by 0,4% and drops below that figure again. One of its lower volume models has made a noteworthy progress recently: the China-only flagship sedan Phideon (#210), which had been selling below 1.000 monthly units has suddenly picked up traction since September, topped 2.000 sales in October and now passes the 3.000 sales mark in November. Thanks to great performance of the A4L, luxury sister brand Audi gains 4,5% after two double digit gain months. Including imports, Audi sales increased 6,5 percent to 56.208 . BMW sales rose 12% to 55.293 units including imports, Rolls Royce and Mini (38.109 locally produced, up 22,4%), while Mercedes-Benz sales including imports and Smart increased 22% to 50.813, of which 36.936 locally produced, up 25,7%. Due to Audi’s struggles with some of its dealers in the beginning of the year, BMW is now set to replace it as the best selling luxury brand in China. Year-to-date, BMW Group sales are up 15% to 542.362 units, Mercedes-Benz is catching up quickly from its formely eternal #3 place with a 27% gain to 539.728 sales, while Audi is up just 2,1% to 528.706. In terms of locally produced models, Audi still has a commanding lead over Mercedes-Benz and BMW. Among smaller luxury players Volvo continues its strong form with a 20,5% increase to 8.643 sales in November, Land Rover improves by 14,9% to 6.166 sales of its two locally produced models and sister brand Jaguar sees its sales increase 37,7% to just over 2.000.

Somewhat good news for PSA: after 10 consecutive months of double digit decline, Citroën is down “only” 1% in November, helped by its new C5 Aircross crossover (#119), up to 6.759 sales, close to its sibling Peugeot 4008 in 112th place. Peugeot is still down 19,5% as the 301 (#22, -56,1%) and 408 (#131, -51,4%) sedans take the biggest hits and the 5008 (#225) has lost volume month-over-month for the 4th month in a row. The 5008 is now outsold by its rival Skoda Kodiaq (#120) by a 3-to-1 ratio and even by the Renault Koleos (#196). Skoda sales are up 9,5% in November after four months of decline, and Renault sales are above 6.000 for the 7th time this year.

American brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Buick_Excelle_GX-wagonFor the second month in a row, Buick is in 5th place in the brands ranking, and for the first time ever it’s not the best selling General Motors brand in China, as it’s outsold by Baojun as we’ll discuss that in a separate post. Buick sales are up 2,1%, while sister brand Cadillac has another excellent month even though it has the lowest growth rate in 20 months at +17,7%. Cadillac is still up 65% year-to-date and has already scored its best year ever in China. Chevrolet does even better in November with a 24,4% increase in sales, as the Cavalier (#24) has found its rhythm at 20.000+ monthly sales with the Cruze (#78) also rebounding to over 10.000 sales for the first time this year, which means Chevrolet sales of compact sedans are now finally growing. Initially after its launch, the Cavalier seemed to only cannibalize sales of its sister model with combined sales of the two models only stable at best. Chevrolet also benefits from the addition of the Equinox crossover (#109) which hits a new volume record at nearly 7.600 sales.

Cross-town rival Ford continues to struggle, with a fifth consecutive month of declines and the ninth time this year the brand loses volume on last year. Its year-to-date loss is down to 12%. While the Escort low-cost compact sedan (#12) remains stable, the Focus (#35, -30,6%) is substantially down, but so are the Kuga (#101, -37,8%) and Edge (#100, -36,4%) crossovers. Lincoln, which has just announced it will start local production of the MKX crossover within the next 2 years, but still imports all of its cars at the moment, improves its volume record in China for the fourth time this year and crosses the 6.000 sales barrier for the first time ever as all of its models improve their sales. Ford also announced plans to roll out 50 new Ford and Lincoln models in China by 2025, of which 15 EVs.

Jeep sales seem to have capped at 20.600 sales in March and April as the brand is up just 9% despite having 3 locally produced nameplates now. This is the lowest growth rate since the brand started local production late 2015. The Cherokee (#148, -52,2%) is cannibalized by the Compass (#96), which has its second-best ever month at just over 9.000 sales.

Japanese brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Honda_Gienia-sedanHonda has its lowest growth rate of the year at +7% even though this is its third-best ever month after December 2014 and 2015. You’ve already read about its record breaking crossover sales above, but Honda’s small sedan sales are tumbling down hard, with the Greiz (#321) down 74,5%, the Gienia (#300) down 65,8% and the City (#139) down 24,5%. Toyota also sees its Vios sedan (#111) struggle at -35,4% but at least it has the new Yaris L sedan (#170) to compensate but combined sales of the two are stable. The Camry midsized sedan (#411) is down to a mere 209 sales as it prepares for the new generation, and as a result Toyota is down 9,4% into 8th place in the brands ranking. That means it’s the #3 Japanese brands with Nissan sales virtually stable. The Sunny sedan (known as Versa in the US) is quickly losing ground in 289th place but that’s compensated by the new Kicks crossover.

Among smaller Japanese brands, Mazda returns to growth after 3 months of small declines, up 7,1% in November. Mitsubishi scores its best month ever at 12.650 sales but its growth rate is the lowest it’s been since local production of the Outlander (#93) started in August 2016. Suzuki sales are down 9,3% to the second-highest volume so far this year, as the Beidouxing (known as Wagon R in other countries, #155), including the EV version, and facelifted S-Cross (#267) improve their volume. Infiniti sales are down for the 5th time this year at -7% but are still up 5,6% YTD, while Acura sales are at the highest level of the year and the second best ever, even though the TLX-L still hasn’t started deliveries in earnest.

South-Korean brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Kia_KX_Cross-SUVIf last month we thought the end of the tunnel was in sight for Hyundai, this month the brand is down by 25% again. The only good news I can think of is that its November sales are the highest the brand has seen this year and the brand is back into the top-10. Then again, that’s not much of a consolation for wat used to be the #2 best selling brand in China for years, until as recently as 2015. Again, the brand’s crossovers are struggling the worst, all down by double digits, but also the Elantra Langdon (#71, -61,6%) and the still relatively fresh Verna Yuena (#72, -29,8%). Sister brand Kia is even worse off with sales down 37,1% despite the recent addition of two new nameplates, which both improve their volume records in their third month of sales. The Pegas is up to #122 but cannibalizes the K2 (#212, -85,2%) and the KX Cross is up to #105 but cannibalizes the KX3 (#346, -92,2%). The other crossovers are in trouble too, with the KX5 (#230) down 65,8% and the Sportage R (#193) down 53,1%.

Chinese brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-geely_Vision_S1-SUVGeely has set a new volume record for the brand again, and for any domestic brand for that matter, selling over 143.000 cars in November, which means it has already broken its revised target for the full year, at 1,1 million sales and looks set to reach 1,25 million sales which would also be the highest annual volume of any Chinese brand. Deliveries of the Lynk & Co 01 started in December, but since the company will cap those deliveries until April, it won’t have a huge impact on the ranking yet. Baojun is the second best selling domestic brand in November for the fourth time this year and the second in a row. Both Geely and Baojun improve their sales by about 40%, while Changan, the former best selling domestic automaker, is down 2,7% but is still ahead of Baojun for the year so far. Haval is down 17% but that is compensated by the upscale Wey brand, in its 6th month on the market already outselling established brands like Citroën and Jeep and keeping Great Wall combined sales stable. Wey’s incredible succes is in sharp contrast to Borgward, which even with a second model added to its line-up just can’t seem to top 5.000 monthly sales this year. Helped by the success of the EC180 EV, BAIC sales are up for only the third time this year, at +4,7% even though the brand is still down by almost 20% for the year. Its Huansu subbrand is also up for only the second time this year, thanks to the addition of the Huansu S5 crossover (#149) as well as record sales for the Huansu H2 MPV (#140, +379%), almost 3 years after its launch. Chery and BYD continue to struggle, with their 5th and 8th month of double digit declines respectively, while GAC Trumpchi sales are up by the lowest growth rate ever at “just” 12,3%. The GS4 crossover (#20, -26,3%) is struggling with the increased competition but the expanded line-up makes up for that loss.

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Venucia_D60-sedanAmong smaller domestic brands, Venucia has scored its 8th double digit increase thanks to the launch of the D60 sedan (#106), the brand’s best seller by a considerable margin in its first month of sales. For the third consecutive months Hawtai improves its monthly sales volume thanks to the New Santa Fe crossover (#58) as well as the EV160 (#215), two models that have made the brand relevant again before it had completely faded into oblivion. Brilliance scores its first increase of the year at +3,9% and the new V6 crossover (#372) is good looking enough to promise a brighter future for the brand again. Bisu celebrates its first anniversary with record volume of 5.201 sales as the T5 crossover (#190) has proven a hit for the new brand.

New models

This month we welcome 5 new models to the ranking, of which 3 crossovers, 1 sedan and 1 MPV. The Venucia D60 lands just outside the top-100 with 7.821 sales, a promising start for a traditional cheap sedan from a brand with decent recognition but which hasn’t been strong in sedans lately. The D60 is based on the Nissan Sylphy and undercuts the Geely Emgrand GL and Chevrolet Cavalier in price. The Hanteng X5 (#208) is the second model for the brand after the X7 (#165) and its 3.059 sales help the young brand set a new volume record at 7.401 sales. The X5 offers modern styling at an affordable price and promises great things for the future of the brand. Auto-sales-statistics-China-Brilliance_V6-SUVThe Geely Vision S1 (#266)  is another hatchback/crossover from Geely, positioned above the Emgrand GS. With 1.716 sales it has a lot of room to grow, especially with its modern looks, as all recent Geely models. We’ve briefly touched upon the Brilliance V6, arguably the best looking model of the brand so far and also very promising about what’s more to come from the brand. Finally, the Yema Spica (#437), an MPV that clones the previous generation Toyota Alphard at a fraction of that model’s price. Yema is infamous for its cloning but this must be the most striking example yet. Most shocking is the shark fin B-pillar which is not only a design feature of the current generation Alphard, but is not even real on the Spica: it’s merely painted on. With 60 sales in its first month, I’m not sure what to expect from this model. It’s so cheap and Chinese consumers have proven not to be very bothered about copycat design, so it could be a relative success for the small brand.

China brands ranking November 2017

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.

 

  Brand 2017-11  Change YTD rank 2017 Change
1 Volkswagen 292.992 -0,4% 1 2.881.039 5,0%
2 Geely 143.848 39,4% 3 1.105.030 65,3%
3 Honda 136.514 7,0% 2 1.288.102 21,1%
4 Baojun 128.486 40,5% 8 881.039 33,7%
5 Buick 125.037 2,1% 4 1.093.690 -1,2%
6 Nissan 123.120 0,4% 6 996.152 10,0%
7 Changan 102.952 -2,7% 7 963.727 -8,5%
8 Toyota 97.493 -9,4% 5 1.064.728 9,5%
9 Haval 97.209 -17,0% 9 760.761 -5,1%
10 Hyundai 95.012 -25,2% 11 675.948 -32,1%
11 Ford 82.508 -18,4% 10 749.028 -12,0%
12 Chevrolet 76.055 24,4% 13 527.185 13,4%
13 BAIC 70.694 4,7% 15 482.859 -19,8%
14 Dongfeng 65.128 -6,9% 12 582.338 -4,1%
15 Audi 57.294 4,6% 14 518.228 1,8%
16 Wuling 56.248 -18,9% 16 474.192 -18,9%
17 Kia 50.003 -37,1% 23 309.201 -46,1%
18 Chery 48.509 -28,4% 19 401.141 -8,0%
19 BYD 45.596 -15,8% 20 352.281 -19,7%
20 GAC 43.324 12,3% 17 464.619 36,8%
21 SAIC Roewe 39.735 14,2% 22 347.198 71,9%
22 BMW 38.109 22,4% 21 349.300 23,2%
23 Mercedes-Benz 36.936 25,7% 18 404.169 38,4%
24 Zotye 36.918 -6,7% 26 250.793 -15,1%
25 Skoda 36.772 9,5% 24 299.362 -0,9%
26 Mazda 32.655 7,1% 25 289.402 16,9%
27 Peugeot 29.836 -19,5% 27 219.634 -27,3%
28 Huansu 26.371 4,1% 28 216.534 -8,3%
29 FAW 26.027 6,7% 31 172.809 0,0%
30 JAC 21.054 -32,4% 29 200.724 -39,0%
31 Wey 20.460 New 47 65.078 New
32 Citroën 20.164 -1,0% 38 112.310 -48,1%
33 Hawtai 18.305 236,4% 39 108.158 66,5%
34 Jeep 17.618 8,9% 30 182.081 53,3%
35 Soueast 17.404 17842,3% 33 138.878 66,8%
36 Venucia 16.923 53,8% 34 123.855 24,5%
37 Cadillac 16.016 17,7% 32 159.014 64,9%
38 SAIC MG 14.363 90,2% 36 119.266 63,8%
39 Suzuki 13.911 -9,3% 41 102.524 -26,3%
40 Haima 13.015 -40,7% 35 121.079 -35,1%
41 Lifan 12.923 -11,1% 42 91.783 6,6%
42 Mitsubishi 12.650 18,6% 40 107.211 125,0%
43 Brilliance 12.479 3,9% 43 84.153 -43,4%
44 Leopaard 11.442 15,5% 37 112.348 34,5%
45 Karry 9.122 42,4% 45 74.590 20,4%
46 Volvo 8.643 20,5% 44 81.534 30,3%
47 Hanteng 7.401 45,7% 51 54.003 435,4%
48 Jiangling 6.412 19,1% 49 57.054 172,2%
49 Land Rover 6.166 14,9% 50 55.266 23,7%
50 Renault 6.006 8,9% 46 66.099 175,6%
51 Changhe 5.277 -40,3% 53 43.840 -21,2%
52 SWM Motor 5.276 -16,8% 48 57.619 211,1%
53 Bisu 5.201 New 55 41.037 New
54 Borgward 4.778 -5,0% 56 39.552 61,7%
55 SAIC Maxus 4.438 103,6% 59 27.277 62,5%
56 Zhi Dou 4.095 62,1% 54 41.213 123,3%
57 Qoros 3.460 26,6% 65 13.736 -35,0%
58 Jinbei 3.307 -36,9% 52 45.730 -30,5%
59 Yema 3.083 6,8% 58 27.786 -7,6%
60 Enranger (Yingzhi) 2.596 -2,3% 62 20.635 -34,5%
61 Infiniti 2.476 -7,0% 60 24.445 5,6%
62 Luxgen 2.427 -18,9% 64 15.633 -58,1%
63 Jaguar 2.013 37,7% 63 18.453 358,3%
64 Foton 1.900 -32,9% 61 22.027 93,5%
65 Great Wall 1.616 -38,1% 67 10.049 -65,0%
66 Landwind 1.600 -78,7% 57 34.036 -52,3%
67 Acura 1.563 20,1% 66 12.152 141,5%
68 Denza 894 304,5% 71 3.506 113,7%
69 DS 414 -67,0% 68 5.541 -62,0%
70 Jonway 330 -51,4% 69 5.046 -7,9%
71 Jiangnan 80 New 74 2.004 -43,1%
72 Qiteng 52 -81,0% 72 2.754 16,7%
73 Fiat 5 -99,2% 73 2.264 -81,1%
74 Huasong 2 -99,9% 70 4.226 11,9%

 

China models ranking November 2017

  Model 2017-11  Change YTD rank 2017 Change
1 Wuling Hongguang 56.248 -17,3% 1 468.804 -17,4%
2 Haval H6 54.097 -23,0% 2 450.818 -9,9%
3 Baojun 510 49.866 New 9 304.827 New
4 Volkswagen Lavida 47.554 11,3% 3 415.507 -5,8%
5 Nissan Sylphy 41.647 -7,9% 5 360.585 11,2%
6 Buick Excelle GT 37.993 6,9% 4 380.357 12,3%
7 Baojun 730 32.061 -27,7% 15 242.894 -24,1%
8 Volkswagen Jetta 31.850 4,6% 10 303.672 -8,6%
9 Toyota Corolla 31.177 -2,4% 6 317.357 13,7%
10 Baojun 310 31.002 106,6% 23 184.679 474,9%
11 Geely Boyue 30.884 66,7% 13 254.958 187,0%
12 Ford Escort 30.826 -0,7% 14 251.448 -5,5%
13 Volkswagen Sagitar 29.137 -8,1% 11 297.116 -6,0%
14 Volkswagen Tiguan 28.849 10,2% 8 310.448 44,0%
15 Geely EC7 Emgrand 27.697 -4,0% 16 234.344 10,3%
16 Volkswagen Santana 27.516 -5,3% 12 268.647 -3,9%
17 Changan CS75 26.456 20,4% 18 218.276 15,4%
18 Haval H2 26.089 0,2% 21 196.605 21,6%
19 Roewe RX5 25.245 18,3% 19 217.513 233,3%
20 GAC Trumpchi GS4 23.651 -26,3% 7 314.893 3,1%
21 Honda CR-V 21.953 21,9% 29 158.885 -3,3%
22 Buick Verano (Wei Lang) 21.754 9,7% 25 165.447 5,0%
23 Buick Envision 21.453 -31,1% 20 213.437 -12,4%
24 Chevrolet Cavalier 21.361 72,6% 24 168.083 367,5%
25 Volkswagen Bora 21.351 -21,7% 17 226.207 11,9%
26 Nissan X-Trail 20.365 4,1% 26 163.751 0,3%
27 Hyundai Elantra Lingdong 20.332 37,8% 70 95.967 -12,4%
28 Volkswagen Magotan 18.435 12,8% 22 195.960 28,0%
29 Kia K3 18.211 -30,6% 48 120.251 -28,5%
30 Chevrolet Sail 17.947 -3,6% 61 107.776 -8,2%
31 Dongfeng Fengguang 580 17.617 13,1% 28 160.766 131,1%
32 Changan CS35 17.557 34,1% 38 136.306 -15,4%
33 Chevrolet Malibu 17.504 48,6% 63 106.860 48,3%
34 Geely Emgrand GS 17.487 73,5% 42 131.634 161,7%
35 Ford Focus 16.888 -30,6% 31 156.933 -21,2%
36 Geely FC Vision 16.103 11,8% 44 130.481 3,8%
37 Hyundai Tucson 15.802 -27,3% 57 111.883 -27,8%
38 BAIC EC180 15.719 New 102 64.910 New
39 Volkswagen Polo 15.621 -3,3% 30 158.563 -1,5%
40 Changan CS55 15.457 New 108 62.066 New
41 Honda Civic 15.280 31,7% 27 163.029 120,8%
42 Honda Accord 15.113 0,9% 37 137.198 11,5%
43 Hyundai Mistra 14.903 -6,6% 49 118.917 -10,3%
44 Audi A6L 14.690 6,4% 39 135.735 4,8%
45 Mazda3 Axela 14.651 16,7% 45 128.213 4,3%
46 Skoda Octavia 14.528 -13,0% 51 117.805 -17,3%
47 Buick GL8 14.332 58,7% 40 134.750 91,0%
48 Geely Emgrand GL 14.211 42,0% 59 110.021 451,9%
49 Chery Arrizo 5 14.116 -16,8% 47 120.574 11,9%
50 Toyota Levin 13.967 3,7% 50 118.119 -5,0%
51 Dongfeng Joyear SUV 13.872 137,4% 76 88.850 38,1%
52 Honda XR-V 13.820 -21,8% 32 155.112 4,1%
53 Geely Vision X6 13.647 24,7% 55 112.389 188,8%
54 Volkswagen Passat 13.600 -39,5% 33 147.841 -9,4%
55 Toyota RAV4 13.352 -2,0% 46 120.810 15,9%
56 Volkswagen Lamando 13.277 -19,6% 43 130.520 1,9%
57 Audi A4L 13.022 64,3% 58 110.296 15,9%
58 Hawtai New Santa Fe 12.877 360,2% 94 73.452 133,2%
59 Soueast DX3 12.830 New 71 94.412 New
60 Volkswagen Golf 12.798 -20,7% 35 143.211 -15,5%
61 Nissan Teana 12.784 14,6% 67 99.059 19,6%
62 Nissan Qashqai 12.732 -18,8% 34 143.214 13,5%
63 Baojun 560 12.633 -59,6% 36 139.298 -51,9%
64 Honda Vezel 12.185 -26,2% 41 133.239 -10,0%
65 Audi Q5 12.184 -3,2% 53 115.477 -5,7%
66 BMW 5-Series L 12.126 -6,1% 60 109.227 -18,4%
67 Ford Mondeo 11.774 10,3% 68 98.837 10,2%
68 BMW 3-Series L 11.456 19,7% 56 111.936 26,4%
69 Volkswagen Teramont 11.238 New 103 64.675 New
70 Nissan Kicks 10.959 New 162 36.692 New
71 Hyundai Elantra Langdon 10.870 -61,6% 62 107.203 -52,1%
72 Hyundai Verna Yuena 10.822 -29,8% 90 76.397 258,5%
73 Mercedes-Benz C-Class L 10.738 27,8% 52 116.769 20,5%
74 BYD F3 10.695 -38,5% 54 114.309 1,3%
75 FAW Besturn X40 10.671 New 106 63.785 New
76 Zotye T700 10.510 New 139 44.550 New
77 BYD Song 10.444 -35,5% 75 89.993 9,9%
78 Chevrolet Cruze 10.313 -8,7% 98 70.850 -60,2%
79 Wey VV5 10.277 New 212 22.860 New
80 BYD Song MAX 10.265 New 265 14.784 New
81 FAW Xenia R7 10.207 35,5% 121 54.975 47,0%
82 Wey VV7 10.183 New 144 42.218 New
83 Honda Fit 10.145 6,3% 66 99.529 -4,2%
84 Geely Vision X3 10.102 New 228 20.504 New
85 GAC Trumpchi GS8 10.082 302,5% 74 91.716 3243,6%
86 Haval M6 10.059 New 188 27.101 New
87 Honda Avancier 10.007 231,1% 88 76.932 2007,1%
88 Honda Crider 10.003 19,3% 73 92.730 20,7%
89 Mercedes-Benz E-Class L 9.760 21,9% 64 104.160 120,3%
90 Nissan Tiida Hatchback 9.716 30,7% 97 71.261 117,7%
91 Audi A3 9.584 -3,0% 86 77.965 -1,9%
92 Nissan Lannia 9.381 17,5% 119 55.962 -20,3%
93 Mitsubishi Outlander 9.284 63,8% 91 75.706 603,4%
94 Toyota Highlander 9.278 0,4% 72 94.172 10,8%
95 Buick LaCrosse 9.142 -9,2% 77 88.540 27,3%
96 Jeep Compass 9.010 New 89 76.592 New
97 Chery Tiggo 3 8.908 -37,8% 95 72.919 -30,1%
98 BAIC Beijing Huansu S3 8.786 7,1% 84 79.335 -8,0%
99 BMW X1 8.759 22,8% 82 82.048 69,8%
100 Ford Edge 8.391 -36,4% 69 98.096 -10,7%
101 Ford Kuga 8.285 -37,8% 83 81.415 -24,6%
102 Mercedes-Benz GLC 8.271 23,4% 65 100.165 1393,9%
103 MG ZS 8.240 New 105 64.354 New
104 Peugeot 308 8.226 -9,6% 137 45.338 -30,4%
105 Kia KX Cross 7.947 New 237 18.558 New
106 Venucia D60 7.821 New 341 7.821 New
107 Audi Q3 7.814 -26,1% 85 78.755 -4,7%
108 Hyundai Verna 7.810 30,9% 171 34.021 -69,4%
109 Chevrolet Equinox 7.592 New 136 45.749 New
110 Chery Tiggo 5 7.540 76,7% 181 29.417 -43,1%
111 Toyota Vios sedan 7.394 -35,4% 78 88.319 -17,1%
112 Peugeot 4008 7.273 124,1% 134 46.598 1205,3%
113 Mazda CX-4 7.228 6,6% 101 66.439 95,1%
114 Changan Honor 7.021 -33,5% 81 83.789 -41,2%
115 Dongfeng Fengxing Lingzhi (Future) 6.979 -1,2% 99 68.178 -20,9%
116 Zotye T600 6.903 -35,9% 109 61.632 -41,4%
117 Buick GL6 6.896 New 308 10.403 New
118 Roewe i6 6.865 New 113 57.846 New
119 Citroën C5 Aircross 6.759 New 255 16.839 New
120 Skoda Kodiaq 6.747 New 155 37.428 New
121 Changan Eado 6.731 -36,3% 80 84.296 -42,4%
122 Kia Pegas 6.653 New 246 17.526 New
123 Honda UR-V 6.586 New 156 37.359 New
124 Changan Oushang A800 6.570 New 157 37.297 New
125 Haima S5 6.506 -41,6% 117 56.451 -37,6%
126 Hyundai ix25 6.318 -47,3% 145 42.218 -56,1%
127 JAC Refine M1 6.253 8,0% 110 60.868 3,7%
128 Mercedes-Benz GLA 6.200 23,9% 104 64.607 4,1%
129 Skoda Rapid 6.142 8,5% 114 57.707 -7,8%
130 Cadillac XT5 6.100 21,0% 112 59.068 99,8%
131 Peugeot 408 6.039 -51,4% 126 50.376 -40,9%
132 Lincoln (import only) 6.006 69,6% 124 51.735 83,0%
133 Mazda6 Atenza 5.925 10,8% 130 48.491 54,6%
134 Buick Regal 5.762 -15,4% 120 55.294 -11,3%
135 JAC IEV6S 5.660 363,6% 190 26.401 589,5%
136 BAIC Beijing Senova X35 5.588 -51,6% 154 37.531 -35,1%
137 Leopaard CS9 5.461 New 183 28.389 New
138 Leopaard CS10 5.456 -38,3% 87 77.589 4,5%
139 Honda City 5.449 -24,5% 115 57.466 -7,1%
140 BAIC Beijing Huansu H2 5.339 378,8% 219 22.022 91,7%
141 Karry K60 5.314 102,5% 138 44.830 1608,5%
142 Dongfeng Fengguang 330 5.300 -24,4% 93 73.472 -17,4%
143 Venucia T90 5.241 New 141 42.796 New
144 Zotye T300 5.203 New 307 10.490 New
145 Skoda Superb 5.149 -17,9% 161 37.086 3,5%
146 GAC Trumpchi GS3 5.138 New 271 14.131 New
147 JAC Refine S3 5.135 -69,0% 131 48.081 -72,0%
148 Jeep Cherokee 5.106 -52,2% 96 71.913 -25,6%
149 BAIC Beijing Huansu S5 5.057 New 222 21.774 New
150 Volkswagen C-Trek 5.006 -10,6% 111 59.571 963,4%
151 Toyota Yaris L hatchback 4.977 -21,3% 128 49.672 -12,2%
152 Mazda CX-5 4.851 4,4% 135 46.258 4,9%
153 BAIC Beijing Huansu H3 4.840 -56,3% 100 67.077 -28,9%
154 Chery Tiggo 7 4.836 -55,1% 118 56.309 143,4%
155 Suzuki Beidouxing (Big Dipper) 4.763 55,8% 205 23.802 -2,9%
156 Roewe RX3 4.740 New 357 6.286 New
157 Cadillac ATS-L 4.616 -6,4% 127 50.287 54,7%
158 BMW 1-Series 4.592 New 176 31.220 New
159 Dongfeng Fengxing SX6 4.553 -46,2% 165 36.230 118,1%
160 Volkswagen Gran Lavida 4.548 141,3% 123 51.791 -15,1%
161 Changan CX70 4.532 -55,2% 79 85.143 20,6%
162 Changan CS15 4.522 -56,6% 116 57.313 -15,2%
163 Hyundai ix35 4.477 -18,2% 210 23.063 -64,8%
164 Citroën C-Elysee 4.380 -42,8% 142 42.586 -45,9%
165 Hanteng X7 4.342 -14,5% 125 50.944 405,1%
166 Honda Jade 4.328 50,6% 151 38.047 28,3%
167 BYD Qin 4.258 280,9% 258 16.080 -24,4%
168 Buick Excelle GX 4.237 New 352 6.577 New
169 Toyota Levin Hybrid 4.217 63,5% 163 36.422 54,7%
170 Toyota Yaris L sedan 4.178 New 159 37.190 New
171 Soueast DX7 Bolang 4.173 New 153 37.802 -44,9%
172 Land Rover Discovery Sport 4.156 13,7% 150 38.260 74,0%
173 Changan Alsvin 4.116 -49,6% 147 40.539 -38,0%
174 Geely Borui / GC9 4.103 -18,6% 152 38.033 -17,7%
175 Volkswagen Sportsvan 4.096 -20,1% 140 44.396 33,8%
176 Zhi Dou D2 EV 4.062 573,6% 146 41.155 431,4%
177 SWM X7 4.033 -36,4% 129 48.787 163,4%
178 Dongfeng Fengguang 560 4.028 New 334 8.665 New
179 Dongfeng Fengshen AX4 4.022 New 299 11.112 New
180 Citroën C3-XR 4.021 -29,6% 229 20.225 -68,0%
181 JMC E200 4.004 New 295 11.333 New
182 Cadillac XTS 4.000 31,7% 149 38.838 32,8%
183 Brilliance H530 3.989 2021,8% 272 14.080 281,2%
184 Lifan Maiwei 3.956 -56,6% 148 39.284 -5,8%
185 Honda Elysion 3.953 31,5% 160 37.173 35,4%
186 BAIC Beijing Weiwang M50 3.921 -7,3% 192 26.003 353,6%
187 Karry K50 3.808 1,4% 179 29.500 -49,4%
188 Honda Odyssey 3.798 -17,1% 173 33.079 -4,4%
189 Toyota Vios FS 3.756 New 174 32.493 New
190 Bisu T5 3.726 New 230 20.182 New
191 Changan Oushang 3.715 -64,5% 107 63.695 -41,1%
192 Borgward BX5 3.669 New 274 13.704 New
193 Kia Sportage R 3.628 -53,1% 184 28.241 -61,3%
194 Volvo S90 3.551 New 224 21.455 New
195 Jeep Renegade 3.502 -36,2% 172 33.576 52,1%
196 Renault Koleos 3.405 18,3% 143 42.248 1368,0%
197 Citroën C4 Sedan 3.405 -7,8% 267 14.414 -68,3%
198 Lifan 320 3.403 New 391 4.082 1357,9%
199 Chery eQ 3.372 4,3% 231 20.134 42,9%
200 Ford EcoSport 3.338 -17,2% 178 29.814 -25,9%
201 Geely Vision X1 3.320 New 252 17.105 New
202 Buick Encore 3.301 -59,5% 158 37.289 -41,1%
203 Lifan Xuanlang 3.234 New 208 23.275 New
204 Qoros 5 SUV 3.231 124,8% 315 10.161 12,7%
205 Toyota Crown 3.145 18,4% 170 34.138 21,6%
206 Mitsubishi ASX 3.125 -22,1% 191 26.147 -14,0%
207 Zotye Z100 3.099 New 324 9.468 253,0%
208 Hanteng X5 3.059 New 413 3.059 New
209 MG GS 3.019 -17,3% 177 30.304 -34,0%
210 Volkswagen Phideon 3.013 282,8% 313 10.316 347,4%
211 Venucia T70 2.984 -64,4% 133 46.839 -25,2%
212 Kia K2 2.984 -85,2% 166 36.037 -72,5%
213 Chery QQ 2.970 89,3% 239 18.516 17,2%
214 Volkswagen Touran 2.947 2,0% 182 29.132 -28,7%
215 Hawtai EV160 2.834 New 335 8.302 New
216 BAIC Beijing Weiwang M30 2.790 -58,0% 186 27.862 -75,3%
217 Volvo XC60 2.743 -31,1% 168 35.961 2,0%
218 Chery Fulwin 2 2.739 60,6% 226 21.114 -49,6%
219 Maxus G10 2.735 25,5% 202 24.004 43,0%
220 Peugeot 301 2.671 -56,1% 189 26.700 -59,6%
221 Zotye E200 2.651 -24,3% 270 14.263 30,4%
222 Suzuki Vitara 2.641 -34,7% 199 24.505 -33,0%
223 Renault Kadjar 2.601 -1,3% 204 23.851 13,0%
224 Roewe 360 2.571 -70,9% 132 47.344 -35,3%
225 Peugeot 5008 2.437 New 233 20.047 New
226 JMC Yusheng 2.408 New 175 31.953 New
227 Brilliance M2 Junjie FRV 2.400 119900,0% 327 9.072 11,8%
228 Kia K4 2.393 2,4% 248 17.328 -40,2%
229 Volvo S60L 2.349 -26,4% 200 24.118 -10,4%
230 Kia KX5 2.312 -65,8% 243 17.948 -69,2%
231 Ford Taurus 2.311 -31,5% 206 23.525 -21,8%
232 Hyundai Celesta 2.277 New 180 29.435 New
233 Changhe Freedom M50 2.266 -33,4% 236 19.151 -32,4%
234 BAW BJ40 2.226 163,7% 244 17.634 128,1%
235 BAIC Beijing Senova D50 2.222 60,7% 389 4.210 -33,9%
236 Kia K5 2.216 -57,7% 196 24.849 -13,9%
237 Infiniti Q50L 2.215 13,4% 241 18.450 15,6%
238 Nissan Murano 2.200 -19,8% 211 22.864 27,2%
239 Geely Gleagle K12 2.194 240,7% 340 7.858 1120,2%
240 Brilliance H330 2.160 -6,1% 251 17.121 -33,3%
241 BAW BJ20 2.102 -45,2% 256 16.793 50,7%
242 Skoda Rapid Spaceback 2.079 -7,1% 203 23.918 -6,1%
243 Haval H7 2.070 -79,5% 167 36.005 -5,4%
244 GAC Trumpchi GS7 2.027 New 350 6.769 New
245 Jaguar XFL 2.013 37,7% 240 18.453 358,3%
246 Range Rover Evoque 2.010 17,5% 253 17.006 58,0%
247 Geely King Kong 1.995 -53,7% 169 34.201 -36,8%
248 Luxgen U5 SUV 1.994 New 412 3.060 New
249 BAIC Beijing Weiwang S50 1.984 174,0% 273 13.916 -32,3%
250 BYD Yuan 1.977 -61,0% 218 22.163 -45,5%
251 Haima S7 1.946 109,7% 263 15.097 100,0%
252 Zotye Damai X7 1.932 New 227 20.917 New
253 JAC Refine S2 1.925 -58,0% 213 22.779 -51,8%
254 Baojun E100 1.915 New 361 5.875 New
255 BAIC Beijing Senova X55 1.877 11,7% 377 4.967 -82,9%
256 MG6 1.871 308,5% 416 2.967 114,7%
257 Jinbei Grace 1.860 32,5% 238 18.540 51,7%
258 Toyota Prado 1.843 -56,5% 122 52.471 58,1%
259 Volkswagen CC 1.834 -35,0% 234 19.994 -26,0%
260 Yema T70 1.819 -37,0% 235 19.742 -32,4%
261 Lincoln MKC (import only) 1.811 27,1% 245 17.608 42,7%
262 BYD e5 1.806 -14,5% 216 22.345 69,0%
263 Chery Cowin X5 1.787 New 375 5.044 New
264 Brilliance V3 1.772 -74,6% 209 23.264 -75,5%
265 BYD Tang 1.758 11,4% 280 13.042 -56,4%
266 Geely Vision S1 1.716 New 439 1.716 New
267 Suzuki S-Cross 1.709 100,6% 275 13.320 21,6%
268 Changan Linmax 1.706 New 187 27.628 New
269 Maxus D90 1.703 New 409 3.273 New
270 Dongfeng Fengshen H30 / S30 1.696 -29,4% 197 24.803 94,8%
271 BAIC Beijing Senova X25 1.694 -71,6% 207 23.419 -69,8%
272 BAIC Beijing Huansu S6 1.687 -63,1% 221 21.870 -45,8%
273 Peugeot 2008 1.681 -24,2% 300 11.085 -61,0%
274 Zotye Z300 1.664 -21,0% 266 14.642 3,6%
275 Kia Forte 1.657 186,7% 346 7.038 7,9%
276 Haval H5 1.655 -20,5% 269 14.277 -31,9%
277 Honda Spirior 1.618 -32,2% 242 18.011 -13,5%
278 Great Wall Voleex C30 1.616 -38,1% 317 10.049 -60,3%
279 Suzuki Alivio 1.606 -29,6% 250 17.164 -12,6%
280 Haval H9 1.603 64,2% 294 11.740 17,3%
281 Dongfeng Fengshen AX5 1.571 New 261 15.480 New
282 GAC Trumpchi GA6 1.568 -22,8% 215 22.375 91,4%
283 Acura CDX 1.562 20,1% 289 12.150 141,5%
284 Dongfeng Fengshen AX7 1.543 -78,4% 164 36.257 -37,5%
285 Suzuki Beidouxing EV 1.485 New 447 1.485 New
286 Lincoln MKZ (import only) 1.444 39,4% 290 12.047 99,1%
287 BYD S7 1.418 -60,1% 220 21.875 -65,4%
288 BYD E6 1.416 -31,6% 354 6.389 -64,7%
289 Nissan Sunny 1.403 -86,8% 185 27.961 -58,6%
290 Peugeot 3008 1.403 -58,3% 247 17.477 -55,7%
291 Hawtai E80 1.375 4483,3% 305 10.807 8343,0%
292 Lincoln Continental (import only) 1.370 New 319 9.917 New
293 Skoda Fabia 1.312 129,0% 286 12.260 4,9%
294 Cadillac CT6 1.300 117,4% 304 10.821 111,8%
295 Chevrolet Trax 1.283 -72,4% 259 15.915 -51,9%
296 Changhe Q35 1.275 -71,0% 321 9.704 -21,0%
297 Haima M3 1.266 -56,7% 254 16.996 -41,1%
298 JAC Refine S7 1.263 New 281 12.997 New
299 Mercedes-Benz V-Class 1.259 53,0% 296 11.231 121,5%
300 Honda Gienia 1.255 -65,8% 198 24.599 405,7%
301 BAIC Beijing Senova D50 EV 1.255 -66,7% 320 9.911 -46,2%
302 FAW Jumper D60 1.253 8,8% 302 10.948 -5,6%
303 JMC Yusheng S350 1.247 -47,6% 260 15.835 -2,0%
304 SWM X3 1.243 New 332 8.832 New
305 Lincoln MKX (import only) 1.242 27,6% 303 10.875 17,3%
306 Hawtai Santa Fe 1.219 -27,6% 277 13.191 -26,5%
307 Nissan NV200 1.214 25,2% 339 7.992 -10,4%
308 Zotye SR7 1.211 -45,9% 276 13.279 -65,9%
309 Zotye Zhima E30 EV 1.201 -41,2% 373 5.158 93,5%
310 Brilliance H220 1.200 7900,0% 378 4.966 207,5%
311 Jinbei 750 1.193 -68,9% 214 22.764 -57,5%
312 Changan Benni  1.182 -79,3% 194 25.803 -46,0%
313 BMW 2-Series 1.176 -22,1% 264 14.869 16,2%
314 JMC Yusheng S330 1.161 -61,4% 257 16.118 235,3%
315 FAW Besturn B30 1.153 -69,0% 314 10.189 -73,3%
316 Changan Ouliwei 1.123 763,8% 370 5.255 -26,7%
317 Borgward BX7 1.109 -78,0% 193 25.848 5,7%
318 Changan CS95 1.106 New 232 20.125 New
319 Citroën C5 1.061 584,5% 347 7.007 64,7%
320 Zotye Damai X5 1.026 -85,7% 223 21.709 -73,5%
321 Honda Greiz 1.021 -75,4% 195 25.709 -27,7%
322 Suzuki Swift 1.019 -52,8% 282 12.744 -26,1%
323 Baojun 630 1.009 23,2% 406 3.466 -72,2%
324 Enranger (Yingzhi) 727 985 276,0% 325 9.376 125,9%
325 Haima Aishang EV 981 New 399 3.703 New
326 FAW Besturn B50 962 -83,6% 297 11.153 -64,9%
327 Changhe M70 949 New 312 10.324 New
328 Bisu T3 928 New 293 11.744 New
329 Ford Explorer (import only) 919 -34,3% 292 11.834 -5,7%
330 BYD F5 Suri 907 -62,8% 288 12.159 -59,6%
331 Dongfeng Joyear S50 904 119,4% 298 11.150 26,1%
332 Denza EV 894 304,5% 404 3.506 113,7%
333 Haval H1 878 -87,4% 249 17.321 -72,9%
334 Venucia M50V 873 New 301 11.077 New
335 Changan Alsvin V3 (Yuexiang) 872 -58,4% 268 14.318 -56,5%
336 Kia Cerato 871 22,5% 353 6.403 1,6%
337 Foton Gratour ix 864 -60,0% 309 10.400 149,7%
338 BAIC Beijing Huansu S7 835 New 464 900 New
339 Lifan 620 831 170,7% 386 4.254 29,9%
340 Chery Cowin X3 828 -78,8% 201 24.014 20,6%
341 Lifan X60 825 -62,0% 329 8.962 -23,5%
342 Skoda Yeti 815 -61,7% 279 13.158 -45,2%
343 FAW Besturn X80 806 -73,2% 333 8.772 -52,7%
344 Changhe Q25 787 -24,7% 380 4.661 -69,1%
345 Haval H8 758 12,1% 348 6.894 3,8%
346 Kia KX3 756 -92,2% 323 9.470 -84,7%
347 BAW BJ212 755 -24,0% 436 1.820 -75,0%
348 Hyundai Sonata 8 (YF) 754 -75,2% 284 12.624 -61,8%
349 Mercedes-Benz Vito 708 61,3% 344 7.237 174,3%
350 Yema T80 704 New 349 6.796 New
351 Dongfeng Fengshen E70 704 New 468 835 New
352 Ford Everest 695 -34,4% 330 8.960 52,1%
353 Suzuki Alto 688 -54,6% 336 8.163 -27,8%
354 JAC Refine S5 674 -52,5% 217 22.291 -15,9%
355 Zotye Z500 649 9,1% 393 3.990 -27,7%
356 Hyundai Santa Fe 647 -68,7% 310 10.342 -48,7%
357 MG3 646 17,0% 322 9.692 -14,5%
358 Chery E3 632 -69,3% 311 10.332 -27,6%
359 Nissan Livina 632 -41,9% 362 5.706 -26,8%
360 Foton MPX 630 20,7% 351 6.752 31,5%
361 Dongfeng Fengshen AX3 622 -84,6% 278 13.183 -60,3%
362 Enranger (Yingzhi) 737 613 -42,3% 384 4.404 -72,2%
363 Haima M5 603 -82,2% 316 10.116 -73,6%
364 Haima S5H 600 New 462 1.020 New
365 MG GT 587 -79,7% 291 11.949 -15,3%
366 Haima M6 560 -77,7% 318 9.976 -26,9%
367 Haima V70 553 -46,6% 343 7.256 32,1%
368 Bisu M3 547 New 326 9.111 New
369 Enranger (Yingzhi) G3 531 -32,7% 390 4.198 -59,7%
370 Lifan X50 526 -72,1% 385 4.373 -67,8%
371 Leopaard Q6 525 -50,8% 355 6.370 -31,2%
372 Brilliance V6 525 New 481 525 New
373 BYD F0 509 -52,7% 306 10.703 10,4%
374 Yema E70EV 500 New 458 1.188 New
375 Chery Cowin C3 485 -28,1% 372 5.161 61,1%
376 BAIC EX-Series 485 New 388 4.212 New
377 FAW Jumper A70 468 -31,4% 411 3.159 -12,0%
378 Enranger (Yingzhi) G5 467 -14,2% 425 2.657 139,4%
379 BAIC Beijing Huansu S2 454 32,4% 426 2.458 -33,0%
380 Ford Tourneo 441 145,0% 381 4.644 210,0%
381 BAIC Beijing Senova D20 EV 383 -47,9% 367 5.420 -70,8%
382 Kia KX7 375 New 365 5.550 New
383 Dongfeng Succe 356 -8,2% 407 3.336 -38,3%
384 Geely Gleagle K17A 342 New 401 3.648 220,6%
385 GAC Trumpchi GA3S 338 -56,9% 345 7.130 -6,3%
386 Ford Mustang (import only) 335 48,9% 395 3.869 38,6%
387 Jonway A380 330 -51,4% 374 5.046 -7,9%
388 Volkswagen CrossPolo 322 544,0% 405 3.472 -54,8%
389 Zotye Z500 EV 321 New 489 321 New
390 Dongfeng Junfeng ER30 315 New 371 5.215 New
391 Roewe 950 307 143,7% 418 2.780 69,5%
392 Luxgen U6 SUV 303 -85,8% 331 8.944 -68,5%
393 Dongfeng Junfeng E17 300 New 491 300 New
394 GAC Trumpchi GA8 292 -38,0% 392 4.039 41,2%
395 FAW Tianjin Xiali (Charade) 290 -81,3% 358 6.158 -45,9%
396 Changan Raeton 278 -24,9% 441 1.670 -60,9%
397 Citroën C6 271 -75,7% 363 5.676 173,4%
398 Brilliance H3 269 New 360 5.932 New
399 Citroën C4L 267 -86,9% 364 5.563 -61,4%
400 Zotye Z700 262 -75,7% 338 8.135 -31,0%
401 Soueast V5 Lingzhi 262 181,7% 396 3.859 -49,3%
402 Infiniti QX50 261 -63,1% 359 5.995 -16,7%
403 Zotye SR9 260 -92,1% 225 21.372 550,4%
404 Jinbei F50 254 New 383 4.426 New
405 DS6 242 -64,8% 419 2.767 -69,6%
406 Dongfeng Fengshen A30 232 -33,1% 438 1.742 -61,6%
407 BAW Yongshi 229 166,3% 465 870 103,3%
408 Qoros 3 225 -75,1% 420 2.761 -62,6%
409 Dongfeng Fengshen A60 222 -83,0% 337 8.141 -63,0%
410 GAC Trumpchi GE3 215 New 452 1.327 New
411 Toyota Camry 209 -97,8% 92 73.712 -20,9%
412 BAIC Beijing Huansu H5 208 New 434 1.998 New
413 Foton Sauvana 204 36,0% 440 1.697 -7,5%
414 Foton Gratour im 202 New 410 3.178 New
415 Chery Cowin V3 186 -88,7% 356 6.299 -24,6%
416 Dongfeng Fengshan L60 182 44,4% 431 2.137 -5,5%
417 BAW BJ80C 180 89,5% 446 1.498 120,0%
418 Mitsubishi Lancer EX 175 37,8% 428 2.384 96,4%
419 Buick Velite 5 167 New 444 1.595 New
420 Brilliance V5 160 -75,9% 453 1.305 -84,6%
421 JAC J5 Heyue 144 -90,8% 369 5.256 -22,3%
422 FAW Besturn B70 142 -60,0% 437 1.816 -60,1%
423 Lincoln Navigator (import only) 139 28,7% 454 1.288 112,2%
424 Soueast V3 Lingyue 137 New 422 2.752 -57,5%
425 Lifan Lotto 130 -84,9% 408 3.275 -70,3%
426 Chery Arrizo 7 110 -95,7% 397 3.818 -68,7%
427 Dongfeng A9 104 -52,1% 445 1.548 -3,7%
428 BYD Qin EV 98 -91,9% 379 4.833 -50,0%
429 DS 4S 98 -63,3% 459 1.129 -21,3%
430 Nissan Maxima 87 -59,0% 460 1.092 -51,4%
431 Jiangnan Alto 80 New 433 2.004 -43,1%
432 FAW Vita Weizhi Sedan 75 -76,9% 435 1.828 -74,6%
433 Luxgen 3 69 -86,8% 430 2.299 -32,3%
434 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport 66 -80,7% 415 2.974 -16,8%
435 Peugeot 308S 66 -79,0% 457 1.232 -84,2%
436 Luxgen M7 MPV 61 -66,3% 463 1.006 -44,6%
437 Yema Spica 60 New 501 60 New
438 Volvo S60L PHEV 58 New 474 773 1617,8%
439 Chevrolet Lova RV 55 -93,6% 414 2.983 -75,3%
440 Qiteng EX80 52 -81,0% 421 2.754 16,7%
441 Geely TX4 47 -49,5% 471 810 -32,6%
442 DS 5LS 44 -81,4% 455 1.278 -55,1%
443 Peugeot 508 40 -87,5% 473 781 -87,9%
444 BAIC Beijing Senova D80 35 1650,0% 495 172 391,4%
445 BYD G6 34 New 423 2.731 New
446 Zhi Dou D3 EV 33 New 504 33 New
447 BAIC Beijing Senova D20 31 -11,4% 403 3.552 16,5%
448 DS5 30 -52,4% 486 367 -69,3%
449 Zotye Z100EV 26 -99,5% 467 867 -94,1%
450 Ford Focus ST/RS (import only) 17 30,8% 492 290 79,0%
451 Lifan 820 17 -86,3% 402 3.614 89,0%
452 GAC Trumpchi GA5 PHEV 13 -95,8% 466 869 -70,2%
453 BYD G5 11 -96,0% 482 498 -88,4%
454 BAW Yusheng007 9 -25,0% 511 20 -95,1%
455 Changan CS15 EV 8 New 503 38 New
456 Dongfeng Fengshen E30L 6 0,0% 508 25 -94,1%
457 Roewe 350 5 -99,8% 285 12.321 -68,6%
458 Venucia R50 / D50 4 -99,8% 262 15.313 -52,8%
459 Qoros 3 City SUV 4 -99,0% 469 814 -82,9%
460 Fiat Ottimo 4 -98,1% 479 642 -86,5%
461 Brilliance M2 Junjie FSV 4 -88,6% 498 161 -51,2%
462 BAIC Beijing Senova D70 3 -88,9% 505 31 -96,9%
463 Ford F-150 Raptor (import only) 2 New 472 797 New
464 Huasong7 2 -99,9% 387 4.226 11,9%
465 Roewe 550 hybrid 2 -99,8% 427 2.452 -83,1%
466 Soueast V6 Lingshi 2 -50,0% 502 53 -90,8%
467 Fiat Viaggio 1 -99,7% 442 1.622 -77,6%
468 Lifan 720 1 -95,2% 507 26 -87,4%
469 Acura TLX-L 1 New 521 2 New

 

Sources: Manufacturers, Chooseauto