Monthly and annual sales figures for the Baojun 310 in China.
The 310 is a small hatchback based on the Chevrolet Sail as an entry-level car for Shanghai-GM-Wuling’s Baojun brand. It has a modern design with large grille and headlights, sharp creases in the sides and a wrap-around rear window. Power comes from the same engine as the Sail: a 1.5-liter and a 5-speed manual transmission. Dimensions of the 310 are 4.032/1.680/1.470 mm with a 2.550mm wheelbase. Prices start at an incredibly low 36.800 yuan (€4.990,- / US$ 5,470). That doesn’t keep Baojun from putting in a touchscreen on top of the center console, although not as big as has become the trend among Chinese automakers, even in some of their cheapest cars. Rivals include the Changan Benni, Chery QQ and Suzuki Alto.
Car sales statistics from China only include domestic production and exclude imported models.
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