Shanghai (Gasgoo)- Great Wall Motor announced that in November, it delivered 131,062 vehicles, up 1.53 percent compared with the same period of last year. In the past eleven months, the cumulative sales of the Chinese automaker increased 2.24 percent year on year, totaling 944,576 units.
Even though its monthly sales have exceeded 100,000 for three consecutive months, its total sales of the previous eleven months has only achieved 75 percent of its annual sales target of 1.25 million units. By far, it seems difficult for Great Wall to reach its annual sales target.
Last month, the respective sales of the VV7, VV5 under WEY brand and Haval M6 all exceeded 10,000 units. In November, WEY brand sales achieved a month-on-month jump of 26.6 percent, totaling 20,460 units. Respectively, the sales of the VV5 were 10,277 while those of VV7 reached 10,183 units. Haval M6, the new member from Haval family, was also very popular with a sales volume of 10,059 units.
Among all three segments, pickup, sedan and SUV, the pickup segment posted the biggest year-on-year growth. Last month, the automaker sold 11,777 pickups, jumping 26.44 percent from a year earlier. The SUV segment showed a slight increase of 0.43 percent to 117,669 units. In the past eleven months of this year, its SUV sales totaled 828,140 units, growing 3.32 percent. With only one model on sale, its sedan sales dropped by 38.13 percent year on year. The segment’s cumulative sales slumped to 10,430 units from 25,301 units of the same period last year.
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