Buick sold 60,510 vehicles in China last month, an increase of 7.7
percent on an annual basis. The brand was led by the original Excelle
family, which sold 23,414 vehicles. In addition, the Excelle XT and GT
had sales of 16,541 units, an increase of 68 percent year on year.
Chevrolet sales in China totaled 54,660
units, an increase of 8.3 percent from the previous October. Its
best-selling model was the Cruze, with demand totaling 20,690 units – an
increase of 4.6 percent year on year. Right behind it was the Sail
family, which had sales of 18,385 units, a 14.9 percent increase year on
year. Sales of the Malibu remained strong as well, totaling 7,843 units
in the nameplate’s first October being offered in China.
Cadillac sales in China increased 19.5
percent on an annual basis in October to 2,491 units. Its best-selling
model was the SRX, which experienced a sales increase of 31 percent to
Wuling brand sales in China during October
were 118,788 units, a year-on-year increase of 17 percent. It was led by
the Sunshine, which had sales of 44,346 units. Another Wuling minivan,
the Hong Guang, had sales of 34,220 units – an increase of 63.9 percent
from last October.
Baojun set an all-time monthly sales
record, surpassing 10,000 units for the first time. It sold 10,968
vehicles, more than twice the number of the previous October. Sales of
the brand’s most popular model, the 630, rose 32.6 percent on an annual
basis to 6,634 units.