图说车市 | 2017年上半年乘用车终端销量同比下降2.75%
2017-08-09 20:15 来源:中国汽车要闻CBU 销量 /长安 /乘用车
原标题：图说车市 | 2017年上半年乘用车终端销量同比下降2.75%
China passenger vehicle end user sales in H1 2017 down 2.75%
According to data from CBU Analytics, China’s registration volume of passenger cars, MPVs and SUVs in H1 2017 reached 10.09 million units, down 2.75 percent year-on-year. Passenger vehicles with engine displacement of 1.6L and below took up 63.79 percent of the total PV registration volume in H1. Meanwhile, wholesale volumes were 8.36 percent more than registration volume in H1 2017, which meant inventory problem was the most serious since 2012.
In H1 2017, except the Chinese, Japanese, British and Volvo brands, all other brands saw negative growth. Chinese brand passenger vehicle end-user sales increased 2.42 percent, with SUVs taking up 57.88 percent of the volume. Japanese brands increased 6.77 percent, British brands increased 33.49 percent driven by SUVs while Swedish brand Volvo increased 15.90 percent. However, Korean brands suffered a sales drop of 36.97 percent and French brands saw sales decrease 31.04 percent.
In H1 2017, the top 10 Chinese groups by passenger vehicle end-user sales were SAIC, Dongfeng, FAW, Chang’an, GAC, BAIC, Geely, Great Wall, Brilliance and Chery. Their combined sales reached 9.09 million units, down 2.90 percent, accounting for 90.08 percent of the total PV registration volume. Driven by its namesake brand, Geely Group sales surged 69.93 percent. Driven by the Trumpchi and Jeep’s locally-produced SUVs, GAC Group increased 15.53 percent, while Brilliance Group increased sales 9.85 percent powered by BMW’s locally-produced models. Great Wall increased 2.60 percent. However, end-user sales of other groups saw negative growth. Chang’an Group sales decreased 17.46 percent, with all brands’ sales dropping. BAIC Group sales decreased 13.85 percent, with locally-produced Hyundai models dropping 35.37 percent but locally-produced Mercedes-Benz models increasing 39.05 percent.
In H1 2017, the top 10 passenger vehicle brands in end-user sales were Volkswagen, Honda, Toyota, Buick, Geely, Nissan, Chang'an, Baojun, Haval and Ford. Their combined sales reached 5.33 million units, up 2.31 percent, accounting for 52.85 percent of the total PV registration volume. Geely brand reached 454,565 units, up 74.90 percent. SGMW’s Baojun reached 388,602 units, up 34.31 percent. Haval reached 366,940 units, up 11.03 percent. However, Volkswagen brand sales were down 8.71 percent, Buick down 11.80 percent, Chang’an down 11.08 percent and Ford down 17.79 percent.