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Top 10 nameplates account for one-fifth of China PV registration through November 2014 [2015-01-29]

BEIJING – The top 10 nameplates accounted for a fifth of China’s total passenger vehicle (passenger car, SUV and MPV) registrations (excluding imports) in the first 11 months of 2014, according to data compiled by CBU Analytics.

Guangdong accounts for 19% of Japanese brand PV registration through November 2014 [2015-01-28]

BEIJING – Guangdong Province accounted for 19 percent of Japanese brand passenger vehicle (passenger car, SUV and MPV) registrations in the first 11 months of 2014, according to data compiled by CBU Analytics.

Guangdong leads provincial PV registration through November 2014 [2015-01-27]

BEIJING – Guangdong squeezed by Shandong as the Province with the most passenger vehicle (passenger car, SUV and MPV) registrations in the first 11 months of 2014, according to data compiled by CBU Analytics.

Heavy-duty vehicle sales down 19 percent in November [2015-01-26]

BEIJING – China’s heavy-duty vehicle sales in November registered 54,000 units, down 19 percent on a yearly basis, and up 5 percent month-on-month with no major heavy-duty vehicle manufacturer posting growth, according to cvworld.

Qoros 3 registrations total nearly 4,300 units through November 2014 [2015-01-22]

BEIJING – A total of 4,287 Qoros 3s (including Sedan, Hatch and City SUV) produced by Qoros Automotive Co., Ltd.

China luxury vehicle registration up 21.35 percent through November 2014 [2015-01-20]

BEIJING – China’s luxury vehicle registration (end-user sales, including both locally-made and imported models) in the first 11 months of 2014 reached 1,532,956 units, up 21.

IHS Automotive forecasts China PV sales to rise 7.89 percent next year [2015-01-16]

IHS Automotive, a business division of a global consultancy IHS, forecasts China PV sales will rise 7.

China automobile sales up 12.93 percent in December 2014 [2015-01-15]

BEIJING – China’s automobile sales rose 12.93 percent in December 2014 on a yearly basis to 2.

China's automobile sales up 2.3 percent in November [2014-12-12]

BEIJING – China’s automobile sales in November rose 2.3 percent on a yearly basis to more than 2.

Heavy-duty truck sales drop 17 percent in October [2014-11-24]

BEIJING – China’s heavy-duty truck sales dropped 17 percent on a yearly basis to 50,000 units in October and declined 8 percent month-on-month, according to statistics provided by truck manufacturers, reported cvworld.

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