General Motors and its joint ventures recorded 270,529 new vehicle deliveries in China in July 2016, an increase of 18 percent from July 2015.
“GM and our joint ventures managed to top 2 million deliveries in record time, as sales remained strong across many segments,” said GM Executive Vice President and GM China President Matt Tsien.
Shanghai GM Sales – July 2016
Shanghai GM — GM’s primary Chinese joint venture responsible for Chevrolet, Buick, and Cadillac vehicle sales in the country — reported an increase in Cadillac and Buick sales, but a decrease in Chevrolet sales.
Chevrolet China Sales – July 2016
Chevrolet sales decreased 15 percent year-over-year to 30,287 units in July.
In July, the Chinese-market Cruze (which is different from the all-new global model introduced last month) posted sales of more than 14,000 units in July in the domestic market.
Buick China Sales – July 2016
Cadillac China Sales – July 2016
Cadillac sales jumped an astounding 90 percent year-over-year to 8,757 units.
SAIC-GM-Wuling Sales – July 2016
Sales results at GM’s other Chinese joint venture — SAIC-GM-Wuling — were as follows:
Baojun China Sales – July 2016
Wuling China Sales – July 2016
Wuling deliveries increased 6 percent to 97,728 units year-over-year. The results represent the second consecutive month of sales growth for the brand despite the challenging market environment of the mini-commercial vehicle segment.
About The Figures
Starting with April 2015 sales results, GM began reporting retail sales rather than wholesales in China. All numbers above represent retail sales.