Great Wall Sells 750,000 Vehicles in 2013, Sales Up But Growth Rate Slowing

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Great Wall sold an impressive 754,000 vehicles over the course of 2013, an increase of 21% over 2012. SUV sales accounted for 417,400 units, an increase of 48.47%, sedan sales reached 210,000 units showing a minor increase of 2% whilst pick up sales dropped by 8% to 210,000 units.

For 2014 Great Wall are aiming to boost sales to 880,000 units, a modest 14% increase over 2013′s sales figures and lower than the 21% growth posted in 2013, and much lower than the 34.31% posted in 2012.

Over the course of 2014 Great Wall are expected to continue with their expansion of the SUV range including the addition of the recently launched H8 and a new H9 which will debut later this year, both of which are set to be luxury vehicles priced in the 200,000RMB to 300,000RMB range.

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  • dragin
    January 8, 2014

    They’ve made their mark on the SUV market with a sophisticated line up, and so continue to rise. Yet there are just too many other (cheap) pickup models on the market for them to be competitive. As for their relatively new sedans, it seems they are gathering some respect.

  • Fasheng
    January 9, 2014

    From an automotive standpoint (and many others), nothing but junk comes from China. Lemons roll from the production line. Quality is poor and service is poor. If not for all the CP control, money, and support, this company – and domestic auto manufacturing – would not otherwise exist in China.

  • Ash Author
    January 9, 2014

    The sedan side of things seems to have faltered a little, they really could be promoting the range better. It seems their SUV range gets the best marketing materials and the sedans are an afterthought.

  • mike
    January 9, 2014

    what about europe? they open a factory and for two years produce only 2500 cars
    i wonder where is a profit there…

  • Mark G.
    January 10, 2014

    Still behind the best of the breed but I can see dramatic improvements in the quality of Chinese domestic brands over the past 5 years. Many are still not great looking and the power-trains are mostly still average or even imported. But at least they actually look competitive and drives okay. Now if only they can get the safety level up.

  • Sfasheng
    January 12, 2014


    you are junk

  • Alex
    February 26, 2014

    Why would they be pushing for high sales number if in 2014 China will begin restricting the # of cars. Good thing we bought our cars in the middle of 2013, before Guangzhou started restricting the number of license plates being sold. And why did they change the name to haval? Sounds like anal lol

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