10 responses

  1. Rosario
    November 23, 2012

    news from Fiat about China sales:
    delivered 6.000 Viaggio from mid-September; Gac Fiat currently produces 200 cars per day; following the success of the Viaggio, are also growing sales of Freemont, which, along with the 500 and Bravo, are imported.

    source (in italian):
    http://www.quattroruote.it/notizie/industria/fiat-viaggio-vendite-in-cina-sopra-le-aspettative

    • matgasnier
      November 23, 2012

      Thank you very much Rosario! This is the first time any sales figures for the Viaggio are communicated. I am writing an article about it now.
      Thanks again for the link.
      cheers
      Matt

  2. AutoItalian
    November 17, 2012
  3. Romain
    November 16, 2012

    Salut Mat, c’est étrange, il me semblait que Renault vendait quelques produits sur le marché chinois, ´notamment quelques véhicules produits venant de Corée ? Mais rien dans les statistiques, même si les chiffres sont dérisoires. Merci a toi. À+

    • matgasnier
      November 17, 2012

      Salut Romain,
      Keep in mind le tableau que je présente chaque mois n’inclut pas les imports. Renault importe quelques modeles en Chine comme le Koleos mais n’en assemble ou construit aucun sur place.
      A+
      Matt

  4. Speedal
    November 15, 2012

    MAybe no sales yet for Fiat Viaggio… something in common with many new products from Lingotto worldwide… Buy, hey Mr.Marchionne said that Fiat is expanding in China, so we have to believe him (if he just knows what he’s talking about….)

  5. Danijel
    November 15, 2012

    I am intrested in that data too. It is on fiat china web site.

  6. Gian
    November 15, 2012

    @Juan Felipe
    Hope it is due only to missing data. It is difficult to believe that in over one month sold less than 17 cars.

  7. Juan Felipe
    November 15, 2012

    No data for Fiat Viaggio yet? pity

  8. Gian
    November 15, 2012

    Hi, Fiat Viaggio is on sale from Mid Sept, is it possible that has sold less than 17 cars?

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