8 responses

  1. Erzincem
    January 10, 2013

    @matgasnier
    Hi Matt,
    I´m more than glad about your work and yeas the top 294 is enough. Was just wondering about the luxurious and exclusive car sales.
    Cheers

  2. Paul
    December 15, 2012

    Its true the QQMe has been around a while. 4 units? Its amazing how many old models the Chinese companies keep around.

  3. TerschellingFRL
    December 14, 2012

    I think it’s interesting to see that even the Chevrolet Sail might take over the second spot from the Buick Excelle, so the Buick Excelle would be third at the end of the year. Might be possible when you look at the sales numbers from November.

  4. Rutger (D-C)
    December 14, 2012

    The QQme is not a new product, it has actually been discontinued due to (very) poor sales. It was definitely one the most distinguishing Chinese cars…

  5. Erzincem
    December 13, 2012

    Is this selling list only for locally made cars? I would like to know how many Ferrari´s and so on are sold in China.

    • matgasnier
      December 14, 2012

      Hi Erzincem,
      Do I take it that the list of the 294 locally produced cars is not enough for you? ;-)
      Very difficult finding the sales figures of imported models in China. Perhaps you can try contacting Ferrari directly?
      Cheers,
      Matt

  6. Juan Felipe
    December 13, 2012

    Matt, how did you get Chrysler Grand Voyager results if it is not a locally made car? I would like to know sales statistics for Jeep and other Fiat models. How is it possible?

    • matgasnier
      December 14, 2012

      This must be the last units of a version of the model locally assembled.
      To get import sales the best thing for you to do is to contact Jeep and Fiat directly in China via email – let me know if you get lucky and I’ll feature the numbers here!
      Cheers,
      Matt

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