GM Hits Record Marks for November Sales in China
General Motors and its joint ventures in China put forth its best November ever last month, growing sales 14% year-over-year with a total of 346,671 vehicles delivered. SUV sales in particular drove this growth, with sales skyrocketing 231% year-over-year thanks to the Buick Envision and Baojun 560.
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“The market has been improving in the past two months,” said GM Executive Vice President and GM China President Matt Tsien. “We are well positioned to achieve a strong finish to the year backed by newly launched models, including the Chevrolet LOVA RV, Buick Verano Hatchback, and Buick Verano GS.”
Buick sales were up 45% at a total of 107,925 units sold, an all-time November record. Verano sales were up 60% month-over-month, and the Excelle GT and Envision continued to carry their share of the load.
Baojun sales were also good for a November record with 58,051 units sold, up 110%. Chevy sales and Wuling sales both declined double digits, totaling 51,192 units and 121,451 units, respectively.
To date, GM and its joint ventures have amassed a total of 3,166,791 retail sales in China, up 4.1% year-over-year.
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