Shanghai (Gasgoo)- Great Wall Motor reported a year-on-year (YoY) drop of 15.01% in sales with 86,723 vehicles delivered in September. For the first nine months, the automaker saw its year-to-date (YTD) sales fall 4.09% from a year earlier to 676,668 units with 58.33% of sales target (1.16 million units) completed so far.
Last month, its SUV deliveries totaled 72,206 units, jumping 35.98% month on month (MoM), while declining 19.56% YoY. The Haval SUV brand delivered 61,610 vehicles with a MoM leap of 43.53%. The sales of the hottest seller Haval H6 jumped to 35,499 units from 26,697 units in August, while compared with the same period a year ago, it still faced a decrease of 21.39%.
In addition, WEY sales reached 10,596 units, maintaining the growing momentum from the 10,174 units in August. The WEY VV6 intelligent SUV, hitting the market in late August, had a sales volume of 3,002 units last month, thus somewhat counteracted the MoM decline from the VV7 and VV5. The WEY P8 plug-in hybrid SUV, with 415 units sold in September, remained steady in monthly sales.
The pickup sales climbed 17.88% over the year-over period to 13,340 units. By the end of September, there were 97,826 units of the Wingle pickup delivered so far this year thanks to its favorable amenities and reasonable prices.
As to sedan sales performance, the sales of Great Wall C30 plunged 50.63% from a year ago to 470 units in September. The ORA iQ, the first model under the NEV brand ORA launched on August 20, gained sales of 707 units last month.
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