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Changan sells less vehicles in May

Mary From Gasgoo| June 09 , 2021 14:56 BJT

Beijing (Gasgoo)- Chongqing Changan Automobile sold less vehicles in May than April (202,280) and the year-on-year sales growth rate declined from 26.78% in April to 6.01%.

Changan sells less vehicles in May

Changan CS75; photo credit: Changan

Among those vehicles sold last month, sales of the group’s Chinese brands totaled 146,125 units, up 16.4% from a year ago. Its Chinese brands’ passenger vehicle sales jumped 32.6% year on year to 96,514 units.

Thanks to its outstanding sales performance in the first four months, its cumulative sales of the first five months exceeded 1 million units, surging 61.4% compared with the same period of last year. By the end of May, 2021, Chinese brands under the automaker has more than 20 million users.

Changan sells less vehicles in May

In May, only Chongqing Changan and Hefei Changan had monthly sales growth while the other subsidiaries sold less vehicles than the same period of last year. Its two joint ventures, Changan Ford and Changan Mazda, both saw sales decline last month. Monthly sales of Changan Oshan stood at 16,808 vehicles.

Besides, Changan Automobile sold 11,314 vehicles in overseas markets. And the group’s monthly new energy vehicle sales were almost 9,796 units.

Two models from the group saw monthly sales surpass 10,000 units. One is the CS75 (23,047 vehicles sold) and the other one is the EADO (13,172 vehicles sold). Respective sales of the UNI-K and the UNI-T were 5,093 and 6,408 units in May.

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