Great Wall Motor’s Feb. 2023 auto sales dip 3.65% YoY
Shanghai (Gasgoo)- Great Wall Motor (“GWM”) announced on Thursday its sales reached 68,209 vehicles in Feb. 2023, edging down 3.65% from a year earlier.
Among brands, the SUV-dedicated HAVAL still outsold others last month, but faced a 6.74% year-on-year decline.
HAVAL Second-generation Big Dog; photo credit: HAVAL
In late Feb., HAVAL put the second-generation Big Dog onto the market. Coming with six trim levels (including two PHEVs and four oil-fueled versions), the new SUV model is priced between 135,800 yuan ($19,500) and 175,800 yuan ($25,250).
Great Wall Pick-up was the only one to achieve an upward movement in its Feb. sales, which came in at 17,156 units.
For the first two months of this year, GWM’s cumulative sales amounted to 129,728 vehicles, sliding 28.94% from the previous year, which is 16.02 percentage points fewer than the decrease in Jan. sales.
Great Wall Pick-up was still the sole brand to win a year-on-year growth in year-to-date sales, while others all faced a two-digit dip.
In Feb. 2023, GWM sold 8,340 new energy vehicles (NEVs), resulting in a Jan.-Feb. NEV sales volume of 14,653 units.
In addition, the automaker said its monthly overseas market sales stood at 13,684 vehicles in Feb., which raised the year-to-date volume to 29,682 units.
Gasgoo not only offers timely news and profound insight about China auto industry, but also help with business connection and expansion for suppliers and purchasers via multiple channels and methods. Buyer service:email@example.comSeller Service:firstname.lastname@example.org