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China car sales analysis March 2018

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Sales of domestic passenger cars in China continue to increase slowly but steadily in March 2018 with a 5% gain to 2,1 million. This brings the first-quarter figure to just a handful of sales over 6 million, a 4% increase on Q1 of 2017. The Seasonally Adjusted Annualized selling Rate in March is up to 24,8 million, similar to January and about 400.000 below February but more importantly up 1,3 million on March 2017. 

Sales of crossovers and SUVs in China are back up after a small decline in February which was mostly due to seasonalities. The hottest segments of the market lodge an 11% gain to nearly 900.000 sales, while sedans are up almost 5% to 1,04 million sales and MPVs are down a harsh 18% to 180.000 sales. In Q1, crossovers and SUVs are up 11,9%, sedans up 1,9% and MPVs down 18,3%. Within those figures, sales of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids in China continued to increase significantly, with sales surging 117% to nearly 68.000 vehicles. EV deliveries jumped 106% to 52.000 vehicles while plug-in hybrid sales did even better at +167% to just about 16.000. In the first quarter of 2018, Chinese car dealers delivered close to 143.000 EVs and PHEVs, 1,5 times as many as in the same period last year.  Sales of electric cars surged 131% to just over 102.000 while plug-in hybrid volume jumped 243%  to top 40.000 sales.

The share of foreign brands stood at 55,3% in March, down a percentage point on the same month last year but up more than 1,5 points on February. Domestic Chinese brands grew their sales by 7,6% this month, compared to a 10,4% increase for European brands, a loss of 5% for Japanese brands and a loss of 7,3% for American. After struggling hard in recent months, Korean brands appear to have turned a corner, up 35% on a notably miserable month last year. Sales for the Korean brands are still down by more than a third compared to 2016.

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Changan_Eado-sedanIn the models ranking, the traditional leader Wuling Hongguang makes it two wins in a row thanks to stable sales on last year. Like last month, the Baojun 510 is in second place and the best selling crossover in China, with its closest rival Haval H6 off the podium as it is outsold by the Volkswagen Lavida. The only other crossover in the top-10 is the Volkswagen Tiguan, as the German brand has four nameplates in the top-10 and six in the top-13, of which the Magotan (#12, +54,8%), Bora (#10, +39,2%) and Sagitar (#7, +22,3%) are the best performers in terms of year-on-year growth. Other notable performers in the top-25 are the Changan Eado (#16, +84,2%) thanks to the new generation, the Hyundai Elantra Lingdong (#21) with sales more than tripling, and the Nissan X-Trail (#25) with sales almost doubling. A bit further down the ranking, the Hyundai ix35 (#44) is a top performer thanks to the “new” generation while its more modern sibling Tucson (#66, +74,1%) also shows nice gains. The Chevrolet Malibu (#60) almost doubles up and the BAIC EC180 (#86, +116,9%) once again confirms its position as China’s best selling EV. We note record sales for the Changan CX70 (#24), Honda Civic (#26) and Nissan Qashqai (#28). Further down the ranking we also find some new sales records for existing nameplates, most notably for the Qoros 5 SUV (#167), Infiniti Q50L (#214) and the import-only Lincoln Navigator (#379).

Newcomers

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Zotye_T500-SUVNow that the Baojun 510 has celebrated its first anniversary, the best selling newcomer (<12 months) is the Changan CS55 (#19), followed by the BYD SongMAX MPV at #32 and the Baojun 530 (#47), up to 12.000 sales in its second month on the market. The Geely Vision X3 (#62), the relaunched MG6 (#68) and the Lynk & Co 01 follow, with the latter two setting new monthly records. Other newcomers on the rise are the Zotye T300 (#82) and Chery Tiggo 5X (#91). We welcome five new nameplates to the ranking this month, of which the Zotye T500 is the best performer by far at #133 with almost 5.000 sales in its first month, followed by the Haval H4 at #258 and the Dearcc EV10 at #293, introducing the third all-new EV-only brand so far this year, after Yudo and XPeng. Slow starters are the DS7 at #392 although this makes it the French brand’s best selling model in its first month, and the Yudo Pi3 at #413 as the brand’s second model. 

European brands

DS7-SUV-400×267.jpg” alt=”Auto-sales-statistics-China-DS7-SUV” width=”400″ height=”267″>Market leader Volkswagen outgrows the market with a 6,7% increase, as sister brand Skoda does even slightly better at +7,1% and luxury brand Audi grows its sales of domestically produced models by 29,1% on the depressed volume of last year during a dispute with its dealers. Its 53.500 sales handily beat its rivals Mercedes-Benz (+15,6% to 43.000 sales) and BMW (+9,3% to 35.300 sales). When also counting imported models, Mercedes-Benz (including Smart) is on top of the luxury ranking with 58.500 sales (+17%), compared to just over 54.000 for Audi (+31%) and just under 54.000 BMW, Mini and Rolls Royce deliveries (+6,2%). Among smaller European luxury brands, Volvo shows a strong 40,4% gain to 8.100 sales, while Land Rover plunges 15,7% to 4.700 sales of its two locally produced models. Sister brand Jaguar is up 53,9% to 2.400 sales now that it too has local production of a second model. DS is down 41,8% to just 311 sales despite the addition of its long awaited crossover DS7 which accounts for more than half of those sales.

Sister brands Peugeot and Citroën seem to finally have found some traction again, with the former down just 3,4%, its smallest decline of its 15-month losing streak and the latter up an encouraging 55,8% although this is still about a third below the brand’s sales in March 2016. At Peugeot, the new crossover 4008 (#139, +61,6%) and 5008 (#193) are the positive factors as well as the 308 sedan (#115, +40,9%), while at Citroën the still fresh C5 Aircross (#182) and the C4 sedan (#172, up 6-fold) are the big winners. For the second consecutive month, Renault sales are virtually stable on last year at around 6.000 monthly sales as the Koleos (#151) continues to handily outsell the aforementioned 5008 and is not far behind rivals like the Honda UR-V (#146), Skoda Kodiaq (#123) and Jeep Cherokee (#121).

American brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Buick_Velite_5-sedanBuick sales are down 1,8% in March, and as a result the brand drops three places in the ranking to #8 and is outsold by half-sister brand Baojun for the second consecutive month. Buick is hurt mostly by a plunge in deliveries of its best seller, the Excelle GT (#17, -39%) and small declines of its crossovers, as most of its other sedan models improve. The newly launched GL6 MPV (#214) and Excelle GX wagon (#220) also help but are unable to offset the losses of the Excelle GT. The Buick Velite 5, a rebadged Chevrolet Volt made in China, is an outright failure with just 32 sales in the first quarter. Luxury brand Cadillac continues its strong growth rate in China with a 68,5% increase while sister brand Chevrolet is well and truly in recovery mode after struggling in 2015 and 2016. Sales surge 52,1% thanks to the Malibu, Sail (#37, +40,5%) and the addition of the Equinox crossover (#110).

Cross-town rival Ford has struggled most of 2017 and in the first quarter of this year on the lack of fresh product. In March, the brand sees its sales plummet by more than 45% as its former best sellers Focus (#243, -90,6%) and Escort (#84, -70,1%) compact sedans are taking big hits in the wake of updates coming later this year. Luxury brand Lincoln proves that last month’s decline was just a fluke due to seasonal effects as sales are up 27,4% in March. Jeep on the other hand has been struggling in 2018 and loses another 24% of its volume in March as the Compass (#89, +8,1%) can’t offset losses for the Cherokee (#121, -37,2%) and Renegade (#220, -50,2%). The large China-only 7-seater Grand Commander will arrive soon to try and turn the brand around.

Japanese brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Nissan_X_Trail-SUVHonda has been on a winning streak since early 2015 but sales were down 12,7% in March and the brand was outsold by Toyota for the first time in more than a year, and the last time Toyota outsold Honda by more than 1.000 sales was May 2016. Biggest contributor to the brand’s struggles was the CR-V crossover (#277, -93,5%) as the factory is preparing for the new generation. Expect the CR-V to rebound quickly when production of the new model gets under way. Toyota sales are down 1,7% as it remains the #4 brand in China as the new generation Camry (#34, +68,2%) offsets losses of the Highlander (#114, -28,9% and the brand’s small car range. That leaves Nissan as the best performer of the Japanese Big Three in China, with a gain of 15,2% on the aforementioned X-Trail, the Sylphy sedan (#5, +11,1%) and the addition of the Kicks small crossover (#143).

Among the smaller Japanese players, Mazda registers its second straight monthly loss at -18,6% as only the Mazda6 Atenza improves. Mitsubishi extends its winning streak to 20 months with a 9,7% gain, the smallest increase of its current streak. Suzuki continues to head in the opposite direction with its 37th loss in the last 38 months and its biggest loss of the streak at -60,5%. Infiniti sales are flat as the Q50L sets a new sales record but the QX50 crossover has ended local production in preparation for the new generation which will arrive by the end of this year. The brand is planning to expand its line-up of locally produced models to five within a few years, including EVs. Acura sales are down for the second consecutive month despite the addition of its second model, the TLX-L (#403). 

South-Korean brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Kia_KX_Cross-SUVIt appears the Korean brands have turned a page after seeing their sales crumble to a fraction of what they used to be. Now that the diplomatic quarrel between China and South Korea has been resolved, Hyundai and Kia can start to make a recovery and try and regain the lost market share. But that won’t be easy without the right product and that’s exactly where the problem lays with these brands. They are traditionally skewed towards cheap sedans, a segment that is targeted heavily by the quickly improving quality, design and content of the local brands. The Koreans have acted rather late and poorly to the crossover trend but are planning an offense into this segment. Whether that will be too little too late the future will tell. In March, Hyundai is up 19,6% but still down 16,8% in the first quarter. Biggest contributors to the rebound are the Elantra Lingdong sedan (#21, +231%) and the aforementioned ix35 thanks to its update, even though it remains a rather old car with old technology in a fresh skin. Sister brand Kia makes an even more impressive rebound in March with sales up 88,1% bringing the brand back into positive territory for the first quarter. Keep in mind however that March 2017 was Kia’s worst volume month in China since 2009 and Q1 sales are still down by more than 40% on 2016. The KX Cross, in its 7th month of sales, was the biggest contributor to the gains this month.

Chinese brands

Auto-sales-statistics-China-Haval_H4-SUVGeely celebrates its sixth consecutive month as China’s #2 brand behind Volkswagen, but does so with the slimmest margin of its streak so far, as Changan is just 2.000 sales behind in third place, although down by 10,3% on last year. This means Baojun is knocked back down to the #3 domestic brand in China despite its continued double digit growth rate. Haval makes it four Chinese brands in the top-10, and its loss of almost 14.000 sales is offset by the more upmarket Wey brand, also owned by Great Wall. GAC maintains its healthy growth rate with another 27,2% increase, and so do the Shanghai Automotive brands Roewe (+16,3%) and MG (+88,9%). The latter benefits greatly from the new generation MG6 sedan (#68) which now accounts for half of the brand’s domestic sales as it sets a new volume record for the nameplate. Beijing Automotive continues to struggle (-25,7%) and is almost outsold by the surging Zotye which almost doubles up. JAC is finally in the black after 16 straight weeks of losses, of which 15 with double digits. And what’s most encouraging about its numbers is that one in five of its deliveries in the first quarter was an EV, a technology on which the company has “bet the bank”.

Brilliance has been swinging from huge gains to big losses in the last few months and is back up an impressive 75,8% in March for a Q1 gain of 24,8%. Surprisingly, this month’s gains are mostly due to its (aging) sedans instead of its more recent crossovers. Venucia extends its double digit winning streak to 13 months, with almost half of its Q1 sales coming from the new D60 budget sedan. And just as we thought Luxgen was all but dead with just 500 sales in February, the brand rebounds in March with a 165% gain to its highest monthly volume since October 2016.

China brands ranking March 2018

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

  Model 2018-03  2017-03  Change YTD rank 2018 2017 Change
1 Volkswagen 275.349 258.061 6,7% 1 802.378 773.129 3,8%
2 Geely 112.457 87.135 29,1% 2 367.604 278.871 31,8%
3 Changan 110.427 123.102 -10,3% 5 294.171 342.600 -14,1%
4 Toyota 105.825 107.630 -1,7% 4 297.761 288.674 3,1%
5 Honda 104.762 119.976 -12,7% 3 322.743 299.723 7,7%
6 Nissan 101.168 87.816 15,2% 8 251.015 222.176 13,0%
7 Baojun 97.669 78.896 23,8% 7 269.639 226.044 19,3%
8 Buick 90.519 92.222 -1,8% 6 270.057 276.446 -2,3%
9 Hyundai 67.007 56.026 19,6% 11 163.181 196.119 -16,8%
10 Haval 59.895 73.242 -18,2% 9 180.523 221.657 -18,6%
11 Chevrolet 56.311 37.021 52,1% 13 158.081 112.750 40,2%
12 Dongfeng 55.690 59.901 -7,0% 10 165.639 193.004 -14,2%
13 GAC 54.184 42.590 27,2% 15 149.320 121.665 22,7%
14 Audi 53.556 41.500 29,1% 12 159.134 121.263 31,2%
15 Wuling 52.715 53.550 -1,6% 14 149.923 155.943 -3,9%
16 Ford 46.042 84.217 -45,3% 17 132.118 206.770 -36,1%
17 Mercedes-Benz 43.051 37.243 15,6% 16 132.921 113.182 17,4%
18 BYD 42.328 38.482 10,0% 19 117.738 90.863 29,6%
19 SAIC Roewe 41.714 35.860 16,3% 18 125.161 91.119 37,4%
20 BAIC 39.773 53.552 -25,7% 20 112.012 129.276 -13,4%
21 Chery 39.312 36.748 7,0% 22 102.232 116.855 -12,5%
22 Zotye 35.956 18.275 96,7% 23 81.848 57.747 41,7%
23 BMW 35.273 32.282 9,3% 21 103.632 91.081 13,8%
24 Kia 30.104 16.006 88,1% 24 81.762 77.232 5,9%
25 Mazda 25.520 31.340 -18,6% 26 77.725 79.790 -2,6%
26 Skoda 24.300 22.691 7,1% 25 78.524 76.700 2,4%
27 JAC 24.189 18.183 33,0% 30 55.904 66.171 -15,5%
28 Peugeot 20.528 21.248 -3,4% 31 47.960 56.279 -14,8%
29 SAIC MG 20.126 10.654 88,9% 29 56.681 26.785 111,6%
30 Huansu 19.301 25.873 -25,4% 28 57.609 66.072 -12,8%
31 Cadillac 19.006 11.281 68,5% 27 63.039 39.573 59,3%
32 FAW 16.822 13.959 20,5% 33 44.473 47.083 -5,5%
33 Jeep 15.525 20.661 -24,9% 37 36.748 48.627 -24,4%
34 Brilliance 15.301 8.702 75,8% 39 28.605 22.928 24,8%
35 Citroën 14.800 9.497 55,8% 38 33.982 24.019 41,5%
36 Venucia 14.491 11.370 27,4% 32 45.065 31.339 43,8%
37 Wey 14.130 0 New 34 42.948 0 New
38 Mitsubishi 12.285 11.197 9,7% 35 37.726 26.490 42,4%
39 Soueast 10.678 11.140 -4,1% 36 37.217 33.741 10,3%
40 Leopaard 8.732 10.836 -19,4% 40 28.069 29.576 -5,1%
41 Lynk & Co 8.507 0 New 44 18.692 0 New
42 Haima 8.253 13.635 -39,5% 41 23.695 48.734 -51,4%
43 Volvo 8.132 5.791 40,4% 42 23.577 17.151 37,5%
44 Suzuki 6.670 16.901 -60,5% 47 16.615 34.261 -51,5%
45 Hawtai 6.645 9.490 -30,0% 55 9.026 25.202 -64,2%
46 Lifan 6.374 7.211 -11,6% 45 17.571 18.726 -6,2%
47 Renault 6.105 6.066 0,6% 43 20.905 20.255 3,2%
48 Karry 5.132 7.216 -28,9% 48 13.935 19.749 -29,4%
49 Hanteng 5.064 4.877 3,8% 46 16.710 13.822 20,9%
50 Lincoln (import only) 5.051 3.964 27,4% 136 12.710 11.580 9,8%
51 Land Rover 4.708 5.587 -15,7% 49 13.244 12.709 4,2%
52 Changhe 4.232 6.499 -34,9% 57 7.336 14.001 -47,6%
53 Qoros 4.116 803 412,6% 51 11.371 2.927 288,5%
54 Bisu 3.751 2.355 59,3% 50 12.131 6.675 81,7%
55 Luxgen 3.465 1.308 164,9% 61 5.436 5.909 -8,0%
56 SWM Motor 3.313 4.514 -26,6% 53 9.128 15.207 -40,0%
57 Jiangling 3.095 6.582 -53,0% 52 10.544 18.577 -43,2%
58 Borgward 3.020 4.556 -33,7% 59 6.944 9.891 -29,8%
59 Zhidou 3.006 3.618 -16,9% 64 4.195 5.824 -28,0%
60 SAIC Maxus 2.985 2.815 6,0% 54 9.126 6.324 44,3%
61 Jaguar 2.418 1.571 53,9% 58 7.204 3.415 111,0%
62 Infiniti 2.391 2.356 1,5% 65 4.041 5.818 -30,5%
63 Foton 2.102 2.546 -17,4% 60 5.667 6.692 -15,3%
64 Yema 2.046 3.208 -36,2% 56 7.613 6.712 13,4%
65 Enranger (Yingzhi) 1.373 1.511 -9,1% 63 4.298 3.845 11,8%
66 Traum 1.295   New 62 4.369 0 New
67 Jinbei 1.043 5.695 -81,7% 67 3.178 14.552 -78,2%
68 Landwind 939 4.800 -80,4% 66 3.539 13.500 -73,8%
69 Dearcc 928 0 New 70 938 0 New
70 Acura 795 1.059 -24,9% 68 1.813 2.150 -15,7%
71 Great Wall 792 1.457 -45,6% 69 1.415 2.796 -49,4%
72 Yudo 346   New 71 903 0 New
73 DS 311 534 -41,8% 72 791 1.582 -50,0%
74 Qiteng 212 153 38,6% 73 507 963 -47,4%
75 Arcfox 84 0 New 75 204 0 New
76 Jiangnan 34 0 New 76 99 979 -89,9%
77 XPeng 30   New 77 78 0 New

China models ranking March 2018

  Model 2018-03  2017-03  Change YTD rank 2018 2017 Change
1 Wuling Hongguang 52.715 52.509 0,4% 1 149.922 153.902 -2,6%
2 Baojun 510 41.158 18.016 128,5% 2 139.225 26.102 433,4%
3 Volkswagen Lavida 38.914 47.595 -18,2% 4 108.576 130.032 -16,5%
4 Haval H6 38.358 40.090 -4,3% 3 127.744 119.767 6,7%
5 Nissan Sylphy 37.672 33.920 11,1% 6 93.121 84.910 9,7%
6 Toyota Corolla 33.670 31.105 8,2% 5 102.355 83.925 22,0%
7 Volkswagen Sagitar 32.051 26.215 22,3% 7 83.545 77.209 8,2%
8 Baojun 310 28.576 16.056 78,0% 17 65.898 50.120 31,5%
9 Volkswagen Tiguan 28.296 27.886 1,5% 10 75.871 78.281 -3,1%
10 Volkswagen Bora 27.059 19.444 39,2% 9 77.417 68.480 13,1%
11 GAC Trumpchi GS4 25.572 30.113 -15,1% 8 77.760 89.169 -12,8%
12 Volkswagen Magotan 24.837 16.046 54,8% 15 67.871 48.882 38,8%
13 Volkswagen Santana 24.499 25.800 -5,0% 11 74.576 75.099 -0,7%
14 Roewe RX5 22.700 20.128 12,8% 13 68.488 51.852 32,1%
15 Geely Boyue 21.919 20.461 7,1% 12 72.538 60.745 19,4%
16 Changan Eado 21.606 11.727 84,2% 53 34.124 35.384 -3,6%
17 Buick Excelle GT 21.600 35.398 -39,0% 14 68.311 100.423 -32,0%
18 Geely EC7 Emgrand 21.372 20.527 4,1% 18 65.408 67.485 -3,1%
19 Changan CS55 20.169   New 19 59.711 0 New
20 Buick Envision 19.566 21.436 -8,7% 21 54.694 66.584 -17,9%
21 Hyundai Elantra Lingdong 18.620 5.625 231,0% 35 43.303 18.774 130,7%
22 Chevrolet Cavalier 18.360 16.079 14,2% 20 55.474 43.734 26,8%
23 Volkswagen Passat 18.084 14.364 25,9% 22 52.039 42.734 21,8%
24 Changan CX70 18.071 15.225 18,7% 42 38.596 41.680 -7,4%
25 Nissan X-Trail 17.765 9.145 94,3% 31 45.394 32.248 40,8%
26 Honda Civic 17.693 14.283 23,9% 32 44.485 41.181 8,0%
27 Buick Verano (Wei Lang) 16.997 11.065 53,6% 23 51.312 35.724 43,6%
28 Nissan Qashqai 16.646 15.602 6,7% 33 43.773 35.094 24,7%
29 Volkswagen Lamando 15.536 11.410 36,2% 40 40.013 33.886 18,1%
30 Changan CS75 15.278 22.875 -33,2% 24 49.056 70.021 -29,9%
31 Hyundai Mistra 15.222 9.559 59,2% 48 35.731 30.238 18,2%
32 BYD Song MAX 15.074   New 39 40.510 0 New
33 Audi A4L 14.847 8.215 80,7% 29 45.895 23.523 95,1%
34 Toyota Camry 14.715 8.747 68,2% 55 33.947 25.890 31,1%
35 Baojun 730 14.498 28.878 -49,8% 26 47.048 83.833 -43,9%
36 Audi A6L 14.287 12.177 17,3% 44 37.998 32.586 16,6%
37 Chevrolet Sail 14.015 9.974 40,5% 38 40.617 26.365 54,1%
38 Honda Accord 13.844 13.178 5,1% 28 46.013 31.483 46,2%
39 Volkswagen Golf 13.657 11.837 15,4% 41 39.506 38.054 3,8%
40 Dongfeng Fengguang 580 13.566 18.775 -27,7% 30 45.812 53.894 -15,0%
41 Toyota RAV4 13.374 12.301 8,7% 43 38.239 32.652 17,1%
42 Mercedes-Benz C-Class L 13.107 10.237 28,0% 37 41.455 33.646 23,2%
43 BMW 5-Series L 13.092 11.316 15,7% 57 33.389 35.328 -5,5%
44 Hyundai ix35 12.616 1.793 603,6% 45 37.847 8.352 353,1%
45 Geely Emgrand GL 12.352 8.147 51,6% 46 37.620 26.382 42,6%
46 Geely Emgrand GS 12.243 8.295 47,6% 34 43.338 26.688 62,4%
47 Baojun 530 12.032   New 126 14.037 0 New
48 Changan CS35 11.953 17.018 -29,8% 36 42.943 49.059 -12,5%
49 Toyota Levin 11.897 12.507 -4,9% 63 28.543 32.239 -11,5%
50 Volkswagen Jetta 11.885 22.851 -48,0% 16 66.948 78.779 -15,0%
51 Mercedes-Benz E-Class L 11.742 9.302 26,2% 47 37.577 26.656 41,0%
52 Geely FC Vision 11.628 11.080 4,9% 27 46.651 39.962 16,7%
53 Ford Mondeo 11.575 11.285 2,6% 81 21.792 24.401 -10,7%
54 Buick GL8 11.300 10.721 5,4% 54 34.088 29.504 15,5%
55 Chery Arrizo 5 11.211 11.176 0,3% 73 24.505 36.718 -33,3%
56 Mazda3 Axela 11.140 14.777 -24,6% 58 33.093 32.606 1,5%
57 Honda XR-V 11.105 14.346 -22,6% 52 34.237 35.067 -2,4%
58 Ford Edge 11.022 13.176 -16,3% 103 18.873 29.500 -36,0%
59 Audi Q5 10.592 10.692 -0,9% 51 34.259 30.427 12,6%
60 Chevrolet Malibu 10.563 5.391 95,9% 64 28.540 18.338 55,6%
61 Haval H2 10.467 22.880 -54,3% 67 27.409 72.856 -62,4%
62 Geely Vision X3 10.366   New 60 30.910 0 New
63 BMW 3-Series L 10.262 10.890 -5,8% 56 33.792 30.528 10,7%
64 Nissan Teana 10.130 9.511 6,5% 68 27.042 21.220 27,4%
65 Mercedes-Benz GLC 10.087 10.158 -0,7% 61 30.490 30.693 -0,7%
66 Hyundai Tucson 10.053 5.775 74,1% 100 19.149 27.508 -30,4%
67 Geely Vision X6 10.046 9.755 3,0% 62 30.301 29.995 1,0%
68 MG6 10.014 0 New 76 23.838 1.093 2081,0%
69 Honda Vezel 9.757 12.342 -20,9% 59 31.820 31.513 1,0%
70 Kia K3 9.671 6.657 45,3% 79 22.783 37.060 -38,5%
71 Honda Crider 9.639 8.826 9,2% 71 25.566 22.380 14,2%
72 JAC Refine M1 9.633 5.736 67,9% 112 17.615 16.375 7,6%
73 Volkswagen Polo 9.399 10.995 -14,5% 50 34.426 41.629 -17,3%
74 Mitsubishi Outlander 9.256 7.769 19,1% 66 28.166 18.150 55,2%
75 Chery Tiggo 3 9.071 8.453 7,3% 70 25.876 24.083 7,4%
76 Skoda Octavia 8.763 10.339 -15,2% 72 24.559 33.275 -26,2%
77 BYD Song 8.708 5.200 67,5% 49 34.955 17.429 100,6%
78 Lynk & Co 01 8.507   New 106 18.692 0 New
79 Dongfeng Fengxing Lingzhi (Future) 8.278 7.875 5,1% 109 18.572 20.994 -11,5%
80 Soueast DX3 8.231 7.538 9,2% 65 28.404 20.754 36,9%
81 Volkswagen Teramont 8.029 1.829 339,0% 78 23.150 1.882 1130,1%
82 Zotye T300 7.943   New 102 18.999 0 New
83 FAW Besturn X40 7.937 4.905 61,8% 88 20.870 4.905 325,5%
84 Ford Escort 7.925 26.484 -70,1% 25 47.235 70.042 -32,6%
85 BMW X1 7.818 6.638 17,8% 74 24.442 18.725 30,5%
86 BAIC EC180 7.818 3.605 116,9% 96 19.808 7.129 177,9%
87 GAC Trumpchi GS3 7.734   New 80 22.017 0 New
88 Geely Vision S1 7.489   New 75 24.283 0 New
89 Jeep Compass 7.482 6.924 8,1% 111 18.387 13.553 35,7%
90 Buick LaCrosse 7.400 6.975 6,1% 83 21.607 21.543 0,3%
91 Chery Tiggo 5X 7.359   New 101 19.096 0 New
92 Roewe RX3 7.328   New 90 20.683 0 New
93 Kia KX Cross 7.264   New 110 18.527 0 New
94 Dongfeng Fengguang 560 7.243   New 87 21.150 0 New
95 Wey VV5 7.094   New 82 21.674 0 New
96 MG ZS 7.078 4.264 66,0% 85 21.307 4.264 399,7%
97 Wey VV7 7.036   New 86 21.274 0 New
98 BYD F3 7.033 17.675 -60,2% 97 19.785 39.981 -50,5%
99 Audi A3 7.014 5.719 22,6% 95 20.212 17.865 13,1%
100 Buick Regal 7.012 3.835 82,8% 108 18.641 13.194 41,3%
101 Roewe i6 6.973 7.015 -0,6% 93 20.495 7.015 192,2%
102 Volkswagen C-Trek 6.953 6.705 3,7% 115 17.278 17.203 0,4%
103 Ford Kuga 6.865 6.779 1,3% 144 12.073 18.977 -36,4%
104 Audi Q3 6.816 4.697 45,1% 89 20.770 16.862 23,2%
105 Dongfeng Fengguang 370 6.816 0 New 208 6.816 4.611 47,8%
106 GAC Trumpchi GS8 6.750 10.032 -32,7% 104 18.773 26.455 -29,0%
107 Toyota Vios sedan 6.733 9.798 -31,3% 99 19.252 30.282 -36,4%
108 Cadillac XT5 6.659 5.102 30,5% 77 23.175 15.481 49,7%
109 Zotye T700 6.621   New 121 15.949 0 New
110 Chevrolet Equinox 6.512   New 123 15.139 0 New
111 Venucia D60 6.493   New 94 20.218 0 New
112 Honda Avancier 6.459 4.290 50,6% 84 21.457 10.283 108,7%
113 Honda Fit 6.434 9.943 -35,3% 91 20.641 25.249 -18,3%
114 Toyota Highlander 6.433 9.045 -28,9% 98 19.488 27.218 -28,4%
115 Peugeot 308 6.120 4.342 40,9% 124 14.968 10.668 40,3%
116 Dongfeng Joyear SUV 6.056 7.291 -16,9% 92 20.519 27.188 -24,5%
117 BAIC Beijing Huansu S3 6.021 10.631 -43,4% 116 16.974 25.865 -34,4%
118 Chevrolet Cruze 6.012 3.402 76,7% 122 15.701 15.549 1,0%
119 Cadillac XTS 5.894 2.603 126,4% 105 18.694 9.965 87,6%
120 Mercedes-Benz GLA 5.805 6.201 -6,4% 113 17.483 18.443 -5,2%
121 Jeep Cherokee 5.800 9.237 -37,2% 138 12.618 25.320 -50,2%
122 Changan Honor 5.462 16.490 -66,9% 154 10.358 41.766 -75,2%
123 Skoda Kodiaq 5.236   New 131 13.157 0 New
124 Honda Jade 5.235 3.300 58,6% 158 10.021 4.224 137,2%
125 Zotye T600 5.224 4.983 4,8% 141 12.347 19.139 -35,5%
126 Honda City 5.157 5.624 -8,3% 151 10.554 14.959 -29,4%
127 Mazda CX-4 5.091 6.847 -25,6% 114 17.291 19.484 -11,3%
128 GAC Trumpchi GA4 5.075   New 201 7.309 0 New
129 JAC IEV 5.031 1.502 235,0%        
130 Mazda6 Atenza 5.015 4.002 25,3% 146 11.700 1.627 619,1%
131 Dongfeng Fengshen AX7 5.004 2.642 89,4% 125 14.335 12.105 18,4%
132 Cadillac ATS-L 4.968 3.048 63,0% 117 16.956 18.608 -8,9%
133 Zotye T500 4.947   New 119 16.247 11.428 42,2%
134 BAIC Beijing Huansu S5 4.897 152 3121,7% 235 4.947 0 New
135 JAC Refine S3 4.839 4.095 18,2% 140 12.483 399 3028,6%
136 FAW Xenia R7 4.837 5.472 -11,6% 120 16.017 21.772 -26,4%
137 Nissan Tiida Hatchback 4.704 6.356 -26,0% 135 12.926 19.088 -32,3%
138 Honda Elysion 4.691 2.413 94,4% 168 9.354 16.163 -42,1%
139 Peugeot 4008 4.626 2.863 61,6% 134 12.993 7.423 75,0%
140 Nissan Lannia 4.606 5.200 -11,4% 172 9.084 10.276 -11,6%
141 Leopaard CS9 4.566   New 180 8.481 14.683 -42,2%
142 BAIC Beijing Huansu S7 4.503   New 118 16.462 0 New
143 Nissan Kicks 4.495   New 129 13.211 0 New
144 Citroën C-Elysee 4.471 5.492 -18,6% 145 11.826 0 New
145 Honda Odyssey 4.402 2.802 57,1% 171 9.092 11.426 -20,4%
146 Honda UR-V 4.381 2.444 79,3% 150 10.600 6.255 69,5%
147 Haval M6 4.335   New 128 13.580 2.444 455,6%
148 Mazda CX-5 4.274 5.713 -25,2% 152 10.542 0 New
149 Skoda Rapid 4.242 4.431 -4,3% 133 13.006 15.594 -16,6%
150 Changan Oushang A800 4.125   New 139 12.616 16.798 -24,9%
151 Renault Koleos 4.112 3.995 2,9% 156 10.088 0 New
152 Volkswagen Sportsvan 4.084 3.714 10,0% 130 13.211 12.660 4,4%
153 Hyundai ix25 4.001 3.782 5,8% 148 11.191 11.365 -1,5%
154 Venucia T70 3.883 5.470 -29,0% 179 8.495 16.107 -47,3%
155 Volkswagen Gran Lavida 3.859 6.560 -41,2% 127 13.790 15.434 -10,7%
156 Hawtai New Santa Fe 3.842 0 New 161 9.857 15.976 -38,3%
157 Dongfeng Fengshen H30 / S30 3.838 1.926 99,3% 248 4.365 12.727 -65,7%
158 Volkswagen Touran 3.816 1.966 94,1% 157 10.062 5.447 84,7%
159 Changan CS15 3.801 10.212 -62,8% 169 9.161 6.159 48,7%
160 BYD e5 3.798 1.567 142,4% 143 12.186 26.635 -54,2%
161 Roewe 360 3.765 6.276 -40,0% 245 4.398 1.977 122,5%
162 Brilliance V3 3.680 3.769 -2,4% 132 13.035 21.609 -39,7%
163 Toyota Yaris L hatchback 3.668 2.473 48,3% 219 6.040 8.787 -31,3%
164 Brilliance H230 3.603 1.274 182,8% 142 12.226 12.974 -5,8%
165 Land Rover Discovery Sport 3.585 3.808 -5,9% 266 3.603 2.860 26,0%
166 Leopaard CS10 3.563 10.300 -65,4% 162 9.739 8.906 9,4%
167 Qoros 5 SUV 3.442 579 494,5% 159 9.965 28.017 -64,4%
168 Toyota Crown 3.439 3.159 8,9% 183 8.414 1.810 364,9%
169 Changan Raeton CC 3.416   New 153 10.497 8.323 26,1%
170 BAIC Beijing Senova D50 3.363 8 41937,5% 137 12.692 0 New
171 BYD Qin 3.361 248 1255,2% 189 8.004 9 88833,3%
172 Citroën C4 Sedan 3.343 556 501,3% 164 9.709 631 1438,7%
173 Peugeot 408 3.281 4.851 -32,4% 191 7.837 2.630 198,0%
174 Chery eQ 3.279 719 356,1% 170 9.138 14.084 -35,1%
175 Ford Taurus 3.224 3.591 -10,2% 199 7.460 1.120 566,1%
176 Bisu T5 3.176 17 18582,4% 241 4.778 8.209 -41,8%
177 Toyota Levin Hybrid 3.172 3.220 -1,5% 160 9.910 17 58194,1%
178 Zotye SR9 3.149 2.980 5,7% 184 8.344 7.643 9,2%
179 Kia K2 3.143 1.855 69,4% 214 6.407 8.026 -20,2%
180 SWM X7 3.081 4.514 -31,7% 218 6.139 9.988 -38,5%
181 Toyota Yaris L sedan 3.080 4.317 -28,7% 202 7.256 15.207 -52,3%
182 Citroën C5 Aircross 3.070   New 178 8.610 4.317 99,4%
183 BMW 1-Series 3.056 2.145 42,5% 215 6.357 0 New
184 Volvo XC60 3.029 2.494 21,5% 175 8.941 3.032 194,9%
185 Mitsubishi ASX 3.029 2.743 10,4% 165 9.689 8.311 16,6%
186 Volvo S90 3.026 1.335 126,7% 166 9.560 6.876 39,0%
187 Geely Borui / GC9 3.008 3.338 -9,9% 173 9.079 2.989 203,7%
188 Hanteng X5 3.002   New 177 8.813 10.397 -15,2%
189 Zhidou D2 EV 3.000 3.593 -16,5% 176 8.833 0 New
190 Venucia T90 2.968 4.012 -26,0% 255 4.023 5.799 -30,6%
191 Zotye SR7 2.957 2.459 20,3% 174 9.062 10.495 -13,7%
192 Lifan Maiwei 2.954 4.257 -30,6% 204 7.022 4.221 66,4%
193 Peugeot 5008 2.947   New 182 8.444 13.681 -38,3%
194 Nissan Murano 2.934 2.378 23,4% 220 5.846 0 New
195 Toyota Vios FS 2.926 3.467 -15,6% 213 6.454 4.029 60,2%
196 Haima S5 2.869 6.502 -55,9% 167 9.414 3.467 171,5%
197 Ford EcoSport 2.806 3.520 -20,3% 149 10.678 23.773 -55,1%
198 BAIC Beijing Senova X35 2.771 5.562 -50,2% 203 7.082 8.551 -17,2%
199 Changhe Q35 2.762 1.265 118,3% 200 7.312 15.760 -53,6%
200 Chery Tiggo 5 2.754 1.835 50,1% 262 3.727 3.152 18,2%
201 Toyota Prado 2.718 5.824 -53,3% 249 4.287 5.454 -21,4%
202 GAC Trumpchi GM8 2.672   New 207 6.846 14.327 -52,2%
203 GAC Trumpchi GA6 2.669 1.304 104,7% 244 4.448 0 New
204 Brilliance H330 2.640 1.963 34,5% 206 6.924 3.851 79,8%
205 Karry K50 2.627 3.019 -13,0% 229 5.088 4.493 13,2%
206 GAC Trumpchi GS7 2.587   New 216 6.345 7.485 -15,2%
207 Hyundai Elantra Langdon 2.584 7.886 -67,2% 181 8.450 0 New
208 Citroën C3-XR 2.507 2.035 23,2% 192 7.826 42.843 -81,7%
209 Volkswagen Phideon 2.484 403 516,4% 195 7.596 5.897 28,8%
210 Karry K60 2.475 4.087 -39,4% 210 6.643 814 716,1%
211 Luxgen U5 SUV 2.451   New 196 7.535 12.154 -38,0%
212 Peugeot 301 2.425 4.855 -50,1% 256 3.988 0 New
213 Buick GL6 2.413   New 227 5.306 11.619 -54,3%
214 Infiniti Q50L 2.390 1.710 39,8% 197 7.519 0 New
215 Skoda Superb 2.347 2.594 -9,5% 252 4.040 4.353 -7,2%
216 BAIC Beijing Huansu H3 2.311 9.317 -75,2% 147 11.313 10.016 12,9%
217 JMC E200 2.280 548 316,1% 186 8.287 25.811 -67,9%
218 Maxus G10 2.279 2.815 -19,0% 212 6.476 1.694 282,3%
219 Buick Excelle GX 2.251   New 217 6.292 6.324 -0,5%
220 Jeep Renegade 2.243 4.500 -50,2% 188 8.096 0 New
221 FAW Jumper A50 2.198   New 222 5.743 9.754 -41,1%
222 Kia K4 2.194 619 254,4% 257 3.876 0 New
223 Borgward BX5 2.190   New 209 6.754 3.360 101,0%
224 Chery Tiggo 7 2.181 5.507 -60,4% 230 5.075 0 New
225 Brilliance M2 Junjie FRV 2.160 768 181,3% 163 9.723 19.817 -50,9%
226 Volvo S60L 2.077 1.962 5,9% 253 4.032 2.064 95,3%
227 Hanteng X7 2.062 4.877 -57,7% 240 4.809 5.851 -17,8%
228 Soueast DX7 Bolang 2.046 2.752 -25,7% 190 7.877 13.822 -43,0%
229 Kia Forte 2.001 775 158,2% 194 7.602 11.705 -35,1%
230 Renault Kadjar 1.993 2.071 -3,8% 303 2.435 1.026 137,3%
231 Brilliance V6 1.990   New 193 7.694 7.595 1,3%
232 Buick Encore 1.959 2.792 -29,8% 198 7.475 0 New
233 Dongfeng Fengxing SX6 1.950 3.766 -48,2% 221 5.756 9.474 -39,2%
234 JAC Refine S5 1.937 3.073 -37,0% 205 7.012 9.744 -28,0%
235 Skoda Karoq 1.936   New 282 3.033 11.485 -73,6%
236 Honda Gienia 1.919 3.198 -40,0% 261 3.732 0 New
237 JAC Refine S2 1.912 2.177 -12,2% 228 5.140 7.623 -32,6%
238 BYD Yuan 1.909 2.009 -5,0% 239 4.883 11.115 -56,1%
239 Changan Alsvin V3 (Yuexiang) 1.870 2.456 -23,9% 314 2.023 5.810 -65,2%
240 Lifan Xuanlang 1.836   New 224 5.407 7.807 -30,7%
241 Suzuki Beidouxing (Big Dipper) 1.827 2.100 -13,0% 226 5.362 0 New
242 Volkswagen CC 1.817 1.941 -6,4% 264 3.639 4.943 -26,4%
243 Ford Focus 1.752 18.549 -90,6% 251 4.088 5.843 -30,0%
244 Suzuki Vitara 1.745 4.809 -63,7% 107 18.684 44.529 -58,0%
245 Hawtai EV160 1.731   New 234 4.967 9.201 -46,0%
246 Kia Sportage R 1.677 1.722 -2,6% 295 2.673 0 New
247 BAW BJ40 1.647 1.571 4,8% 233 4.974 7.553 -34,1%
248 Haima S7 1.575 2.838 -44,5% 250 4.189 3.374 24,2%
249 Honda Greiz 1.561 3.597 -56,6% 269 3.555 6.079 -41,5%
250 Jaguar XFL 1.554 1.571 -1,1% 225 5.393 7.805 -30,9%
251 Zotye E200 1.536 838 83,3% 243 4.624 3.415 35,4%
252 Lincoln MKC (import only) 1.533 1.873 -18,2% 308 2.144 2.166 -1,0%
253 Mercedes-Benz V-Class 1.523 873 74,5% 263 3.679 4.522 -18,6%
254 Geely Vision X1 1.512   New 258 3.868 2.391 61,8%
255 Suzuki Alivio 1.486 3.235 -54,1% 231 5.071 0 New
256 Cadillac CT6 1.485 528 181,3% 276 3.211 6.157 -47,8%
257 Hyundai Celesta 1.436 8.018 -82,1% 237 4.923 2.699 82,4%
258 Haval H4 1.429   New 288 2.901 8.018 -63,8%
259 BAW BJ20 1.424 1.648 -13,6% 345 1.429 0 New
260 Honda Spirior 1.393 2.540 -45,2% 271 3.498 3.770 -7,2%
261 Haval H7 1.358 4.400 -69,1% 274 3.410 4.312 -20,9%
262 Changan Benni  1.311 2.528 -48,1% 272 3.468 15.511 -77,6%
263 Haval H1 1.304 3.266 -60,1% 275 3.333 6.229 -46,5%
264 Traum S70 1.295   New 316 1.997 6.184 -67,7%
265 Zotye Damai X7 1.266 1.722 -26,5% 247 4.369 0 New
266 Haval H9 1.254 775 61,8% 232 4.999 4.286 16,6%
267 Changan Linmax 1.248 60 1980,0% 254 4.025 2.290 75,8%
268 Changan CS95 1.203 4.401 -72,7% 223 5.529 88 6183,0%
269 Haima S5H 1.200   New 278 3.137 4.669 -32,8%
270 Lincoln MKZ (import only) 1.187 1.226 -3,2% 355 1.200 0 New
271 Kia K5 1.167 1.041 12,1% 289 2.883 3.260 -11,6%
272 Venucia M50V 1.147   New 268 3.567 7.480 -52,3%
273 MG GS 1.138 3.608 -68,5% 317 1.995 0 New
274 Range Rover Evoque 1.123 1.779 -36,9% 211 6.499 12.054 -46,1%
275 Lincoln Continental (import only) 1.104 715 54,4% 270 3.505 3.803 -7,8%
276 Haval H5 1.094 1.213 -9,8% 286 2.909 1.785 63,0%
277 Honda CR-V 1.092 16.850 -93,5% 279 3.122 3.276 -4,7%
278 Haima M3 1.056 899 17,5% 69 26.833 47.520 -43,5%
279 BMW 2-Series 1.045 1.293 -19,2% 267 3.583 5.679 -36,9%
280 Camry Hybrid 1.043 484 115,5% 281 3.068 3.468 -11,5%
281 Jinbei 750 1.043 2.508 -58,4% 273 3.438 1.648 108,6%
282 Foton Gratour ix 1.029 1.079 -4,6% 277 3.178 8.172 -61,1%
283 Hyundai Sonata 9 (LF) 1.029 987 4,3% 280 3.087 4.088 -24,5%
284 Skoda Fabia 1.025 1.224 -16,3% 332 1.653 3.309 -50,0%
285 Yema T70 1.015 2.861 -64,5% 307 2.163 3.257 -33,6%
286 Foton MPX 995 800 24,4% 246 4.386 6.365 -31,1%
287 Lincoln MKX (import only) 994 827 20,2% 309 2.142 1.670 28,3%
288 BAIC Beijing Huansu H2 984 2.253 -56,3% 293 2.689 2.477 8,6%
289 MG GT 969 1.243 -22,0% 242 4.750 5.245 -9,4%
290 Kia Pegas 958   New 283 3.016 5.541 -45,6%
291 Changhe Freedom M50 940 2.374 -60,4% 155 10.140 0 New
292 Hyundai Santa Fe 935 704 32,8% 305 2.254 5.046 -55,3%
293 Dearcc EV10 928 0 New 329 1.676 3.285 -49,0%
294 MG3 927 1.539 -39,8% 366 938 0 New
295 Nissan Sunny 916 3.922 -76,6% 315 2.020 3.833 -47,3%
296 Zotye Z300 902 1.101 -18,1% 294 2.686 10.066 -73,3%
297 BYD F5 Suri 901 2.156 -58,2% 284 2.969 4.478 -33,7%
298 Baojun E100 901   New 311 2.108 6.151 -65,7%
299 Nissan NV200 900 960 -6,3% 338 1.582 0 New
300 BAIC Beijing Senova X25 880 3.703 -76,2% 306 2.166 1.936 11,9%
301 Luxgen U6 SUV 878 534 64,4% 318 1.953 8.903 -78,1%
302 Kia KX5 873 925 -5,6% 356 1.199 3.668 -67,3%
303 Ford Everest 873 833 4,8% 285 2.928 3.938 -25,6%
304 Ford Explorer (import only) 868 1.071 -19,0% 336 1.601 2.561 -37,5%
305 Jaguar XEL 864   New 299 2.511 3.531 -28,9%
306 Suzuki Swift 850 2.084 -59,2% 297 2.580 0 New
307 Chevrolet Trax 849 1.607 -47,2% 304 2.273 4.785 -52,5%
308 Zotye Damai X5 838 2.620 -68,0% 298 2.572 5.048 -49,0%
309 BAIC EX-Series 833 1.050 -20,7% 265 3.620 10.040 -63,9%
310 Borgward BX7 830 4.556 -81,8% 377 833 1.697 -50,9%
311 Hawtai E80 828 1.788 -53,7% 323 1.869 9.891 -81,1%
312 Chery QQ 811 1.465 -44,6% 368 895 2.938 -69,5%
313 Lifan 330 800 0 New 347 1.419 3.174 -55,3%
314 Great Wall Voleex C30 792 1.457 -45,6% 381 800 0 New
315 Mercedes-Benz Vito 787 472 66,7% 348 1.415 2.796 -49,4%
316 Suzuki S-Cross 762 2.503 -69,6% 312 2.048 1.353 51,4%
317 JMC Yusheng S350 759 3.052 -75,1% 302 2.437 4.725 -48,4%
318 Skoda Rapid Spaceback 747 2.749 -72,8% 300 2.498 7.278 -65,7%
319 Chery Fulwin 2 723 1.538 -53,0% 290 2.879 8.817 -67,3%
320 Citroën C5 723 18 3916,7% 260 3.740 5.264 -29,0%
321 Roewe ei5 714   New 319 1.935 195 892,3%
322 Maxus D90 706   New 386 714 0 New
323 Changan Oushang 696 12.928 -94,6% 292 2.834 0 New
324 BAIC Beijing Weiwang M30 686 1.071 -35,9% 236 4.932 39.206 -87,4%
325 Dongfeng Fengshen AX4 682   New 238 4.910 2.553 92,3%
326 Acura CDX 682 1.059 -35,6% 259 3.814 0 New
327 FAW Jumper D60 657 522 25,9% 346 1.419 2.150 -34,0%
328 FAW Besturn B50 644 368 75,0% 291 2.853 2.319 23,0%
329 JAC Refine S7 641   New 342 1.549 6.231 -75,1%
330 Chery E3 641 895 -28,4% 310 2.139 0 New
331 Qoros 3 638 153 317,0% 334 1.637 1.844 -11,2%
332 Peugeot 2008 625 1.623 -61,5% 287 2.904 791 267,1%
333 Brilliance H220 624 16 3800,0% 326 1.694 3.477 -51,3%
334 BYD Qin EV 610 1.678 -63,6% 352 1.248 35 3465,7%
335 Citroën C6 594 620 -4,2% 388 623 2.046 -69,6%
336 Haima Aishang EV 590   New 370 874 1.901 -54,0%
337 Yema Spica 579   New 349 1.414 0 New
338 Geely King Kong 522 3.025 -82,7% 339 1.582 0 New
339 BAIC Beijing Huansu S6 516 3.324 -84,5% 296 2.671 14.093 -81,0%
340 Bisu T3 515 1.403 -63,3% 335 1.614 8.409 -80,8%
341 GAC Trumpchi GA8 513 123 317,1% 328 1.689 3.958 -57,3%
342 Kia Cerato 507 763 -33,6% 321 1.913 359 432,9%
343 Dongfeng Fengshen E70 507   New 325 1.837 1.296 41,7%
344 Peugeot 3008 504 2.409 -79,1% 389 607 0 New
345 Baojun 630 504 930 -45,8% 320 1.924 5.381 -64,2%
346 Hyundai Reina 500   New 324 1.849 948 95,0%
347 Dongfeng Joyear S50 471 2.330 -79,8% 301 2.448 0 New
348 Lifan X50 444 718 -38,2% 331 1.658 4.887 -66,1%
349 Enranger (Yingzhi) 727 443 375 18,1% 400 499 899 -44,5%
350 Dongfeng Fengshen A60 442 746 -40,8% 330 1.660 652 154,6%
351 BAW BJ212 431 0 New 363 1.009 2.825 -64,3%
352 Haima V70 430 325 32,3% 361 1.045 2 52150,0%
353 GAC Trumpchi GE3 429   New 353 1.245 2.038 -38,9%
354 Yema T80 408 347 17,6% 350 1.407 0 New
355 Chery Cowin X5 398   New 341 1.555 347 348,1%
356 BYD Tang 398 1.509 -73,6% 313 2.046 0 New
357 Kia KX7 390 813 -52,0% 327 1.691 2.806 -39,7%
358 Zotye Z700 371 1.098 -66,2% 371 869 2.024 -57,1%
359 Nissan Livina 369 676 -45,4% 333 1.642 2.742 -40,1%
360 Chery Cowin X3 348 3.159 -89,0% 390 598 1.530 -60,9%
361 Enranger (Yingzhi) G3 326 420 -22,4% 357 1.180 10.164 -88,4%
362 Dongfeng Fengshen AX5 318 1.525 -79,1% 367 918 1.074 -14,5%
363 Enranger (Yingzhi) 737 306 346 -11,6% 344 1.467 5.941 -75,3%
364 Enranger (Yingzhi) G5 298 370 -19,5% 375 851 1.217 -30,1%
365 Haval H8 296 618 -52,1% 372 869 902 -3,7%
366 FAW Besturn B30 289 321 -10,0% 384 787 1.773 -55,6%
367 Changhe Q25 280 1.257 -77,7% 358 1.151 5.666 -79,7%
368 Yudo Pi1 276   New 396 526 1.739 -69,8%
369 Haima M5 273 1.789 -84,7% 378 833 0 New
370 Brilliance V5 268 158 69,6% 354 1.220 5.469 -77,7%
371 Ford Tourneo 263 349 -24,6% 394 542 673 -19,5%
372 Kia KX3 259 835 -69,0% 376 836 667 25,3%
373 Soueast V5 Lingzhi 256 372 -31,2% 380 809 3.506 -76,9%
374 BYD S7 254 3.130 -91,9% 373 865 456 89,7%
375 Ford Mustang (import only) 254 306 -17,0% 374 860 8.417 -89,8%
376 Changhe M70 250 1.603 -84,4% 385 745 975 -23,6%
377 BYD E6 249 1.067 -76,7% 379 829 4.064 -79,6%
378 Leopaard Q6 239 536 -55,4% 420 283 1.259 -77,5%
379 Lincoln Navigator (import only) 233 136 71,3% 369 887 1.559 -43,1%
380 Chery Tiggo 3xe 233   New 393 550 349 57,6%
381 SWM X3 232   New 421 283 0 New
382 Hawtai Santa Fe 231 7.695 -97,0% 322 1.872 0 New
383 Haima M6 216 1.267 -83,0% 360 1.080 8.876 -87,8%
384 Qiteng EX80 212 153 38,6% 387 703 5.491 -87,2%
385 BAW Yongshi 205 0 New 398 507 963 -47,4%
386 Zotye Z500 201 227 -11,5% 403 426 9 4633,3%
387 Roewe E950 201 52 286,5% 382 796 419 90,0%
388 JAC J5 Heyue 196 1.155 -83,0% 419 285 646 -55,9%
389 GAC Trumpchi GA3S 183 677 -73,0% 397 517 2.361 -78,1%
390 Chery Arrizo 7 181 273 -33,7% 413 319 1.393 -77,1%
391 Brilliance H3 180 425 -57,6% 408 355 1.135 -68,7%
392 DS7 174   New 404 421 3.465 -87,8%
393 Dongfeng Fengshen AX3 165 1.022 -83,9% 430 174 0 New
394 BAIC Beijing Weiwang M50 164 5.154 -96,8% 365 941 7.129 -86,8%
395 FAW Besturn X80 163 435 -62,5% 362 1.011 11.658 -91,3%
396 Dongfeng Succe 160 268 -40,3% 364 953 4.279 -77,7%
397 Dongfeng Fengshan L60 157 433 -63,7% 402 432 507 -14,8%
398 Brilliance H530 155 290 -46,6% 410 344 801 -57,1%
399 Soueast V3 Lingyue 145 461 -68,5% 432 155 509 -69,5%
400 BAIC Beijing Senova D50 EV 141 2.068 -93,2% 409 346 790 -56,2%
401 Chery Cowin V3 122 1.239 -90,2% 405 406 2.981 -86,4%
402 Lifan 820 120 24 400,0% 407 385 3.657 -89,5%
403 Acura TLX-L 113   New 412 324 394 -17,8%
404 BAW BJ80C 102 126 -19,0% 406 394 0 New
405 Ford F-150 Raptor (import only) 98 83 18,1% 416 292 265 10,2%
406 Luxgen M7 MPV 96 121 -20,7% 440 103 83 24,1%
407 Citroën C4L 92 776 -88,1% 435 125 388 -67,8%
408 Volkswagen CrossPolo 90 500 -82,0% 417 291 1.970 -85,2%
409 FAW Besturn B70 89 88 1,1% 425 222 822 -73,0%
410 Arcfox Lite 84   New 422 268 417 -35,7%
411 Foton Sauvana 78 238 -67,2% 428 204 0 New
412 DS 4S 72 116 -37,9% 401 438 505 -13,3%
413 Yudo Pi3 70   New 427 205 288 -28,8%
414 Changan Eado EV 69   New 449 70 0 New
415 BAIC Beijing Huansu S2 69 196 -64,8% 411 332 0 New
416 Bisu M3 60 935 -93,6% 418 290 343 -15,5%
417 JMC Yusheng S330 56 1.804 -96,9% 395 532 2.700 -80,3%
418 Lifan X70 56   New 340 1.570 6.646 -76,4%
419 Lifan Lotto 47 353 -86,7% 351 1.294 0 New
420 Haima M8 44 15 193,3% 424 234 1.390 -83,2%
421 Yema E70EV 44   New 442 97 205 -52,7%
422 Lifan X80 42   New 443 90 0 New
423 Changan Alsvin 41 6.892 -99,4% 452 42 0 New
424 Changan Ouliwei 40 0 New 343 1.480 19.119 -92,3%
425 Lifan 530 40 40 0,0% 453 40 0 New
426 Luxgen 5 Sedan 40 1 3900,0% 454 40 41 -2,4%
427 Qoros 3 City SUV 36 71 -49,3% 455 40 8 400,0%
428 DS 5LS 35 80 -56,3% 451 53 326 -83,7%
429 Changan Raeton 35 250 -86,0% 429 179 337 -46,9%
430 Lifan 620 35 6 483,3% 433 142 767 -81,5%
431 Jiangnan Alto 34 0 New 439 105 51 105,9%
432 Ford Focus ST/RS (import only) 34 24 41,7% 441 99 979 -89,9%
433 BYD F0 33 1.738 -98,1% 448 71 67 6,0%
434 Roewe 950 33 44 -25,0% 383 793 3.452 -77,0%
435 Changan CS15 EV 33   New 414 313 63 396,8%
436 Nissan Maxima 31 146 -78,8% 444 85 0 New
437 XPeng G3 30   New 436 120 293 -59,0%
438 Karry Youya S22 30 110 -72,7% 446 78 0 New
439 DS6 26 323 -92,0% 450 55 110 -50,0%
440 Dongfeng A9 21 110 -80,9% 426 220 891 -75,3%
441 Buick Velite 5 21   New 438 112 410 -72,7%
442 Dongfeng Junfeng E17 16   New 457 32 0 New
443 Hawtai E70 13 0 New 462 16 0 New
444 Hyundai Verna Yuena 11 4.595 -99,8% 465 13 654 -98,0%
445 FAW Jumper A70 8 177 -95,5% 337 1.583 22.999 -93,1%
446 BAIC Beijing Senova D70 6 0 New 458 27 666 -95,9%
447 Zhidou D3 EV 6   New 391 581 1 58000,0%
448 Skoda Yeti 4 1.354 -99,7% 431 172 0 New
449 DS5 4 15 -73,3% 187 8.105 4.537 78,6%
450 Zotye Z100 1 216 -99,5% 464 13 66 -80,3%
451 BAIC Beijing Weiwang 007 1 0 New 466 4 2.054 -99,8%
452 Brilliance M2 Junjie FSV 1 39 -97,4% 468 2 0 New
453 Infiniti QX50 1 646 -99,8% 469 1 42 -97,6%

Sources: Manufacturers, Chooseauto

  1. It would be good to see the sales numbers of Lexus, Tesla or Subaru. Without these brands the lists above are not informative enough. I know these brands don’t have Chinese local production, but Lincoln doesn’t have Chinese producion either, but it’s data are still shown in the list.

    We have been waiting for Borgward’s return to Europe for some time, but – seeing these Chinese sales numbers – I don’t think it will happen any time soon… Maybe the most promising new Chinese brand can be the Lynk & Co. with Volvo-bases and striking, attractive design. I keep my fingers crossed for them.

    1. Geely is, no doubt, the most promising Chinese car manufacturer right now (Volvo, Lynk&Co, Mercedes, etc.), i think that they will be the first Chinese auto manufacturer to be successful in the Western market in the next decade.

  2. Thanks Bart! I noticed that this report seemed to give more coverage of the NEV market (EVs + PHEVs) – I really appreciate that, and even those this is segment of the market is comparatively small, its definitely the direction that the market is headed, and so great to see it getting more attention! Agree w/ others comments re: Geely and Lynk&Co., the latter showed a nice month-on-month percentage increase (March 2018 vs. Feb. 2018). It will be interesting to see how this new brand does in the long run, and to see whether their more flexible ownership models matter? Hope so.

  3. It’s hard to get excited by any list that excludes imports. With import duty being reduced, it will be interesting to see if they will be included in future data you can get hold of Bart. Not holding my breath though.

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