SAIC-GM-Wuling sees increase in auto sales in the first half

by SpeedLux

SAIC-GM-Wuling (SGMW) has reported increased vehicle sales in the first six months of this year, the automaker said.

SGMW, a joint venture between SAIC Motor, General Motors, and Wuling Motors, sold 884,195 vehicles during the period, increasing by 39.5 percent year on year, maintaining positive year-on-year increase for 15 consecutive months.

The Wuling brand sold 693,351 units in the first half, increasing by 56.84 percent year on year, while the sales of Baojun, another vehicle brand of the company, saw 123,057 units.

Its exports saw gains of 91 percent, year on year, to 74,225 units and sets during the period, seeing six successive months of increase.

The sales of the company’s new energy vehicles (NEVs) also posted strong growth, with the overall sales of small NEVs reaching 189,644 units in the January-June period. It surpassed its total NEVs sales throughout last year.

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