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China’s premium car market in 2017: Sales top 2.57 million units, some dealers earn more than £¤100 million

Who was the winner? It depends In December 2017, 12 premium car brands sold 247,375 vehicles in China, up 23.4 percent year-on-year and 4 percent more than the previous month. Total sales for 2017 were 2,574,689 units, up 18.4 percent. In 2018, the premium car market is expected to continue

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Vehicle owners in China care most for exterior and interior, says J.D. Power

SHANGHAI –Vehicle owners in China care most for vehicle exterior and interior, which accounted for 18 and 15 percent respectively of all reported problems, according to the J.D. Power 2017 China Vehicle Dependability StudySM (VDS) released on September 20. The study shows that the top three problems in vehicle exterior

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Jaguar Land Rover opens engine plant in China

CHANGSHU, Jiangsu – Jaguar Land Rover opened its Chinese engine plant here on July 21 as part of its ¥10.9 billion joint venture with Chery. The state-of-the-art facility is British carmaker’s only engine plant outside Britain and will manufacture the all-new Ingenium 2.0L four-cylinder petrol engine for future Chery Jaguar

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Can the more expensive All-New Discovery attract more Chinese consumers with its emotion?

Land Rover launched its All-New Discovery in China on March 2. The 5th generation of the model is given high expectations. At a starting price of ¥798,000 ($116,000) for the 3.0L S version all the way up to ¥1,108,000 for the Limited Launch Edition, the All-New Discovery is more expensive

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China factor in Paris

No Chinese automaker exhibited at this year’s Paris Motor Show (in fact none had ever done so at the biennial show). But many of the concepts and new models that made their global debuts at the show, which had a heavy European flavor and was home court advantage for the

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ABB+J? Jaguar XFL has steep climb ahead

The new Jaguar XFL, the first ever “Jag” produced in China, was launched to the market on August 29 with eight variants available at a price range of ¥388,000- ¥688,000 ($59,692-$105,846). The model clearly wants to break the “monopolistic” trio of Audi A6L, BMW 5 Series and the just launched

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Chery looks to the future with new concept, brand vision and international team

BEIJING – The biggest highlight of Chery Night held on April 20 here prior to the start of Auto China 2016 was not the Future Vision 2030 (FV2030) concept, but rather the fact that the entire event was almost entirely presented in English by expatriate executives. Pretty unusual for a

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