Business / Auto Data

China's car export volume down 18% in Oct

[2013-12-04 16:11]

China’s vehicle export volume in October dropped 18 percent year-on-year to 68,000 units, with the transaction value of $1.003 billion down 2.2 percent

Automakers output rise sharply

[2013-11-22 09:01]

The output value of four automobile OEMs hit 85.46 billion yuan ($14 billion) in the first 10 months of 2013, a year-on-year increase of 24.47 percent, according to the administration commission of Shenyang Motown.

Geely's October sales up 15%

[2013-11-12 18:46]

Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co says it sold 55,785 vehicles of its own brands in last month, up 15 percent from a year earlier.

Porsche China sales up 21% in Oct

[2013-11-12 18:44]

Porsche AG says it delivered 2,948 vehicles in China last month, up nearly 21 percent year-on-year.

Used car sales set to accelerate

[2013-11-12 17:08]

China's second-hand automobile market will hit annual sales of more than 36 million by 2023, a six-fold increase from 2013.

China's auto industry picks up in Oct

[2013-11-11 16:48]

China's automobile sales and output posted faster year-on-year growth in October, according to official data released Monday.

Strong sales bode well for car industry

[2013-11-11 08:10]

Auto companies are on track to achieving strong annual profit growth in 2013, according to a preliminary estimate based on automakers' newly released financial statements.

GM sales up 12.2% in Oct in China

[2013-11-07 17:31]

GM and its joint venture sales in October reached 282,446 units, up 12.2 percent year-on-year, according to the company news release.

Ford wholesales in Oct increase 55% in China

[2013-11-07 17:11]

Ford Motor and its joint venture wholesales in October in China rose 55 percent year-on-year to 93,969 vehicles, according to the company news released recently.

China's locally produced SUV sales up 70.7%

[2013-11-07 17:05]

China's locally produced SUV sales in September increased 70.7 percent on a yearly basis to 263,961 units, according to CBU-Autostats.

Chinese brands' SUV sales increase 52% in Sept

[2013-11-07 16:23]

Chinese brands' SUV sales in September rose 52.3 percent on a yearly basis to 99,071 units, and their market share was down by 5 percentage points to 37.5 percent.

Japanese brands' SUVs Sept sales up 114%

[2013-11-07 16:02]

September sales of Japanese brands' locally produced SUVs in China increased by 114 percent year-on-year to 59,619 units, and their market share was 22.5 percent, up 4.6 percentage points.

Nissan China sales up 128% in Oct

[2013-11-07 10:48]

Nissan Motor announced on Monday that the company sold 114,700 vehicles in China in October with its local JV partner, up 127.8 percent from a year earlier.

Sales of Chinese brands' A0-class cars down 5.1%

[2013-11-06 17:16]

September sales of Chinese brands' A0-class cars dropped 5.1 percent year-on-year to 50,670 units.

Chang'an sales increase 27.8% in Oct

[2013-11-06 16:55]

Chang'an Group sales in October came up to 190,376 vehicles with an increase of 27.8 percent on a yearly basis, according to the company news release.

Volvo sales up 50.1% in Oct in China

[2013-11-06 16:54]

Volvo recently announced that its October sales in China rose 50.1 percent on a yearly basis to 5,086 units.

Shanghai-GM sales up 13.5% in Oct

[2013-11-06 16:53]

Sales of Shanghai-GM in October this year rose 13.5 percent year-on-year to 137,269 units, according to a company news release.

Ford says October China auto sales up 55%

[2013-11-06 14:31]

Ford Motor Co and its local partners in China sold a total 93,969 vehicles on a wholesale basis in October, an increase of 55 percent year-on-year.

Honda says Oct China auto sales more than doubled

[2013-11-04 15:10]

Honda Motor Co Ltd and its two local joint-ventures sold 75,150 automobiles in China in October, up 211.6 percent from a year earlier.

Dongfeng Motor Q3 profit rises 39%

[2013-11-04 13:40]

Dongfeng Motor Group Co Ltd posted a 39 percent rise in third-quarter profit on the back of China's auto market recovery, according to Reuters.