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China wholesales February 2020: Focus on anti-bacterial tech helps Geely (#1 above Volkswagen), Chery (-37.2%), Jetour (-47.2%) in market down -79.1%

The Coronavirus outbreak has brought the Chinese market to its knees.

In line with our expectations earlier in the month, as a result of the country effectively shutting down in February, wholesales of China-made light vehicles drop -79.1% year-on-year this month to 310.000 units. Passenger Vehicles are down -81.7% to 224.000 with Commercial Vehicles slightly less affected at -67.1% to 86.000. Within Passenger Vehicles, SUVs resist best once again at -78.8% to 112.000 and outsell Cars for the 2nd consecutive month – and ever, the latter being down -83.9% to 94.000. MPVs sink -83.7% to 14.000 and minibuses are down -84.4% to 3.000. After a month of January hit by the Lunar New Year holiday (-18.4%), the Chinese wholesales year-to-date volume is now down -42% to 2.238.000 units including 1.831.000 Passenger Vehicles (-43.6%) and 407.000 Commercials (-33.2%). SUV sales cement their lead at -37.3% to 883.000 vs. 834.000 cars (-47%), 90.000 MPVs (-58.6%) and 24.000 minibus (-49.7%). New Energy Vehicle (NEV) sales are down -75.2% to 13.000 or 4.2% share vs. 2.3% in January and 4.7% over the FY2019. For perspective, the February 2020 volume equals less than a week’s worth of February 2019 sales and returns the Chinese wholesales market to levels unseen since 2002 – albeit artificially and temporarily.

How are the next few months looking?

According to China Auto Review as of March 11 (the day Wuhan plants are allowed to resume activity), 90.1% of the 203 vehicle manufacturing facilities under 23 Chinese automobile groups have resumed production, with 77% of their employees having returned to work. CADA says the work resumption rate of dealerships is at 54.48% as of March 13 based on a survey of 8.371 dealerships around the country. According to estimates from the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA) published today March 19, retail sales in China will drop -41% to 1.03 million units in March, with a turnaround in sales not expected until April or May and potential positive year-on-year result over H2. The first week of March saw retail sales drop -54% year-on-year to 127.000 and CPCA expects week 2 to be down -43% (166.000), week 3 at -38% (187.000) and week 4 at -30% (550.000) for a full month at -41% (1.03m). Production remains in doldrums for now at -78% over the first week of March, which could point to supply difficulties for dealerships towards the end of the month and lower final wholesales volumes a little further.

Wuhan street in lockdown.

Will we ever get back to “normal”?

Yesterday (March 18) marked first day since the start of the pandemic that no new locally transmitted Coronavirus cases were recorded in China, a very strong signal that the pandemic is now under control at the location where it started. However the virus is now spreading out of control outside the country, totalling almost 140.000 vs. 81.000 in China, with 17.700 new cases reported on March 18, the 2nd-largest daily figure thus far. It is now widely accepted by global economic analysts – me among them – that the Coronavirus crisis is so shocking and severe that some of our societal behaviours may not ever return to how they were before the pandemic. According to some of our contacts in China, there are signs that even now that the epidemic has been contained there, people remain wary of public transport and instead are opting for the security of their own private car which, if confirmed as a widespread attitude, could actually help the Chinese new car market in the mid to long term.

Geely is the #1 brand in China in February. It aggressively pushed anti-Coronavirus air filtration tech, notably on the new Icon SUV (pictured).

Chinese brands drastically improve they market share of Passenger Vehicles to 52.6% vs. 42.9% in February 2019 thanks to sales down “only” -77.4% to 117.800. This is to be compared with foreign carmakers down an abysmal -84.8% to just 106.200 units and 47.4% share vs. 57.1% in February 2019. This is allegedly linked to a faster return to work vs. foreign carmakers whose leadership teams were often evacuated back to their home country. The better performance of Chinese brands is reflected in this month’s brands ranking, even though in these exceptional circumstances reasonable sales aren’t necessarily the result of a greater commercial performance, rather the luck of being stronger in areas that did not have to go into complete lockdown and possibly the preparedness and safety measures quickly initiated in local factories. It is notably the case for Geely (-75.3%) spectacularly taking the overall brands lead in February which means Volkswagen (-90.2%) isn’t the most popular carmaker in China for the first time since its arrival in the country back in 1991. Geely has been quicker than most to resume factory activity but perhaps more significantly has been advertising new anti-bacterial air filter tech that supposedly prevents the Coronavirus from entering the cockpit of its cars. This ideally positions the brand for success over the next few months, even though this tech’s efficacy in the specific case of the Coronavirus isn’t 100% proven as far as we know.

Chery and Jetour marketing has focused on anti-Coronavirus air filters ever since the start of the outbreak.

Below Nissan (-73.2%) and Changan (-75.2%), Chery (-37.2%) is the other “winner” this month, surging 13 spots on January to rank #5 overall, and is alongside its stablemate Jetour (-47.2%) the only Top 35 carmaker to lose less than half its volume year-on-year in February. Similarly to Geely, the good performance of both brands this month can also potentially be linked to aggressive advertising of its existing antibacterial air filtration technology, notably on WeChat, which has helped build the perception that Chery Group cars are better equipped against the Coronavirus. Newcomer Jetta (5.217) surges 9 spots on last month to a record 15th place and, even with drastically reduced volumes, holds onto its title of most successful launch in Chinese history with 71.873 wholesales in 6 months vs. 57.166 for previous record-holder Jetour. As for Tesla (3.900), it spectacularly lands directly at #20 but as we described in our February new models update, in typical Elon Musk fashion these are in fact likely to be January deliveries as the carmaker’s factory was shut most of February.

The Telsa Model 3 lands at #4.

The next best performers near the top are Jinbei (-56.2%), Hongqi (-60.8%), JAC (-61%), Ford (-61.1%), MG (-62.7%) and Mercedes (-69.3%), all other brands losing over 70% year-on-year. A handful of tiny NEV makers actually post a gain this month, but Denza (+2100%), Weltmeister (+36%) and NIO (+8.1%) all account for less than 0.25% market share. In contrast and as is to be expected, carmakers whose factories and/or parts manufacturing are predominately located in Wuhan and the surrounding Hubei province are completely annihilated this month. This is the case for Cadillac (-98.6%), Renault (-98.4%), Venucia (-93.4%), Buick (-92.4%), Honda (-90.4%), Peugeot (-89.2%), Citroen (-88.5%), Chevrolet (-88.4%), but also and unrelated to Wuhan activity JMC (-99.1%), Jaguar (-98.8%), Land Rover (-98.7%), Hyundai (-95.7%), Mitsubishi (-94.9%) and Volvo (-94.8%) are all hit particularly hard. Strikingly, even though it is headquartered in Wuhan, Dongfeng (-77.7%) resists relatively well – better than the market at least – potentially thanks to its multitude of subsidiaries peppered all around the country.

The Nissan Sylphy is the best-selling vehicle in China in February.

Looking at the models ranking offers a surreal perspective this month with the country’s best-seller, the Nissan Sylphy (-72.7%) only needing 6.520 units to top the overall charts, while its archenemy the VW Lavida (-90.4%) is down to #12. The Haval H6 (-80.3%) lifts 3 spots on January to #2 with the VW Bora (-73.1%) rounding out a relatively familiar podium. The Tesla Model 3 lands directly – and mostly artificially as described above – in 4th place, distancing the Changan CS75 (-65.8%). The Chery Arrizo GX (-1.3%) is up 58 ranks on last month to #6, the Mercedes GLC (-60.7%) is up 21 to #7 and the Chery Tiggo 5x (+263.6%) up 77 to #9, all aforementioned nameplates smashing their ranking records in extraordinary circumstances. The Chery Tiggo 3 (+25.8%) and MG HS (+16.1%) are the only other Top 100 models in positive, just as the Jetta VS5 (#16), BYD Song Pro (#42), Jetta VS7 (#43) and GAC Aion S (#50) shine among recent launches (<12 months).

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Full February 2020 Top 93 All China-made brands and Top 452 All models below.

China wholesales February 2020 – China-made brands:

4ChangAn (incl. Chana)14,019-75.2%779,889-38.6%68
20Tesla3,900new –3,900new43 –
27Lynk & Co2,066-71.6%3411,074-44.3%3232
56LI269new591,449new61 –
63FQT Motor116-73.1%86157-66.5%8489
71Great Wall41-80.4%7146630.9%7282
74JMC (incl. JMEV)20-99.1%72430-92.2%7369
76Land Rover19-98.7%452,284-31.7%5053

China wholesales February 2020 – China-made models:

1Nissan Sylphy6,520-72.7%143,826-36.3%12
2Haval H65,071-80.3%531,485-55.5%53
3VW Bora4,107-73.1%434,014-15.0%46
4Tesla Model 33,900new –3,900new136 –
5ChangAn CS753,866-65.8%729,6396.6%619
6Chery Arrizo GX3,727-1.3%6412,58121.3%4792
7Mercedes GLC3,711-60.7%2817,070-24.3%2134
8Geely Emgrand3,666-77.5%1026,009-35.6%917
9Chery Tiggo 5x/e3,654263.6%869,211123.6%69107
10Geely Boyue3,563-76.3%927,035-36.4%811
11Mercedes E-Klasse L3,343-69.6%3415,665-41.5%2729
12VW Lavida3,305-90.4%239,230-58.2%21
13Roewe RX53,202-56.1%2018,889-6.5%1425
14Jetour X703,137-55.8%5013,915-18.9%3544
15Audi A6L2,953-54.1%5213,563-18.1%4043
16Jetta VS52,874new3215,704new26163
17VW Sagitar2,828-82.0%629,122-9.9%77
18Chery Tiggo 3/3x2,82825.8%1475,793-6.0%97161
19Nissan Qashqai2,785-66.6%3615,076-39.6%2921
20Honda Accord2,567-76.9%1818,485-43.1%1513
21Wuling Hongguang2,540-89.4%4314,156-77.3%344
22Toyota Corolla2,473-87.1%337,441-34.2%35
23BMW 5-Series L2,399-72.2%2715,999-23.3%2526
24Buick Envision2,395-70.1%3115,289-26.0%2841
25Chana CX702,328-53.2%1126,676-29.7%85117
26Audi Q5L2,296-50.7%6211,398-20.4%5640
27Toyota Camry2,266-56.4%2316,981-31.8%2220
28Mercedes C-Klasse L2,147-79.0%3514,447-42.7%3330
29BYD Qin2,117n/a897,394n/a78291
30Toyota RAV42,087-74.5%2217,512-32.8%1847
31Chery Tiggo 82,066-61.2%4713,071-15.2%4352
32Geely Binyue2,055-74.6%5512,289-45.9%4939
33MG ZS2,044-64.5%3314,7580.9%3149
34ChangAn Eado2,015-67.2%887,414-36.5%7773
35ChangAn CS351,918-81.5%5412,171-59.4%5036
36Dongfeng Future1,803-46.7%926,981-29.4%83100
37Baojun 5301,768-79.1%817,754-60.5%7380
38Chevrolet Sail1,732-61.2%1983,308-76.1%14874
39Geely Vision X61,722-67.2%699,801-35.9%6581
40BMW X31,643-70.1%4013,643-8.2%3950
41GAC Trumpchi GS41,634-67.4%1618,40544.9%1655
42BYD Song Pro1,597new3713,731new3772
43Jetta VS71,593new2722,242new183 –
44Audi A4L1,581-84.7%4213,213-50.4%4224
45MG HS1,53716.1%1375,06721.7%106143
46Geely Binrui1,533-74.5%708,789-52.5%7079
47Nissan X-Trail1,529-80.5%2117,169-28.8%1918
48BMW 3-Series L1,487-81.3%4812,487-50.7%4858
49Honda Crider1,440-85.3%6110,579-57.0%6131
50GAC Aion S1,433new1544,081new132175
51Kia Pegas1,393-65.8%976,506-37.6%87102
52Mazda3 Axela1,388-72.9%738,193-43.2%7266
53Mercedes A-Class L1,352-70.5%1065,767-43.6%9894
54BMW X11,299-81.6%659,899-41.5%6470
55Honda Vezel1,268-77.8%4412,723-22.5%4559
56JAC Refine1,250-47.4%1334,919-30.0%107159
57Nissan Tiida1,215-52.9%787,5587.5%7586
58Dongfeng Forthing T51,199-26.3%827,06839.1%80138
59ChangAn CS551,190-88.6%4912,142-49.3%5154
60Toyota Highlander1,158-74.9%5711,334-24.9%5768
61Toyota Yaris L1,132-64.8%669,679-17.0%6698
62Lynk & Co 031,070-54.5%966,189-8.0%90121
63Geely Emgrand GS1,065-86.2%5111,825-49.0%5453
64Haval F71,020-90.4%5611,213-56.4%5837
65Geely Vision1,018-74.9%807,093-52.1%7982
66Geely Vision X31,015-76.7%689,222-37.6%6871
67JAC Jiayue A51,010new956,144new91323
68VW Tharu1,004-60.2%6010,346-31.6%6238
69Geely Xingyue (Star)1,000new1723,095new155201
70Ford Escape986new2072,407new178 –
71Beijing EU-Series979-60.3%1802,945-53.7%15957
72Nissan Teana960-75.0%5910,7110.3%6067
73GAC Trumpchi GS3941-80.7%777,435-44.6%7691
74VW Santana939-92.9%1319,625-53.4%139
75Geely Jiaji913new2272,085new191172
76Chevrolet Cavalier/Onix911-92.1%1483,872-90.3%13862
77Baojun 510883-92.8%936,031-81.8%9228
78Mercedes GLB880new1045,414new102386
79Hongqi HS5878new876,343new88181
80Skoda Kamiq877-70.4%1613,304-57.6%149122
81VW Passat875-92.4%1916,693-40.4%2315
82Buick GL8870-86.6%2515,0500.9%3032
83Nissan Lannia842-70.4%1234,725-38.2%110119
84VW Magotan826-91.6%4112,615-43.4%4623
85Hyundai Rena778-64.3%1154,87252.8%108125
86Honda Odyssey759-46.8%1304,4952.4%120141
87VW Tiguan754-95.4%4512,120-61.2%5212
88Jetta VA3750new1164,828new109277
89Honda Breeze741new3013,648new38309
90Toyota Avalon737new3812,775new44105
91Ford Escort730-1.1%1085,13732.4%104101
92Roewe i5/Ei5725-95.2%1418,319-51.1%1727
93Audi Q3713-84.1%717,713-30.6%74104
94Nissan Kicks684-78.9%1224,579-25.8%115132
95NIO ES6671new2052,164new186279
96Mazda6 Atenza660-67.4%1324,359-10.1%125148
97Ford Mondeo655-59.9%1882,422-37.7%176235
98Jinbei Granse617-26.5%2391,617-39.5%211232
99Jetour X95611new1862,413new177443
100Changan CS85 Coupe607-45.9%2311,649-17.1%210211
101Geely Borui607-50.7%2861,161-32.6%245352
102VGV U70603new2951,103new246404
103Mazda CX-4593-80.2%1274,433-38.2%122129
104MG 3592-56.4%2171,857-45.5%197213
105MG 5583721.1%2611,3271095.5%231281
106Bestune T77576-83.9%1702,710-75.9%167136
107Weltmeister EX556736.0%2331,594282.3%214251
108JAC Refine S2/S2mini566-14.6%2661,285-34.6%235299
109Toyota Vios563-69.1%945,704-30.4%99113
110Dongfeng Glory 580558-91.2%1035,124-71.2%10583
111Dongfeng Aeolus Hyun552new915,810new96231
112Baojun 730548-93.7%1463,535-84.5%14465
113Jeep Compass548-76.2%433552-92.3%299164
114Baojun RS-3532new985,631new100222
115GAC Trumpchi GM6528-84.0%1592,998-58.7%157165
116Brilliance H330528n/a –5285180.0%303543
117Lynk & Co 01525-83.8%1553,162-66.4%153123
118Ford Focus523-78.3%1204,495-37.0%119126
119ChangAn Yuexiang519n/a –519-34.1%306294
120Geely Icon518new1752,547new170 –
121BYD Yuan/S2505-88.3%2231,707-88.2%20696
122Toyota Levin497-95.1%824,898-32.3%1014
123JAC Refine S5480464.7%436483260.4%313350
124VW Lamando477-92.8%1254,336-76.6%12663
125Lynk & Co 02471-72.1%2181,723-53.7%204206
126Chery eQ470-85.1%2601,221-81.3%241152
127Mercedes Vito4582.2%2671,165-14.4%244280
128VW T-Roc454-91.6%4611,697-7.6%5546
129Toyota Yaris L Sedan447-82.5%1652,742-70.0%166130
130Toyota Prado440-81.7%1393,852-26.7%140167
131Exeed TX/TXL437new1912,112new190250
132FAW Besturn B30421n/a1572,958295700.0%158229
133Roewe i6/ei6410-67.3%1622,836-7.3%162140
134Maxus G10409-57.1%1942,038-14.1%192200
135BMW 1 Series403-86.4%1184,403-29.0%124142
136SWM G01403-85.0%1712,529-60.9%171176
137FAW Besturn X40394-85.7%757,007102.6%81155
138Changhe Freedom M5039123.3%408410-2.6%326329
139Brilliance H230384n/a –384n/a331 –
140Hyundai Elantra Lingdong382-93.9%639,248-2.9%6745
141Maxus G50380-80.4%1892,144-41.4%187182
142Changan Raeton CC375-66.1%1642,766-3.3%165217
143Chery Tiggo 7375-64.2%2511,256-53.4%236264
144BYD Qin Pro367-88.1%2431,316-84.7%232124
145Audi A3366-89.6%5310,86510.3%5977
146Mazda CX-5361-78.1%1792,349-46.3%180168
147Chevrolet Orlando358-76.9%1144,53435.6%118191
148SWM G05352new1732,443new175437
149Ford Territory350-87.1%1582,871-32.0%160131
150VW Teramont348-91.2%1114,725-52.7%11178
151GAC Trumpchi GS8348-73.5%1822,216-39.2%185185
152Dongfeng Glory S560346-92.0%905,610-51.2%101112
153Dongfeng Glory 330/370341-82.3%2091,758-63.7%201198
154Baojun RM-5338new1264,192new128178
155GAC Trumpchi GM8337-62.8%1692,478-8.2%172208
156Baojun E100/E200335-66.9%2081,752-81.2%202110
157Chana Honor335-81.3%283919-79.1%263189
158Skoda Rapid329-45.1%1762,356-62.0%179137
159BYD Tang325-95.3%1662,610-85.4%16985
160ChangAn CS15323-82.3%2691,002-69.5%256210
161Haval H9315-47.0%2191,5529.4%218267
162VW Polo308-95.7%1852,117-89.8%18989
163COS X7307new2913,314new41282
164BYD e2305new2321,333new230336
165Buick Encore302-47.5%1383,81510.3%141219
166VW Tayron299-94.1%1221,28877.0%1222
167VW T-Cross287new1513,059new15699
168Geometry A285new373381new333272
169Cowin X3283-16.8%27690531.5%264301
170Mercedes V-Class282-61.4%2351,291-28.0%233245
171Roewe RX3279-90.2%1403,498-42.1%145151
172Mitsubishi Outlander269-94.0%855,842-51.4%9576
173LI One269new2241,449new222 –
174SWM X7269-77.4%2541,076-70.0%249266
175ChangAn CS9526526.8%26399792.1%258330
176Dongfeng Glory iX5256-89.9%2291,385-73.9%227246
177Ora R1252-86.3%2141,547-56.9%219183
178Beijing X3251new1493,158new154209
179Venucia D60249-92.0%845,865-39.5%9490
180Honda Fit248-96.9%1413,452-84.4%14656
181BMW X2248new2561,048new250358
182Buick Enclave245new1244,107new131359
183Jinbei Viewpoint244new345444new320422
184MG 6242-94.8%1313,958-60.7%133108
185WEY VV6238-94.1%1433,358-65.9%147114
186Ford Ecosport229367.3%297724-25.4%277408
187BYD Song MAX221-95.6%2121,570-84.5%21695
188Haval H2213-89.4%1782,224-68.5%184158
189Dongfeng Aeolus AX7205-93.2%1343,863-58.2%139162
190Suzuki S-Cross201-12.6%422210-51.9%355473
191Beijing Hyosow S620070.9%279800200.8%272454
192Changan Eado DT199-93.0%2281,360-75.8%228174
193Foton MP-X199-44.1%287750-5.4%276328
194Nissan Terra198-77.4%2411,171-43.2%243288
195Audi Q2L196-77.1%995,24188.1%103154
196Citroen C5 Aircross195-69.6%2301,286-42.8%234248
197Soueast DX3190-82.1%314576-78.6%297270
198Haval M6187-96.3%2414,478-15.3%3251
199Toyota Vios FS184-93.5%1682,343-70.8%181195
200Chery QQ180-10.9%403203-24.8%357414
201VW Golf178-96.7%678,526-30.4%7160
202JAC Refine S4174-95.7%319545-95.3%300214
203Hyundai La Festa172-97.6%1443,281-81.0%15064
204GAC Trumpchi GS5170-95.3%1951,775-82.1%200135
205JAC Refine S3170-71.0%294675-60.5%281262
206Volvo XC60165-93.3%1074,573-40.2%116109
207Baojun 310162-95.6%1453,261-65.3%151133
208Buick LaCrosse160-93.8%1194,152-39.8%130150
209Hongqi H5154-93.4%835,922153.8%93139
210Baojun RC-6150new1841,984new194254
211Hanteng X5150-91.9%1961,750-64.3%203199
212GAC Aion LX150new329451new318476
213Skoda Octavia147-95.6%1831,982-73.9%19597
214Ford Edge143-90.1%2061,600-59.3%212173
215Baojun 360142-97.8%2471,044-94.0%251106
216Geely Borui GE142-82.4%305600-83.7%293234
217Peugeot 4008138-84.1%262876-63.9%268227
218Cowin X5136-73.0%304596-43.2%295316
219Haima 8S134new293643new286345
220Chery Tiggo 5131n/a292641220.5%288399
221Citroen C-Elysée127-93.1%430131-96.7%381220
222Yema T60124n/a3522881100.0%345244
223Haval H4121-94.1%2151,415-61.1%226188
224Chevrolet Malibu120-98.4%1363,707-82.6%14287
225FQT Motor EX80116-73.1%396157-66.5%374452
226SWM X3115-67.5%318491-51.1%311365
227Hyundai ix35112-99.1%1293,874-84.3%13742
228WEY VV5110-89.4%1901,834-41.5%198216
229Jeep Grand Commander110-86.4%2491,001-60.2%257263
230Nissan Murano108-91.4%2461,028-60.6%252205
231WEY VV7103-89.8%2001,654-45.9%207226
232Bestune T99103new2011,652new209387
233Hanteng X7103-91.9%2381,103-66.0%247242
234Neta N01102-79.7%2371,10340.3%248300
235Kia K3101-87.4%1174,161135.1%129156
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265Chevrolet Menlo64new –64new397 –
266Venucia T6063-88.2%1742,127-0.9%188243
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272Beijing Senova D5056-92.2%300527-69.5%304238
273Hongqi H752-74.3%290570-88.2%298273
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314Soueast DX521new307467new316360
315Yudo π321-43.2%40543-51.7%410507
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319Volvo S60L18-96.2%1672,29850.7%182253
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321Renault Captur18new335298new344497
322Kia K518-97.7%360158-85.6%370385
323Kia Forte Furuidi1730.8%2409972165.9%259298
324Chana Oshan17-99.0%255821-77.5%270258
325Mitsubishi ASX15-98.8%2101,425-61.5%225223
326Beijing EC-Series15-90.4%40238-77.8%413187
327Roewe MARVEL X15-89.3%42423-95.1%421433
328Cadillac XT414-99.5%1024,593-47.3%114134
329Acura RDX14-96.1%317391-46.3%330337
330COS 1°14-99.3%324357-91.2%339287
331Dongfeng Fengxing Jingye S5014-80.0%38476-93.7%395334
332Venucia T9013-95.7%258805-46.1%271292
333Haval H113-91.2%29152697.7%305417
334Levdeo i313new42122new422450
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336Buick Velite 612new354171new366400
337Zedriv GX512new39262new398538
338Acura CDX11-96.2%289534-34.5%302340
339JAC iEVS411new347195new359372
340Citroen C4 Aircross11-59.3%36712682.6%383415
341COS Cosmos11-97.4%39459-94.2%400384
342Borgward BX310new361147new376 –
343Mazda CX-810-91.5%38183-78.1%393472
344Kia KX59-99.6%303475-80.8%314314
345Suzuki Vitara9-97.2%38761-93.4%399401
346Beijing BJ808-27.3%41225-19.4%417514
347Beijing EX-Series8-96.7%41325-97.0%418275
348Maxus D908-92.8%42813-96.2%430407
349Kia Stonic7-99.7%2221,234-80.1%240166
350Venucia T707-99.2%270664-78.4%283260
351Range Rover Evoque7-97.2%27563199.1%290332
352Dongfeng Aeolus AX57n/a355163262.2%369484
353VW C-Trek7-99.4%37985-96.5%392286
354Levdeo i57new –7new436468
355GAC Trumpchi GA66-95.7%2341,017446.8%254257
356Jaguar XFL6-96.7%29949565.6%310368
357Renault Koleos6-99.1%368121-95.1%385318
358Foton Sauvana6-86.0%382774.1%394518
359Kia Sportage5-99.9%766,518-63.7%8675
360Jaguar XEL5-99.4%2211,239-15.9%237278
361Hyundai Santa Fe5-91.1%25088812.5%265252
362Yema Spica5-98.1% –5-99.2%442432
363Brilliance V34-99.8%2041,504-64.4%221233
364Beijing Zhixing4-99.5%309432-62.3%321325
365Hyundai ENCINO4-42.9%3779334.8%391378
366DS 64-94.0%40426-84.1%416529
367JAC iEVA504-98.3%41520-98.7%425411
368Ora iQ4-99.7%4299-99.7%433296
369Yema T804-98.7% –4-99.4%443458
370Hyundai Tucson3-99.4%1772,017116.6%193171
371COS Kosai 53new370109new387419
372Buick Excelle2-99.8%245925-57.9%262308
373Mercedes EQC2new343209new356532
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380DS 5LS1-50.0%4383-78.6%445561
381JAC iEV7S1-99.7%4393-99.4%446382
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383Honda Civic0-100.0%1716,354-57.4%2410
384Honda XR-V0-100.0%2613,874-32.9%3633
385Buick Excelle Yinlang0-100.0%5810,086-82.4%638
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395ChangAn Yuexiang V30-100.0%2361,005-11.5%255364
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397Zotye T6000-100.0%257800-74.7%273224
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404VW Golf Sportsvan0-100.0%310428-85.9%322290
405BYD F30-100.0%313402-91.3%328218
406Beijing Warrior0-100.0%315383-5.7%332441
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413Beijing Hyosow S20-100.0%344200129.9%358520
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415BYD e30new350178new365459
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417BYD e10new357153new375331
418Renault City K-ZE0new359142new379410
419Leopaard CS90-100.0%364127-98.7%382241
420BYD e50-100.0%372103-98.4%388180
421Kia K40-100.0%37496-95.0%390371
422Dongfeng Aeolus A600-100.0%38367-82.4%396451
423JMEV EX50-100.0%38656-83.1%401490
424Haima S70-100.0%38850-77.8%405515
425Infiniti QX500-100.0%38950-96.9%406207
426Lifan 6500-100.0%39050-96.9%407461
427Renault Kadjar0-100.0%39349-97.6%408351
428Mercedes GLA0-100.0%39546-99.4%409153
429Beijing BJ200-100.0%39739-54.1%412457
430Bisu T50-100.0%39830-97.9%414395
431GAC Trumpchi GA80-100.0%39930-86.8%415455
432Nissan NV2000-100.0%40025-96.8%419380
433JAC iEV70new40124new420388
434Ford Everest0-100.0%40621-95.8%424421
435Sitech DEV 10-100.0%40720-97.2%426409
436Venucia e300new41417new427539
437Soueast V5 Lingzhi0-100.0%41616-23.8%428541
438Leopaard Mattu0-100.0%41714-99.5%429307
439Luxgen URX0new41810new431545
440Peugeot 3010-100.0%41910-99.3%432369
441Everus VE-10new4209new434467
442Haima S50-100.0%4238-99.4%435434
443DS 70-100.0%4256-97.0%439501
444Luxgen 6 SUV0-100.0%4266-94.0%440513
445Jetour X900new4275new441312
446Venucia M50V0-100.0%4344-99.5%444436
447Acura TLX-L0-100.0%4353-98.9%447489
448Beijing BJ900n/a4372-50.0%448531
449Kia KX70-100.0%4402-86.7%449556
450Luxgen U5 SUV0-100.0%4412-90.0%450498
451Luxgen 3 Sedan0-100.0%4431-80.0%451549
452Roewe 9500-100.0%4441-98.5%452479

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  1. There ist no sense in “discussing” with people like Todor.

    The world market will recover. Only question is, this year or next year(s) ?

      1. Chinese are hyper, mega, giga disciplined. Europeans are too liberal and this will play bad joke to the economy, when everything with the virus is over. Plus Chinese live and work in a special political environment and they do what are they forced to do, while we in Europe are let with the flow. The 5 biggest economies of Europe – Germany, UK, France, Italy and Spain are most affected by the virus. Soon all of these countries will surpass China in cases and in deaths. When the situation with virus is over, European countries, European economies and European people will be to exhausted financially to start buying cars immediately in huge amounts. There will be much greater priorities for people in regard to spending money than buying cars. USA will be affected too of course, but administration of Trump has much greater resource to support the economy and right now they engaged Ford and GM to produce stuff for the current situation, while people stay at home and do not buy cars. Plus US brands do not rely only or mainly on local sales, while European brands relymainly on what they sell in Europe, except for German brands. Italian brands, French brands, Seat, Opel and Vauxhall will have huge problems to get out of the sump. Yes, Chinese brands also rely mainly on local sales, but China is 1,3-1,4 billion people market in one country, while Europe is 500 million in 50 different countries with 50 different governments and 50 different nations.

      2. I think it’s pretty useless to try and predict the future of the European car market when we don’t even know what’s happening tomorrow at the moment.
        For example, the French government announced this week that it will support Renault and PSA even if it means purchasing stakes in them temporarily so they can survive. Each European government will have a different response and the only reasonable thing we can do is take it month by month which is what I will be doing starting early April when European March data comes in (hopefully).
        The undeniable other factor is that Chinese carmakers and foreign carmakers strong in China are, somewhat paradoxically, in the strongest position right now because they are restarting their plants just as Europe and the US are stopping them. What we may see is foreign-branded cars produced in China potentially shipped to other markets if they are in a better position to do so and if Chinese volumes, which will remain relatively weak for the next couple of months, allow it.
        These are indeed very uncertain times and I for one will not be making any forecasting as long as the situation remains unforeseeable.

    1. Your ‘do not wanna spoil the surprise’ is in contrast with your saga / theory in which you outlined the inevitable future for the EU. Given the delicate (for ill elderly even life or death … ) situation, I would refrain from speculation. As such, I WILL NOT predict the relief rally that will ignite the moment this C-risis ends. Oops! 😉

    1. Interesting. Can you enlighten us as to why Europe will not? And while we’re at it (your crystal ball), what is your prediction for the US of A?

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