GWM saw sales of 65,600 vehicles in June

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According to the production and sales news lately released by GWM, 65583 vehicles were sold in June, with a rise of 29.03% over the same period of last year, and 450252 vehicles were sold accumulatively in the first half of this year with 8.41% year-on-year growth, thus realizing steady sales growth during the slack season.

On the fiercely competitive SUV market, HAVAL SUV still takes an absolute leading place, achieving sales of 57547 vehicles in June, an increase up to 35.37% year on year, and realizing accumulated sales of 378718 vehicles in the first half of this year.

As for specific models, HAVAL H6 maintains strong sales of 37547 vehicles in June, an impressive increase of 60.06% year on year, and achieves accumulated sales of 240253 vehicles in the first half of this year with 39.68% year-on-year growth. HAVAL H2 continues to sell well, with 10089 vehicles sold this month and 72334 vehicles the first half of this year, a record kept for 21 months for selling more than 10,000 vehicles monthly.


Known as “a new growth point” in the automobile industry, HAVAL H7 makes steady progress in sales, with 3594 vehicles sold in June, a 13.20% month-on-month growth, and achieves accumulated sales of 8059 vehicles since its launch at Beijing Auto Show. As demand exceeds supply on the end user market, HAVAL H7 will see very considerable sales as the production capacity improves.

Meanwhile, GWM maintains stable performance on pickup and passenger car markets, with 6864 Wingle pickups sold in June, a 10.91% year-on-year growth, and 1172 passenger cars sold in June. Totally 52450 pickups and 19083 passenger cars were sold in the first half of this year.


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