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GM February sales in China up 1.3 percent

SHANGHAI – General Motors and its joint ventures sold 261,072 vehicles in China during February, up 1.3 percent from the same month last year and setting a new record for the month, according to a company news release.

In February, Shanghai-GM’s domestic sales were up 2.4 percent year-on-year to 112,568 units and SAIC-GM-Wuling’s domestic sales were up 3.9 percent to 148,227 units.

Buick sales in the domestic market dropped 0.1 percent to 59,088 units. Chevrolet sales increased 2.5 percent to 47,521 units. Cadillac sales in China were a February record 5,959 units. Baojun sales in February jumped 391.6 percent to 27,542 units, led by sales of 24,502 units of the Baojun 730.

Wuling sales were down 11.9 percent from February 2014 to 120,685 units, as the shift in market demand from mini-commercial vehicles to passenger vehicles such as the Baojun 730 MPV continues.

February sales of GM models in China

Brand

Model

Sales (in units)

Buick

Excelle family

18,247

Regal

9,573

SUVs

11,087

Chevrolet

Cruze

18,520

Sail

14,371

Malibu

9,119

Cadillac

ATS

2,141

ATS-L

SRX

2,140

Wuling

Hong Guang family

70,505

Baojun

Baojun 730

24,502

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