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Mercedes-Benz leaves others in the dust in H1 2017 China premium brand end-user sales

According to data from CBU Analytics, the premium brand passenger vehicles (cars, SUVs and MPVs) accounted for 9.13 percent of the total PV registration volume in 2012, up from 7.85 percent in 2011, but stayed at around 9 percent for the next few years. Due to the sales slump of

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Ouch! Audi feels the pain in China as it gambles on two-partner strategy gain

Tumbling sales, unhappy and hostile Chinese dealers, a Chinese map gaffe and agitated senior executives. Just about anything that can go wrong is going wrong all of a sudden for Audi in China, where it has enjoyed being the market leader in luxury vehicles ever since it entered the country

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China’s luxury vehicle market to see huge shuffle in 2017 as competition gets white hot

According to data from CBU Analytics, China registered 2.18 million premium brand passenger vehicles in 2016, up 15.61 percent, accounting for 9.06 percent of total passenger vehicle registration volume in the year. Nearly two-thirds of the premium brand vehicles registered were locally produced. In December, premium brand passenger vehicle registration

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Market heats up with blockbuster models as September rolls around

It’s only early September but the market has already witnessed the launch of several blockbuster models in the run up to the so-called “Golden September Silver October” season when sales significantly pick up pace from the weak summer months. Within the last 10 days of August, three models made their

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Denza EV to go on sale in September as “safest EV in China”

  BEIJING – The Denza all-electric vehicle, produced by Shenzhen BYD Daimler New Technology Co., Ltd. (BDNT), will hit the market in September at a starting price of ¥369,000 ($69,492) before subsidies. BYD and Daimler, which formed BDNT four years ago as the first Sino-German joint venture dedicated to an

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China’s NEV market to take off in the next three years, say panelists at roundtable

China’s new energy vehicle (NEV) market will take off over the next three years, predicted several panelists at a roundtable dialogue held in Beijing on December 11. The roundtable, organized by d1ev.com, a Chinese Internet portal focused on NEVs, was held at Tesla Motors’ first China showroom. The dialogue centered

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