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  1. Nick
    July 29, 2012

    In china , Audi A6 L is chosen as official cars by Chinese government.Many of these 12,000 drove to china’s governments’ yards. Thanks to limited car-buying-fees, Chinese government didn’t choose Audi A8 L as their sedans. Or we may see an Audi A8 L monthly sales larger than 10,000!

    Besides, Chinese people are very much likely to buy an government car.
    these twos reasons covers much for Audi A6L’s monthly 12,000 sales.

  2. JimC
    July 14, 2012

    Can anyone tell me which is the best selling Asian car brand or Japanese car brand in China?

  3. Nick
    July 14, 2012

    Focus on it’s way to becoming (if not already there) the world’s best selling car. Hopefully the margin’s are strong enough on these Chinese sales to help counter Ford’s losses in Europe. The company is still on fire and making all the right moves, which is not reflected in their stock price.

    Blows my mind that top 4 selling cars in China are all American marques…Ford, Chevy, Buick, Chevy. We haven’t seen that in the US in the past 30 years. Seems the American brands marketing and products resonate more in the middle kingdom today than they do at home, and it doesn’t seem to be a statistical fluke or temporary situation, either.

  4. Rick
    July 13, 2012

    Ford Focus was set to be a ‘true’ worldcar – seems it works well this time.

    Audi A6 L: who’s gonna stop that brutal, fully-loaded, high margin monster?
    Another 12.000 buyers in just 4 weeks: I am stunned!!

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