Chery Export Sales Exceed 200000 Breaking Record for Chinese Brands. Recently, Chery Group released its latest sales data. Against the complicated environments such as the changes in the pandemic situation and global chip shortages in the car industry.
Chery continued to maintain the fastest growth rate in China’s automotive industry, achieving cumulative sales of 739,730 vehicles from January to October, up 44.3% year over year.
As for exports, in October, Chery exported more than 20,000 vehicles for the sixth time this year with total sales of 25,049 vehicles, an increase of 92.7% year-over-year. From January to October, the cumulative sales volume was 212,959 vehicles, up 145.7% year-over-year. While setting a new historical record, Chery firmly maintained its leading position in export among all Chinese passenger vehicles.
In the Russian market, which Chery has been cultivating for 16 years, Chery has always been the “people’s vehicle” in the eyes of local people. According to the data released by AEB (Association of European Business), Chery’s cumulative sales from January to October increased by 266% year-over-year, ranking first among all automobile brands, and Tiggo 7 became the most popular Chinese SUV model in Russia in October.
In Chile, according to the data released by ANAC (Asociación Nacional Automotive Riz de Chile A.G.), Chery ranked fourth among all automobile brands in October, surpassing brands such as Toyota, Kia, and Volkswagen, with year-over-year growth of 101.4% and a market share of 6.3%. In the SUV market segment, the sales market share reached 15.3% in October, ranking first for ten consecutive months, and Tiggo 2 series became the best-selling SUV model.
According to the data released by Fenabrave (National Federation of Automotive Vehicles Distribution) of Brazil, Chery’s sales in October increased by 127% year-over-year, surpassing Nissan to take ninth place in passenger vehicle sales, ranking among the top ten in sales for six consecutive months and reaching a record-breaking market share of 3.97%. In the SUV market segment, Tiggo 8, Tiggo 3X (Tiggo 2 Pro in other markets), and other models continued to sell well.
The cumulative sales exceeding 200,000 in the first ten months not only meant that Chery completed the annual export target of 200,000 vehicles ahead of schedule, but also made Chery the first Chinese passenger vehicle manufacturer to export more than 200,000 vehicles annually. Chery, which has been “sailing abroad” for 20 years, has become a business card for Chinese automobile brands to go global. Up to now, Chery has accumulated 9.8 million global users, including 1.9 million overseas users. Chery is about to turn over a new leaf.