China car sales analysis September 2017

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The Chinese car market continue sits steady growth in September, showing a 3,4% increase to almost 2,3 million sales of passenger cars. This is the fourth consecutive month of single digit increases after years of booming growth. It also builds confidence in the belief that the market will continue its winning streak in 2017 and finish the year in positive territory despite an exceptionally strong last quarter of 2016. That brings the year-to-date total to almost 16,8 million sales, an increase of 3,7% on the same period in 2016. In absolute terms, 2017 is ahead of last year by 600.000 sales, which means the likelihood of yet another new sales record is becoming greater by the passin gmonth. We’d need at least an 8% sales decline in the last quarter to see the first annual decline in a few decades in China. Even considering the exceptionally strong finish of 2016, that seems pretty unlikely, especially taking into account the sales tax on cars with engines of 1,6 liter and smaller will increase again in January, from 7,5% back to its normal rate of 10%, which should pull forward sales of this kind of vehicle to the last quarter. Back to September: the crossovers and SUV trend seems unstoppable with yet another double digit gain: +10% to 971.000 sales, while sedans improve 3,7% to 1,16 million sales and the decline of the MPV segment accelerates to -25% to 165.900 sales. Within those sales figures, electric cars and PHEVs also showed a impressive improvement of 79% in September, to almost 78.000 sales. EVs were responsible for most of that growth, as sales increased 83% to 64.000, compared to a 62% increase for PHEVs, to 14.000. These figures add up to 325.000 EV and 73.000 PHEV sales in China so far this year, an increase of 38% on the first 9 months of 2016 and 2,4% of the overall 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 will be imposed in 2018

The Seasonally Adjusted Annualized selling Rate in August stood at 25,8 million, a similar level as last January, which has been the highest so far this year, and up by 850.000 on August, marking the 6th consecutive month of increased SAAR. The share of domestic automakers in September was 39,8%, the highest figure in the past 3 months and down from 41,8% in September 2016. Sales of domestic brand vehicles across all segments were down 1,5%, compared to a gain of just 2% for US brands, +12% for Japanese brands and +15% for European brands. In contrast, South-Korean brands are down for the 9th month this year, by 23%.

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Baojun_510-SUVIn the models ranking we find a number of broken records again. Let’s start with pointing out this is the first time ever that no less than 13 different nameplates sell over 30.000 units in a single month. This beats the 12 of last December and 11 last January. The Volkswagen Lavida tops the ranking for the second time this year after May, but more importantly sets a new volume record for the nameplate, beating its previous best of last January. It’s only the third time ever the Lavida sells more than 50.000 units in a single month and the highest monthly volume for any sedan ever recorded in China. It is joined on the podium by 2 crossovers, the Haval H6 and Baojun 510, the latter of which lands on the podium for the very first time, improving on its 4th place from last July. That leaves the Wuling Hongguang off the podium for the second consecutive month, which hasn’t happened since the nameplate’s launch in 2013.

Best performer in the top-10, besides the newcomer, is the Volkswagen Tiguan which sets a new volume record for the nameplate, although this figure includes all 3 versions of the Tiguan currently on sale in China: the previous generation, the current generation and the Tiguan L stretched version of the current generation. Also setting a new personal best are the Volkswagen Sagitar (#6, +15%), Ford Escort (#8, +22%), Changan CS75 (#14, +7%), Geely Boyue (#15, +87%), the Roewe RX5 (#17, +82%), Baojun 310 (#19, +309%) and Chevrolet Cavalier (#23, +115%), the latter two topping 20.000 sales for the first time. Other notable movers in the top-100 are the Buick GL8 (#43) at +115%, the Audi A4L (#49) at +157%, the Geely Emgrand GL (#52) at +321% and the Mitsubishi Outlander (#76) at +509%, each setting new volume records for their nameplates.

Best selling newcomer is obviously the Baojun 510 in 3rd place, followed by the Changan CS55 at #36, Soueast DX3 at #57 and Jeep Compass at #65, the latter two of which both top 10.000 monthly sales for the first time in their career.

European brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Citroen_C5_Aircross-SUVOnce again Volkswagen outgrows the market despite having a sedan-heavy line-up in a crossover-craving market. Then again, it’s the brand’s crossovers that are performing the best this month, with the Tiguan up 49% and the Teramont up to 8.771 sales in 79th place. And the Teramont’s success seems to have a spillover effect on VW’s largest sedan Phideon, whose sales have been a dud for most of its 15-month old career, but which have set new volume records in each of the last 2 months, culminating in 1.807 sales in September, good for a 248th place. Sister brand Skoda loses volume for the 6th time this year and the 3rd consecutive month, despite the successful launch of the Kodiaq crossover (#112), the brand’s #2 seller this month. Audi on the other hand has turned its fortunes around with a 29% increase as all of its models improve this month, and wiping out Audi’s loss for the year to date. It’s rivals are not sitting still, though, as Mercedes-Benz sees a 22% sales increase and BMW sells 12% more cars than last year.

The big winner among European luxury brands is once again Volvo, improving 47% and selling more than 10.000 locally produced cars for the first time ever. Almost 3.000 of those are the all-new S90 sedan. Land Rover (+11%) and Jaguar (+73% to sell 2.200 cars for the first time) also outperform the market. Looking at the French manufacturers, their luck finally appears to be turning for the better, although Citroën is still down by a harsh 30% despite the launch of the C5 Aircross (#136) and Peugeot still loses 9% of its volume. Each of these figures is its brand’s best (or should we say: least bad?) year-over-year change so far in 2017. PSA’s luxury brand DS records its lowest decline of the year, but at -48% that offers little reason to celebrate. Renault has joined the Chinese party late but records its best month since last January, with both models contributing.

American brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Lincoln_Continental-sedanBuick sees stable sales in September with an increase of less than one percent for the third straight month. The new generation GL8 (#43, +115%) is the big winner for the brand, while sales of the small crossover Encore (#160, -54%) collapse by more than half. Cadillac has its second best month ever despite an increase of “just” 38%. Still, all four of its locally produced models improve their sales year-over-year. Rival Lincoln, which has no local production and imports all of its vehicles to China, which means they are subject to import duties, has more than double the growth rate at +79% but is still at just over a third of Cadillac’s volume in China as it once again sets a new monthly sales record in China. Chevrolet sales are up 16% as after a slow start, the Cavalier (#23, +115%) is finally making a mark in the ranking and tops 20.000 monthly sales for the first time, while its rival Ford Escort (#8, +22%) also sets a new volume record for the nameplate. However, that’s not enough for the brand to improve as a whole, with Ford sales down 12,8%. Surprisingly, the Kuga (#86, -42%) and Edge (#98, -41%) SUVs suffer the most, as well as the Taurus large sedan (#247, -51%) and the Focus (#33, -26%), which is due for a replacement. After a few relatively weak months, Jeep is back into fast growth with an increase of 32,7% as the Compass (#65) tops 10.000 sales for the first time but the Cherokee (#118, -42%) and Renegade (#219, -36%) are down harshly.

Japanese brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Acura_TLX_L-sedanHonda and Toyota continue to gain market share as both brands improve their sales by more than 14%. At Honda, growth comes mainly from the new generation Civic (#32, +37%) and the newly launched large SUVs Avancier (#70) and UR-V (#165). Toyota also benefits from its compact sedans, with the Corolla up to #11 thanks to a 28% gain and the Levin (#48) up 27% including hybrid (#171), and from its new models Yaris L sedan (#154) and Vios FS (#179). The Camry on the other hand is losing volume (#122, -43%). Nissan also outgrows the overall market with a gain of 6,5%, which is mainly carried by the new arrival Kicks (#78), while its Qashqai (#54, -24%) and X-Trail (#29, -15%) suffer surprise losses, with the former still in double digit growth YTD, but the latter now in negative territory.

Among the smaller Japanese brands, Mazda is stable on last year, while Mitsubishi continues to recover from its year-long slump as its continues to more than double its volume. The locally produced Outlander (#76) was launched exactly one year ago and tops 9.000 sales for the first time. It has already sold more units in the past nine months than any other Mitsubishi model has ever sold in China in a full year, and it will be only a matter of time before the model is in 5-figure monthly sales territory. The Outlander by itself sold almost as many units as the entire Suzuki brand in China, as Suzuki continues to struggle. The brand has had only one 5-figure sales month this year so far, and even the facelifted S-Cross (#262, +38%) can’t stop the bleeding. Acura has its second-best ever month as it launches a second model for local production: the extended wheelbase TLX-L sedan, which sold its first single unit in September.

South-Korean brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Kia_KX_Cross-SUVThe same can be said of Hyundai and Kia, although their losses are shrinking slightly. But even new products seem to offer little relief, as the image of South-Korean brands has been tarnished this year. Hyundai is down 18,4% in September, its smallest decline since the crisis started last March. A few bright spots in its sales report: the brand has its highest volume of the year so far and sales of the Sonata 8 (#232, +44%) and Elantra Lingdong (#37, +12%) are back up again. The brand’s crossovers are still suffering the hardest, with both the ix25 (#144) and ix35 (#182) down by more than 40% and the Tucson (#27) down by almost 13%. At sister brand Kia, total brand sales are still down by almost a third, even despite the launch of 2 new nameplates: the Pegas small (and cheap) sedan, and the KX Cross crossover/hatchback. The introduction of both has severely cannibalized sales of the K2, whose sales are down 80% this month, compared to a loss of 65% for the first 8 months of the year. The Pegas (#124) is a cheap small sedan, priced below the K2, while the KX Cross (#153) is a semi-crossover based on the K2. In fact, it used to be known as the K2 Cross.

Chinese brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Dongfeng_Fengshen_AX4-SUVGeely has moved up to a record high third place in the brands ranking, distancing Changan as the best selling domestic brand. At least Changan is back ahead of Baojun after 2 months in 3rd place, although just 1.500 sales separate the two brands. Haval suffers a third straight month of double digit losses, but this is more than compensated by the successful launch of Great Wall’s Wey premium brand, which has its first five digit sales month thanks to the launch of its second model VV5 (#143). Double digit losses continue for BAIC and Dongfeng, the latter of which expands its Fengshen subbrand to 7 nameplates with the launch of the AX4 crossover (#191), which immediately almost equals the AX7 (#190) for the #2 best selling Fengshen. Wuling also continues to suffer from the slowdown in Hongguang sales, while contrastingly GAC Trumpchi and SAIC Roewe maintain their booming growth pace. GAC Trumpchi has expanded its range in recent months and some of the new models are making themselves noticed: the large SUV GS7 (#296) passes the 1.000 sales mark for the first time, while the GS3 crossover (#161) sells over 4.000 units in its second month of sales.

Among smaller Chinese brands, JAC is hit particularly hard with sales down 50%. The brand has sought to become a leader in electric cars, but shifting its R&D budget to EVs means it has neglected the development of new “traditional” ICE models, which still make up the bulk of Chinese sales and which still make almost all of the profit for automakers. A similar trend is going on at Haima, which also loses almost 50% of its sales this month. Wey is by far the best selling new brand, ahead of Hanteng and Bisu as SWM Motor celebrates its first anniversary with a slight loss compared to its introduction month.

New models

We’ve already briefly discussed the Citroën C5 Aircross, Wey VV5, Dongfeng Fengshen AX4, Acura TLX Kia Pegas and Kia KX Cross, other newcomers this month are the Zotye T300 crossover (#216), Huansu H5 MPV (#275), BYD SongMax MPV (#367), Lifan X80 SUV (#379) and the quirky Luxgen U5 crossover (#435).

 

China brands ranking September 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 2017-09  Change 2017 Change YTD rank
1 Volkswagen  335.793 19,6% 2.278.976 5,7% 1
2 Honda  133.898 14,3% 1.029.557 24,3% 2
3 Geely  112.531 46,3% 832.878 77,6% 5
4 Buick  111.437 0,9% 855.180 -1,7% 4
5 Nissan  110.795 6,5% 757.794 11,6% 7
6 Toyota  105.496 14,7% 880.375 12,1% 3
7 Changan  96.761 -17,3% 759.465 -8,5% 6
8 Baojun  95.218 35,9% 644.166 33,9% 8
9 Hyundai  85.040 -18,4% 499.628 -35,9% 11
10 Ford  84.108 -12,8% 582.905 -11,9% 9
11 Haval  77.755 -11,3% 581.899 -1,4% 10
12 Audi  59.382 28,9% 408.940 -0,6% 13
13 Chevrolet  59.225 16,0% 382.162 10,0% 14
14 Dongfeng  56.878 -11,7% 446.486 -4,6% 12
15 BAIC  47.811 -25,0% 357.881 -22,9% 17
16 GAC  46.185 24,4% 376.411 43,2% 15
17 Wuling  40.259 -31,4% 375.294 -17,1% 16
20 Kia  40.003 -27,3% 216.693 -48,9% 25
18 SAIC Roewe  38.214 40,0% 269.225 100,9% 22
19 Mercedes-Benz  37.495 22,4% 332.747 42,6% 18
21 BMW  34.495 12,3% 280.770 23,6% 20
22 Chery  33.427 -34,1% 314.228 1,1% 19
23 Zotye  32.781 7,7% 180.327 -19,9% 26
24 BYD  32.600 -29,0% 271.592 -18,7% 21
25 Skoda  32.000 -1,9% 231.590 -1,2% 23
26 Mazda  30.334 -0,2% 227.459 21,2% 24
27 Peugeot  25.499 -9,0% 161.974 -29,8% 28
28 Huansu  19.910 -0,6% 170.244 -8,3% 27
29 JAC  19.228 -50,1% 158.878 -39,8% 29
30 Jeep  18.266 32,7% 149.163 65,4% 30
31 FAW  18.225 -18,7% 128.709 -1,1% 31
32 Cadillac  16.029 38,2% 124.181 79,2% 32
33 Soueast  15.548 50,7% 105.990 46,5% 33
34 Citroën  14.551 -30,2% 77.146 -56,2% 40
35 Mitsubishi  12.643 167,0% 83.308 186,5% 38
36 Venucia  12.582 1,8% 92.009 16,0% 35
37 Hawtai  12.554 113,2% 74.080 36,2% 41
38 Wey  12.013 New 28.451 New 56
39 SAIC MG  11.814 47,4% 91.533 57,5% 36
40 Leopaard  10.750 19,3% 89.904 38,4% 37
41 Lifan  10.245 24,2% 70.823 16,9% 42
42 Volvo  10.100 47,0% 64.088 29,7% 44
43 Brilliance  9.968 -1,5% 64.347 -47,6% 43
44 Suzuki  9.904 -13,5% 78.072 -29,8% 39
45 Haima  9.442 -49,8% 95.517 -32,7% 34
46 Karry  7.583 47,4% 57.711 19,1% 45
47 Renault  6.566 114,0% 53.487 269,7% 46
48 Land Rover  5.845 11,0% 44.155 28,9% 49
49 SWM Motor  5.809 -3,2% 46.798 680,0% 48
50 Hanteng  5.138 New 40.727 New 50
51 Zhi Dou  5.084 64,5% 32.616 158,5% 53
52 Bisu  4.907 New 30.779 New 54
53 Jiangling  4.594 56,1% 48.320 215,3% 47
54 Jinbei  3.628 28,6% 39.226 -29,2% 51
55 Changhe  3.508 -27,9% 33.773 -15,7% 52
56 SAIC Maxus  3.505 94,3% 19.472 50,3% 59
57 Borgward  2.933 -42,9% 30.697 115,6% 55
58 Yema  2.528 -16,7% 21.760 -10,7% 58
59 Infiniti  2.299 3,1% 19.302 6,3% 60
60 Jaguar  2.200 73,0% 14.505 1040,3% 63
61 Enranger (Yingzhi)  2.085 -24,0% 15.664 -39,7% 62
62 Landwind  2.000 -67,8% 28.436 -50,8% 57
63 Foton  1.842 158,7% 18.238 203,2% 61
64 Huasong  1.514 496,1% 4.220 137,3% 69
65 Acura  1.317 13,5% 9.060 263,3% 66
66 Qoros  1.087 -56,8% 9.134 -42,2% 65
67 Luxgen  1.029 -74,3% 11.617 -62,2% 64
68 Great Wall  952 -49,9% 7.663 -67,7% 67
69 DS  794 -47,9% 4.283 -64,3% 68
70 Qiteng  502 185,2% 2.530 24,1% 71
71 Jonway  500 -16,7% 4.216 -3,7% 70
72 Denza  402 173,5% 1.948 52,5% 73
73 Jiangnan  197   1.854 -47,3% 74
74 Fiat  70 -87,7% 2.250 -79,1% 72

China models ranking September 2017

  Model 2017-09  Change 2016 rank 2017 Change
1 Volkswagen Lavida 53.520 34,7% 4 346.576 -2,7%
2 Haval H6 45.161 -15,2% 2 347.706 -6,8%
3 Baojun 510 41.031 New   209.914 New
4 Wuling Hongguang 40.248 -29,1% 1 369.906 -15,7%
5 Nissan Sylphy 39.789 5,7% 5 280.424 17,7%
6 Volkswagen Sagitar 39.358 15,3% 9 235.885 -6,3%
7 Buick Excelle GT 36.045 -0,9% 6 310.847 15,8%
8 Ford Escort 35.393 22,3% 10 191.716 -5,9%
9 Volkswagen Jetta 34.253 -0,2% 7 233.665 -14,1%
10 Volkswagen Tiguan 33.462 48,7% 17 243.628 45,2%
11 Toyota Corolla 32.014 28,0% 15 260.243 13,5%
12 GAC Trumpchi GS4 30.505 -10,8% 8 265.604 11,1%
13 Volkswagen Santana 30.379 18,3% 14 202.628 -7,0%
14 Changan CS75 26.581 7,1% 16 166.334 16,0%
15 Geely Boyue 26.317 87,3% 42 193.936 262,3%
16 Volkswagen Bora 25.226 -7,1% 12 176.842 22,3%
17 Roewe RX5 25.066 82,3% 44 164.065 586,2%
18 Geely EC7 Emgrand 23.770 17,7% 23 179.614 18,8%
19 Baojun 310 21.705 308,8% 131 127.694 2304,8%
20 Buick Envision 21.379 -19,2% 13 169.824 -5,8%
21 Honda CR-V 21.361 -1,1% 20 119.108 -12,8%
22 Volkswagen Magotan 21.011 44,8% 40 159.528 36,6%
23 Chevrolet Cavalier 20.925 114,8% 73 122.474 1157,3%
24 Baojun 730 20.922 -49,4% 3 184.710 -20,6%
25 Buick Verano (Wei Lang) 19.510 8,4% 28 123.814 4,2%
26 Volkswagen Lamando 17.803 47,9% 53 103.252 2,5%
27 Hyundai Tucson 17.620 -12,7% 24 81.363 -31,3%
28 Volkswagen Passat 17.505 10,4% 33 123.016 0,7%
29 Nissan X-Trail 17.068 -14,9% 25 122.965 -2,4%
30 Volkswagen Golf 16.793 -2,8% 29 115.909 -15,9%
31 Haval H2 16.531 -18,3% 22 152.956 33,6%
32 Honda Civic 15.757 36,8% 58 130.136 149,5%
33 Ford Focus 15.707 -26,0% 21 122.790 -19,9%
34 Dongfeng Fengguang 580 15.627 20,0% 49 123.378 211,4%
35 Hyundai Mistra 15.181 2,8% 39 91.141 -10,8%
36 Changan CS55 14.938 New   32.044 New
37 Hyundai Elantra Lingdong 14.902 11,9% 48 61.536 -27,2%
38 Honda Accord 14.832 -8,0% 32 106.439 18,6%
39 Mazda3 Axela 14.782 -0,9% 36 99.499 1,8%
40 Changan CS35 14.705 -20,5% 26 101.253 -22,4%
41 Volkswagen Polo 14.700 -11,3% 31 125.680 -1,0%
42 Geely Emgrand GS 14.007 64,3% 82 98.084 224,9%
43 Buick GL8 13.899 114,7% 115 106.629 89,3%
44 Audi A6L 13.807 17,4% 55 106.559 3,1%
45 Chevrolet Malibu 13.654 38,0% 72 74.835 48,2%
46 Kia K3 13.565 -26,5% 27 86.889 -26,9%
47 Audi Q5 13.539 17,4% 57 92.736 -6,0%
48 Toyota Levin 13.269 24,2% 63 92.340 -8,5%
49 Audi A4L 13.179 157,1% 138 85.936 6,1%
50 Honda Vezel 12.715 -17,2% 35 107.407 -8,2%
51 Honda XR-V 12.189 -2,3% 51 133.630 14,5%
52 Geely Emgrand GL 12.091 320,7% 188 82.297 2763,5%
53 Skoda Octavia 12.041 -9,8% 47 87.628 -21,5%
54 Nissan Qashqai 11.766 -23,7% 34 117.707 22,7%
55 Toyota RAV4 11.577 11,0% 64 96.695 21,4%
56 Geely FC Vision 11.192 0,7% 59 102.807 7,6%
57 Soueast DX3 11.150 New   70.731 New
58 BMW 5-Series L 11.115 -25,4% 37 86.002 -21,5%
59 Mercedes-Benz C-Class L 10.955 34,6% 88 95.967 20,0%
60 Ford Mondeo 10.738 -1,5% 61 75.837 1,5%
61 Chery Arrizo 5 10.515 -29,1% 38 95.792 28,9%
62 Mercedes-Benz E-Class L 10.413 29,9% 91 85.229 169,6%
63 BYD F3 10.389 -6,2% 60 94.706 13,5%
64 Geely Vision X6 10.101 0,4% 70 87.528 411,5%
65 Jeep Compass 10.008 New   59.782 New
66 Audi Q3 9.951 2,8% 74 62.107 -6,7%
67 Honda Fit 9.934 -7,8% 62 80.354 -5,8%
68 Hyundai Verna Yuena 9.814 New   56.125 New
69 BMW 3-Series L 9.689 25,6% 100 93.358 29,9%
70 Honda Avancier 9.669 New   57.246 New
71 Baojun 560 9.518 -57,2% 18 117.587 -48,3%
72 Dongfeng Joyear SUV 9.371 100,4% 148 60.962 15,4%
73 Nissan Teana 9.354 27,1% 105 76.866 18,1%
74 Buick LaCrosse 9.276 15,8% 92 68.361 38,2%
75 BAIC EC180 9.143 New   37.876 New
76 Mitsubishi Outlander 9.002 508,7% 232 59.312 3910,3%
77 Audi A3 8.906 11,7% 95 61.602 -0,1%
78 Nissan Kicks 8.805 New   15.341 New
79 Volkswagen Teramont 8.771 New   44.397 New
80 Zotye T700 8.771 New   24.034 New
81 Hawtai New Santa Fe 8.732 168,6% 176 49.239 89,7%
82 Honda Crider 8.723 8,5% 90 73.302 24,6%
83 BYD Song 8.673 -14,0% 68 70.335 40,2%
84 Toyota Highlander 8.498 8,6% 98 77.644 13,5%
85 Changan Eado 8.470 -49,8% 30 71.801 -39,5%
86 Ford Kuga 8.348 -42,0% 41 63.356 -24,8%
87 Nissan Tiida Hatchback 8.307 57,2% 132 52.266 171,7%
88 FAW Besturn X40 8.293 New   44.175 New
89 BMW X1 8.254 27,4% 113 66.621 86,3%
90 Mercedes-Benz GLC 8.000 New   83.993 New
91 Chevrolet Sail 7.960 -40,4% 46 75.537 -7,9%
92 Nissan Lannia 7.664 25,4% 121 38.695 -29,6%
93 Dongfeng Fengxing Lingzhi (Future) 7.557 2,5% 104 54.089 -23,0%
94 Zotye T600 7.555 -36,4% 54 46.658 -43,7%
95 Wey VV7 7.444 New   23.882 New
96 Chevrolet Cruze 7.433 -40,8% 50 52.485 -66,3%
97 Toyota Vios sedan 7.421 4,7% 108 74.199 -13,3%
98 Ford Edge 7.265 -41,4% 52 79.945 -5,2%
99 Changan Oushang A800 7.085 New   20.760 New
100 Buick Regal 6.817 25,5% 130 43.642 -9,4%
101 Haval M6 6.790 New   9.991 New
102 Mazda CX-4 6.769 28,4% 133 51.864 141,6%
103 GAC Trumpchi GS8 6.687 New   71.628 New
104 MG ZS 6.664 New   47.789 New
105 Hyundai Verna 6.638 -20,0% 83 20.396 -79,5%
106 Roewe i6 6.616 New   46.254 New
107 BAIC Beijing Huansu S3 6.533 2,9% 117 63.659 -9,0%
108 Honda City 6.524 0,8% 114 45.614 -6,4%
109 Hyundai Elantra Langdon 6.332 -77,5% 11 85.466 -50,9%
110 Peugeot 408 6.246 -24,6% 85 36.638 -42,2%
111 Volkswagen Gran Lavida 6.177 -13,5% 106 38.812 -27,6%
112 Skoda Kodiaq 6.160 New   25.227 New
113 Toyota Prado 6.078 62,6% 169 46.558 79,3%
114 JAC Refine M1 6.066 -5,7% 116 47.771 1,2%
115 Cadillac XT5 6.042 15,4% 134 45.552 131,2%
116 Mercedes-Benz GLA 6.009 -4,8% 118 52.602 1,3%
117 Roewe 360 6.007 -26,3% 87 41.541 -26,2%
118 Jeep Cherokee 5.970 -41,6% 65 62.307 -19,4%
119 Peugeot 308 5.890 7,1% 126 31.105 -32,1%
120 Volkswagen C-Trek 5.781 New   46.753 New
121 Skoda Rapid 5.778 -27,5% 96 46.896 -5,0%
122 Toyota Camry 5.777 -42,8% 67 71.499 -5,7%
123 Lincoln (import only) 5.721 79,2% 177 40.215 87,9%
124 Kia Pegas 5.384 New   5.384 New
125 Toyota Yaris L hatchback 5.215 -31,4% 101 40.341 -8,7%
126 JAC Refine S3 5.202 -76,2% 19 37.320 -72,4%
127 Leopaard CS9 5.180 New   17.856 New
128 Peugeot 4008 5.165 New   33.872 New
129 Hanteng X7 5.138 New   40.727 New
130 Zhi Dou D2 EV 5.084 466,1% 272 32.591 430,9%
131 Chevrolet Equinox 5.037 New   32.152 New
132 FAW Xenia R7 5.027 -36,5% 97 39.511 52,6%
133 Leopaard CS10 5.019 -39,5% 84 66.894 17,2%
134 Volkswagen Sportsvan 4.999 6,0% 146 34.914 63,7%
135 Cadillac ATS-L 4.933 24,9% 160 39.752 72,2%
136 Citroën C5 Aircross 4.836 New   4.836 New
137 Venucia T70 4.834 -34,5% 103 39.213 -16,2%
138 Honda Jade 4.825 102,2% 204 32.002 33,7%
139 Chery Tiggo 7 4.805 -8,0% 135 47.054 800,9%
140 Changan CX70 4.737 -52,7% 71 74.804 50,3%
141 BAIC Beijing Huansu H3 4.635 -48,6% 79 57.582 -20,3%
142 Dongfeng Fengxing SX6 4.630 New   26.780 New
143 Wey VV5 4.569 New   4.569 New
144 Hyundai ix25 4.563 -41,2% 99 29.824 -60,8%
145 Karry K60 4.555 New   34.884 New
146 Dongfeng Fengguang 330 4.536 -32,7% 111 61.648 -18,5%
147 Nissan Sunny 4.511 -44,4% 89 24.401 -50,4%
148 Volvo XC60 4.501 22,1% 171 29.504 6,8%
149 Mazda CX-5 4.483 -4,1% 147 36.965 6,0%
150 Chery Tiggo 3 4.461 -51,0% 77 58.304 -24,3%
151 SWM X7 4.460 -25,7% 122 40.149 569,2%
152 Honda Elysion 4.385 38,6% 179 29.851 33,6%
153 Kia KX Cross 4.374 New   4.374 New
154 Toyota Yaris L sedan 4.362 New   28.704 New
155 Renault Koleos 4.309 New   34.790 New
156 Mazda6 Atenza 4.300 -16,0% 139 39.130 87,2%
157 Changan CS15 4.244 -55,3% 75 49.652 3,5%
158 Venucia T90 4.219 New   31.436 New
159 Dongfeng Fengshen H30 / S30 4.162 128,6% 224 20.727 142,1%
160 Buick Encore 4.147 -53,9% 80 30.766 -39,0%
161 GAC Trumpchi GS3 4.147 New   4.989 New
162 Land Rover Discovery Sport 4.141 20,0% 174 30.682 107,0%
163 BMW 1-Series 4.077 New   22.255 New
164 Brilliance H530 4.059 394,4% 284 10.024 228,8%
165 Honda UR-V 4.057 New   26.413 New
166 Cadillac XTS 3.977 111,2% 221 30.848 36,4%
167 BAIC Beijing Weiwang M30 3.947 -71,5% 43 21.445 -77,6%
168 Skoda Superb 3.913 -3,2% 157 30.194 20,4%
169 Soueast DX7 Bolang 3.911 -55,8% 81 29.541 -50,0%
170 Citroën C-Elysee 3.897 -44,4% 109 34.305 -45,8%
171 Toyota Levin Hybrid 3.864 38,6% 191 28.718 55,0%
172 Kia Sportage R 3.840 -33,3% 123 20.832 -63,8%
173 Geely Borui / GC9 3.828 -14,5% 150 29.912 -17,5%
174 Ford EcoSport 3.796 -2,8% 161 22.733 -29,1%
175 Haval H7 3.783 -27,1% 136 31.222 43,1%
176 Lifan Xuanlang 3.642 New   16.215 New
177 Changan Linmax 3.585 New   21.706 New
178 Haima S5 3.560 -61,9% 76 43.934 -36,0%
179 Toyota Vios FS 3.557 New   25.897 New
180 BYD Qin 3.554 13,7% 181 7.720 -58,5%
181 Toyota Crown 3.521 -13,7% 156 27.736 24,2%
182 Hyundai ix35 3.504 -48,8% 110 16.300 -70,8%
183 Bisu T5 3.461 New   12.842 New
184 Honda Odyssey 3.382 -11,1% 166 25.773 -2,1%
185 Kia K5 3.327 31,3% 197 20.162 8,9%
186 Changan Alsvin 3.320 -58,5% 94 34.189 -30,2%
187 Peugeot 5008 3.306 New   14.670 New
188 Chery Tiggo 5 3.137 -38,2% 142 13.681 -68,8%
189 Changan Oushang 3.095 -69,3% 69 56.188 -35,4%
190 Dongfeng Fengshen AX7 3.075 -59,3% 102 32.365 -24,4%
191 Dongfeng Fengshen AX4 3.072 New   3.072 New
192 Kia KX5 3.066 -20,8% 162 13.569 -70,2%
193 MG GS 3.045 -27,4% 152 24.151 -37,4%
194 Geely Vision X3 3.032 New   3.395 New
195 JAC IEV6S 3.021 81,4% 228 17.494 950,7%
196 Geely Vision X1 3.004 New   10.724 New
197 Volvo S90 2.980 New   15.154 New
198 Lifan Maiwei 2.935 -52,9% 119 32.201 26,0%
199 Karry K50 2.928 -42,4% 141 22.567 -53,1%
200 Suzuki Beidouxing (Big Dipper) 2.914 146,1% 248 15.276 -23,3%
201 Mitsubishi ASX 2.883 1,9% 189 19.296 -15,4%
202 BAIC Beijing Huansu S5 2.877 New   13.704 New
203 Zotye Damai X7 2.869 New   16.569 New
204 Venucia R50 / D50 2.842 -41,0% 145 12.392 -56,5%
205 BAIC Beijing Weiwang S50 2.800 27,8% 210 10.428 -38,0%
206 Maxus G10 2.789 54,6% 226 18.673 44,1%
207 Chery Fulwin 2 2.750 -36,8% 151 15.863 -57,0%
208 Chevrolet Captiva 2.741 98,0% 237 8.458 -36,4%
209 Changan Benni  2.664 -19,7% 175 22.601 -41,6%
210 Chery eQ 2.652 430,4% 316 14.766 69,2%
211 BAIC Beijing Huansu H2 2.634 347,2% 311 13.605 46,7%
212 Volvo S60L 2.619 -17,8% 178 19.430 -9,2%
213 Geely Gleagle K12 2.525 New   4.026 New
214 BAW BJ40 2.517 76,4% 235 14.092 152,6%
215 Zotye T300 2.456 New   2.456 New
216 Citroën C4 Sedan 2.387 -56,7% 125 9.143 -75,7%
217 Brilliance V3 2.301 -71,9% 86 19.548 -75,5%
218 BYD Yuan 2.289 -58,9% 124 18.442 -41,0%
219 Jeep Renegade 2.288 -35,5% 173 27.074 109,9%
220 BYD e5 2.288 9,3% 212 18.153 98,1%
221 Renault Kadjar 2.257 -26,4% 182 18.697 29,2%
222 JMC Yusheng 2.229 -24,3% 186 31.023 102,5%
223 Haima M3 2.221 -15,0% 195 13.962 -40,0%
224 Hyundai Santa Fe 2.215 -3,6% 206 8.300 -49,0%
225 Changan Honor 2.213 -81,1% 56 73.286 -38,8%
226 BAW BJ20 2.206 -21,0% 190 11.839 229,0%
227 Jaguar XFL 2.200 73,0% 243 14.505 1040,3%
228 Volkswagen Touran 2.196 -55,0% 143 23.921 -31,0%
229 Hyundai Celesta 2.192 New   24.610 New
230 Nissan Murano 2.184 24,1% 227 17.869 30,0%
231 JAC Refine S7 2.110 New   10.041 New
232 Hyundai Sonata 8 (YF) 2.079 43,8% 233 10.725 -61,8%
233 JAC Refine S2 2.075 -54,0% 149 19.173 -50,3%
234 Brilliance H330 2.064 4200,0% 377 12.849 -42,6%
235 Honda Greiz 2.045 -35,3% 180 24.151 -15,6%
236 Zotye Damai X5 2.019 -74,8% 93 18.686 -72,4%
237 Borgward BX7 2.005 -60,9% 137 23.931 68,1%
238 GAC Trumpchi GA6 2.005 46,4% 239 18.807 145,9%
239 Haval H5 2.000 7,8% 222 10.792 -36,4%
240 Peugeot 301 1.991 -69,6% 112 21.680 -58,8%
241 BAIC Beijing Senova X35 1.990 -80,5% 66 29.554 -15,0%
242 Skoda Rapid Spaceback 1.963 -48,5% 165 20.052 2,1%
243 Zotye SR7 1.959 -61,5% 140 10.533 -67,5%
244 Kia K4 1.953 -51,0% 158 12.259 -46,7%
245 Jinbei Grace 1.918 133,6% 285 15.351 57,5%
246 Suzuki Vitara 1.905 -46,3% 172 19.472 -32,4%
247 Ford Taurus 1.828 -51,3% 168 19.063 -16,4%
248 Volkswagen Phideon 1.807 163,8% 297 5.123 610,5%
249 Honda Spirior 1.788 -7,0% 216 15.494 -3,8%
250 Lincoln MKC (import only) 1.788 29,7% 238 13.970 52,8%
251 Peugeot 3008 1.782 -56,9% 154 14.646 -55,4%
252 Volkswagen CC 1.760 -33,6% 194 15.808 -23,2%
253 Suzuki Alivio 1.760 -20,7% 207 14.249 -7,8%
254 Zotye Z300 1.734 73,9% 262 11.495 6,0%
255 Honda Gienia 1.709 New   22.632 New
256 Range Rover Evoque 1.704 -6,1% 225 13.473 78,9%
257 JMC E100 1.693 New   10.417 New
258 Infiniti Q50L 1.689 8,4% 230 14.222 15,0%
259 Changhe Freedom M50 1.660 -12,2% 218 15.115 -31,3%
260 Chery QQ 1.635 160,4% 305 14.187 5,0%
261 BYD S7 1.631 -57,8% 164 19.210 -65,6%
262 Suzuki S-Cross 1.587 37,6% 251 10.128 11,6%
263 FAW Jumper D60 1.571 85,0% 279 8.234 -14,2%
264 BAIC Beijing Huansu S6 1.567 -59,5% 163 18.504 -40,7%
265 Hawtai EV160 1.563 New   3.356 New
266 Baojun E100 1.562 New   2.236 New
267 BAIC Beijing Senova X25 1.539 -78,3% 107 20.093 -69,2%
268 Geely King Kong 1.530 -58,6% 170 30.706 -31,0%
269 BAIC Beijing Weiwang M50 1.530 New   20.495 New
270 Skoda Yeti 1.520 -37,6% 202 11.472 -40,2%
271 Huasong7 1.514 496,1% 338 4.220 137,3%
272 Yema T70 1.510 -49,7% 184 16.031 -31,8%
273 Hawtai E80 1.484 4022,2% 381 8.187 12304,5%
274 BAIC Beijing Huansu H5 1.451 New   1.451 New
275 Zotye SR9 1.434 New   20.292 New
276 Haval H1 1.422 -74,1% 128 15.177 -69,8%
277 Haima S7 1.422 136,6% 309 11.830 82,2%
278 Citroën C3-XR 1.412 -77,1% 120 14.340 -72,3%
279 Jinbei 750 1.411 -29,5% 213 19.943 -56,3%
280 Haval H9 1.373 34,6% 259 8.538 5,4%
281 BMW 2-Series 1.360 -15,3% 229 12.534 26,0%
282 Mercedes-Benz V-Class 1.357 82,6% 289 9.035 158,4%
283 JMC Yusheng S350 1.355 New   10.445 New
284 SWM X3 1.349 New   6.649 New
285 Chevrolet Trax 1.341 -53,9% 187 13.345 -48,2%
286 Lincoln MKX (import only) 1.340 33,7% 261 8.485 10,4%
287 Acura CDX 1.316 13,4% 250 9.059 263,2%
288 Lincoln MKZ (import only) 1.289 78,8% 293 9.288 122,9%
289 Chery Cowin X5 1.230 New   1.922 New
290 MG GT 1.175 -53,0% 198 10.123 12,3%
291 Zotye E200 1.167 258,0% 326 9.263 60,1%
292 Suzuki Swift 1.164 -18,6% 234 10.804 -17,8%
293 Lincoln Continental (import only) 1.138 New   7.457 New
294 Ford Explorer (import only) 1.087 -2,3% 255 9.902 -1,9%
295 GAC Trumpchi GS7 1.087 New   2.639 New
296 BYD Tang 1.077 -49,2% 211 10.416 -61,1%
297 Cadillac CT6 1.077 100,9% 315 8.029 105,0%
298 Peugeot 2008 1.071 -56,7% 201 7.520 -67,9%
299 Ford Everest 1.033 39,0% 290 7.465 87,5%
300 Geely Gleagle K17A 1.026 654,4% 359 3.066 169,4%
301 Dongfeng Fengshen AX5 1.003 New   12.484 New
302 Citroën C5 1.001 197,9% 324 4.534 16,6%
303 Dongfeng Junfeng ER30 995 New   3.895 New
304 Great Wall Voleex C30 952 -49,9% 217 7.663 -62,2%
305 Lifan 620 952 New   3.095 36,6%
306 FAW Besturn B50 947 -82,6% 129 9.617 -55,6%
307 Yema T80 947 New   5.343 New
308 MG3 930 -27,2% 241 8.374 -14,8%
309 Borgward BX5 928 New   6.766 New
310 Enranger (Yingzhi) 727 924 41,1% 300 7.539 113,1%
311 Changhe M70 903 New   8.449 New
312 Chery Cowin X3 898 -77,3% 159 22.441 93,9%
313 Bisu T3 886 New   9.924 New
314 BYD F0 885 4,2% 280 9.819 21,5%
315 JMC Yusheng S330 874 New   7.607 New
316 Lifan X60 845 2385,3% 383 8.086 -4,4%
317 Changan CS95 838 New   18.214 New
318 GAC Trumpchi GA3S 832 -15,7% 263 6.599 12,2%
319 Kia Cerato 817 4,1% 288 4.874 -4,8%
320 Zotye Z700 779 -60,7% 214 7.643 -13,5%
321 Nissan NV200 769 -12,1% 275 5.758 -18,9%
322 Mercedes-Benz Vito 761 901,3% 369 5.921 232,8%
323 Qoros 5 SUV 760 -10,6% 278 5.814 -6,3%
324 Dongfeng Fengshen A60 749 -60,3% 220 7.711 -59,6%
325 Chery E3 746 -35,1% 252 9.135 -21,8%
326 Brilliance M2 Junjie FRV 720 2150,0% 384 4.656 -29,8%
327 Maxus D90 716 New   799 New
328 Hawtai Santa Fe 713 -61,3% 223 10.892 -25,5%
329 FAW Besturn B30 703 -71,7% 199 8.576 -72,6%
330 Haval H8 695 26,4% 313 5.517 0,9%
331 Luxgen U6 SUV 692 -68,5% 208 8.188 -66,0%
332 Venucia M50V 687 New   8.959 New
333 Zotye Z100 684 447,2% 360 6.093 155,3%
334 Foton Gratour ix 684 New   8.701 New
335 BYD F5 Suri 674 -77,9% 183 10.600 -56,2%
336 Dongfeng Joyear S50 672 -40,6% 253 9.264 25,0%
337 Haima M6 669 -43,5% 249 8.793 1,7%
338 Lifan 820 660 1018,6% 373 3.390 91,3%
339 Zotye Zhima E30 EV 653 New   3.531 467,7%
340 Citroën C4L 641 -49,7% 242 4.883 -54,7%
341 Skoda Fabia 625 -37,9% 260 10.121 6,4%
342 Brilliance H230 621 8771,4% 393 7.343 290,6%
343 Foton MPX 620 34,2% 317 5.472 28,4%
344 BAW BJ212 617 -4,0% 304 619 -88,6%
345 Haima M5 615 -85,0% 155 8.640 -69,5%
346 Infiniti QX50 610 -9,2% 299 5.080 -12,4%
347 FAW Besturn X80 609 -73,8% 205 7.513 -39,5%
348 Zotye Z500 599 -1,8% 308 2.805 -36,5%
349 Mitsubishi Lancer EX 580 422,5% 362 1.969 105,1%
350 Haima V70 577 -30,0% 283 6.065 36,1%
351 JAC Refine S5 575 -80,5% 185 20.134 -12,2%
352 Suzuki Alto 565 -40,3% 268 6.734 -24,2%
353 Bisu M3 560 New   8.013 New
354 Changhe Q35 556 -76,8% 203 6.812 37,5%
355 Leopaard Q6 551 -23,4% 295 5.154 -34,6%
356 Ford Tourneo 550 169,6% 348 3.741 236,4%
357 Nissan Livina 541 -50,7% 256 4.519 -20,9%
358 JMC E200 540 New   5.530 New
359 Dongfeng Fengshen AX3 533 -87,2% 153 11.965 -53,0%
360 GAC Trumpchi GA8 517 91,5% 334 3.303 72,5%
361 FAW Jumper A70 507 -64,4% 236 2.193 15,3%
362 Qiteng EX80 502 185,2% 352 2.530 24,1%
363 Jonway A380 500 -16,7% 310 4.216 -3,7%
364 Kia KX3 497 -91,0% 127 8.071 -82,1%
365 Baojun 630 480 -44,6% 276 2.025 -81,3%
366 BYD Song MAX 474 New   474 New
367 Enranger (Yingzhi) G3 460 -52,2% 266 3.081 -65,2%
368 Enranger (Yingzhi) 737 424 -62,4% 254 3.232 -76,2%
369 Denza EV 402 173,5% 357 1.948 52,5%
370 GAC Trumpchi GE3 399 New   624 New
371 DS6 397 -55,6% 273 2.227 -70,9%
372 Changhe Q25 389 -32,7% 312 3.397 -74,1%
373 Kia KX7 388 New   4.822 New
374 BAIC Beijing Senova X55 379 -63,5% 258 1.856 -92,8%
375 Citroën C6 377 -30,7% 314 5.105 838,4%
376 Dongfeng Succe 375 -44,6% 298 2.613 -42,2%
377 BYD G6 365 New   2.279 New
378 Lifan X80 365 New   365 New
379 Buick Velite 5 364 New   1.296 New
380 Toyota Reiz 343 -61,5% 274 5.502 -61,3%
381 Ford Mustang (import only) 338 -12,9% 323 3.114 32,6%
382 Lifan Lotto 337 -63,3% 270 3.030 -67,1%
383 Roewe 950 300 -1,0% 331 2.209 150,2%
384 Jinbei F50 299 New   3.932 New
385 Volkswagen CrossPolo 292 -65,2% 281 2.639 -63,7%
386 Foton Sauvana 291 16,4% 340 1.304 -13,3%
387 Qoros 3 279 -76,9% 246 2.513 -55,2%
388 Enranger (Yingzhi) G5 277 New   1.812 New
389 Chery Arrizo 7 276 -88,9% 200 3.516 -54,8%
390 Lifan X50 260 -64,8% 292 3.469 -67,2%
391 Foton Gratour im 247 New   2.761 New
392 Soueast V3 Lingyue 246 -60,6% 306 2.467 -58,4%
393 Soueast V5 Lingzhi 241 -70,4% 286 3.200 -52,9%
394 BAIC Beijing Senova D50 EV 234 -93,8% 167 8.244 -18,2%
395 BAIC Beijing Senova D50 231 -22,7% 332 643 -85,8%
396 Roewe 350 224 -91,7% 192 12.050 -62,8%
397 DS 5LS 224 -7,1% 343 898 -60,6%
398 BAW Yongshi 224 1217,6% 388 546 62,5%
399 Dongfeng A9 219 38,6% 355 1.341 9,9%
400 Haima Aishang EV 219 New   1.711 New
401 BAIC Beijing Senova D20 217 404,7% 378 3.503 18,5%
402 FAW Tianjin Xiali (Charade) 216 -68,8% 296 5.653 -36,5%
403 BAIC Beijing Huansu S2 213 3,4% 347 1.739 -41,9%
404 BAW BJ80C 206 379,1% 379 1.123 134,9%
405 Chery Cowin V3 202 -89,6% 215 5.901 26,5%
406 Jiangnan Alto 197 New   1.854 -47,3%
407 FAW Vita Weizhi Sedan 196 -70,0% 302 1.659 -74,0%
408 Dongfeng Fengshan L60 188 -2,6% 349 1.812 4,5%
409 Changan Raeton 187 -42,8% 325 1.176 -65,8%
410 Camry Hybrid 181 -60,1% 319 3.680 -14,4%
411 JAC J5 Heyue 179 -81,6% 264 4.894 16,0%
412 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport 178 -15,2% 345 2.731 -6,0%
413 Lincoln Navigator (import only) 166 84,4% 365 1.015 145,8%
414 BYD E6 156 -87,4% 244 3.957 -69,3%
415 FAW Besturn B70 156 -16,1% 351 1.553 -61,5%
416 Luxgen M7 MPV 153 -41,2% 337 863 -42,2%
417 Lifan 530 150 87,5% 367 271 -78,3%
418 Brilliance H3 150 New   5.469 New
419 Chevrolet Lova RV 134 -89,1% 245 2.876 -72,1%
420 JMC E160 132 New   1.350 New
421 DS 4S 122 -55,8% 333 832 -15,6%
422 Chery Cowin C3 120 -36,5% 350 4.176 111,7%
423 Haima S5H 120 New   120 New
424 BYD Qin EV 115 -92,5% 231 4.633 -26,7%
425 BAIC Beijing Senova D20 EV 112 -95,8% 193 3.769 -75,6%
426 Dongfeng Fengshen A30 112 -63,6% 330 1.449 -61,2%
427 Geely TX4 108 -57,1% 339 680 -29,2%
428 Zotye Z100EV 102 -90,5% 257 269 -96,4%
429 Karry Youya S22 100 66,7% 372 260 -11,9%
430 Lifan 320 99 New   677 141,8%
431 Luxgen 3 86 -93,5% 240 2.187 20,4%
432 Yema E70EV 71 New   386 New
433 Hawtai E70 62 -74,4% 342 2.378 -72,9%
434 Luxgen U5 SUV 61 New   61 New
435 DS5 51 -54,9% 361 326 -69,2%
436 Qoros 3 City SUV 48 -89,5% 318 807 -79,8%
437 Fiat Viaggio 47 -85,5% 328 1.621 -74,9%
438 Ford F-150 Raptor (import only) 44 New   783 New
439 Haima M8 39 95,0% 386 462 9,2%
440 Brilliance V5 38 -96,1% 265 1.133 -83,6%
441 Ford Focus ST/RS (import only) 38 111,1% 387 249 84,4%
442 Changan Alsvin V3 (Yuexiang) 37 -98,6% 196 13.376 -52,0%
443 Peugeot 308S 37 -95,4% 287 1.121 -83,8%
444 Nissan Maxima 37 -5,1% 380 970 -48,8%
445 Luxgen Luxgen7 SUV 34 -35,8% 374 170 -84,8%
446 Changan Ouliwei 32 -96,5% 271 1.881 -72,4%
447 BYD G5 30 -93,3% 320 471 -87,3%
448 Changan CS15 EV 30 New   30 New
449 Fiat Ottimo 23 -90,7% 341 629 -85,4%
450 Brilliance M2 Junjie FSV 13 New   137 -47,5%
451 Wuling Journey 11 -99,4% 219 5.388 -61,4%
452 Peugeot 508 11 -95,9% 335 722 -87,5%
453 Suzuki Tianyu SX4 9 -98,8% 294 1.409 -78,6%
454 BAIC Beijing Senova D70 5 -97,6% 346 28 -97,1%
455 GAC Trumpchi GA5 PHEV 5 -92,6% 370 828 -63,4%
456 Honda Crosstour 3 -99,1% 327 5 -99,9%
457 Luxgen 5 Sedan 3 -98,1% 354 136 -93,8%
458 BAW Yusheng007 2 -97,4% 368 10 -97,5%
459 Dongfeng Fengshen E30L 2 -96,1% 375 18 -95,6%
460 Brilliance H220 2 -92,0% 385 3.188 99,4%
461 BAIC Beijing Senova D80 2 -87,5% 389 137 470,8%
462 GAC Trumpchi GS5 1 -99,5% 344 1.370 -77,4%
463 Roewe 550 1 -98,8% 366 1 -100,0%
464 Acura TLX-L 1 New   1 New

Sources: Manufacturers, Chooseauto

About Bart Demandt

Bart is a 36-year old Dutchman who’s always had a thing for cars, the automotive industry and statistics. He’s combined these passions by writing about them on CarSalesBase.com. His daily driver is an Alfa Romeo GT 3.2 V6 which he just can’t seem to say goodbye to thanks to the mesmerizing exhaust note.
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Comments

  1. A virtual #84:
    8400 units of the new duo 4008/5008.
    These high margin models certainly help dampen the losses PSA had to endure the past 2 years.
    Same with the C5 Aircross. Let’s hope its 4800 units represent more than just demo sales.

  2. The Tiguan’s figures include 1st gen and Tiguan L.
    The short 2nd gen is only imported in China.

  3. Thanks, helpful as always in thinking about trends in the world’s largest market. Are the any names for which you don’t have sales numbers? I see no mention of Tesla so assume there must be other smaller brands that don’t report. Or maybe Tesla really did sell zero.

    I did find your data helpful in writing a chapter on China for Smitka & Warrian, The Global Auto Industry: Technology and Dynamics – an inexpensive eBook. I’m gradually improving my Chinese reading ability, but my interest is in the parts sector and in its economic geography.

    Veel dank!

    • Bart Demandt says:

      Hi Mike,

      first of all thank you for your kind words and for your confidence in using us as a source for your ebook.
      In regards to Tesla and any other nameplates that we don’t provide the data for, please note that the Chinese car sales figures we publish here are wholesale figures from locally produced models. This means that we exclude any imported cars, which includes Tesla until they start Chinese production as they’re planning for the next few years.

  4. Janet Lewis says:

    The EV credit requirements have been pushed back to 2019 and OEMs have until 2020 to collect, so pressure off on launching BEVs/PHEVs right away. The implosion of some Chinese brands is breathtaking.

  5. Steve Higley says:

    464 Chinese models to keep track of! Wow! I find your work fascinating. I’m still trying to get my head around the manufacturers, brands and sub-brands. I think a giant wall map would be necessary to figure out all the competitors and their connections!

Let me know what you think of this article. Thanks!

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