Chinese Auto Market recorded the sixth consecutive double-digit drop in April with 1.855.118 units (-15.6%). Brand leader Volkswagen leads with 12% of market share, followed by Honda in second place overtaking Toyota. Impressive performance signed by BMW with +23.5%.
Best Selling Cars Models in China in 2019 were under the leadership of the Volkswagen Lavida, which was corroborated by the previous June' launch of last generation allowing to take distance from all other competitors. Impressive performance scored by the Buick Excelle GT (+152%), jumping in the 7th position.
Chinese Auto Market fell down in 2018 first time since the ’90s. The market fell during the second half, despite tax reduction ending the year at 27.5 million units. Volkswagen led the market with over double sales than Honda, while Geely (+10%) advanced in third place.
Best Selling Cars Models in China in 2018 were under the leadership of the Volkswagen Lavida, which was corroborated by the June' launch of last generation allowing to take distance from all other competitors. Impressive performance scored by the Nissan Sylphy, gaining the second position.
Best Selling Car in China in the 2017 led again by the Chinese Wuling Hongguang fighting head-to-head with the Volkswagen Lavida for the final supremacy in this year. The new Baojun 510 landed in 6th place.
China Light Vehicle Sales up 6% in Q1 2015 fueled by roaring local makers, with Great Wal doubling volume taking the 5th place and Wuling and ChangAn on the podium, behind a struggling Volkswagen.
Best Selling Vehicles in China in the first quarter 2015. Bajoun 730 kept growing together with Great Wall Haval 6, Volkswagen Santana and Jetta, Ford Escort. The three on the podium have lost sales in Q1 in a market full of new models.
China Car Sales up 4.1% in February fueled by Chinese brands push with Wuling and ChangAn on the podium and impressive increase posted by Dongfeng, BYD, Geely, BAIC and Ba0jiun.
Chinese 100 Best Selling Cars Ranking in February led by a LCV model ahead of Volksagen Lavida and Hyundai Elantra. Chinese models are gaining space recovering after thanks to several new SUVs and MPVs models.
China Car Market statistics positive starting the 2015, the year when the market will hit the 25 million units for the first time. Volkswagen started booming volume while Toyota struggles.
2014 China Auto Industry record at 23.5 million led by VW Group as best carmakers in the world. China counts 27 percent of total car sold in the world and Volkswagen, Audi and Skoda sales are on fire.
Chinese vehicle sales grew at a sluggish pace in October. Domestic brands gained while U.S. and European carmakers have expanded solidly at the expense of Japanese rivals. The share of domestic brands came in at 39.5% in October sales, while German and Japanese cars continued to lead the market.
Haval, Baojun and BAIC were the fastest growing in the September Chinese Automotive industry gaining positions in the ranking of top brands. In October government unveiled tough penalties tied to the new fuel economy rules.
Chinese Vehicle Market posted the 18th y.o.y. increase in August celebrating two Chinese brands in the podium thanks to the ChangAn jump in third place, before Volkswagen and Wuling. See statistics on Brands, Groups and models.
China Auto Market in July 2014 reduced the inventory keeping sales momentum. The Japanese Toyota resurged advancing in third place while Wuling, Foton, ChangAn, Buick and Peugeot have posted amazing double digit performance.