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Tuesday, October 11, 2016

General Motors Delivers Record Number Of Vehicles In China

The Chinese car market continues to grow for General Motors and its local joint ventures, with confirmation of record deliveries for the automaker through the month of September.

Last month, GM's Cadillac, Buick and Chevrolet brands as well as its local joint ventures Baojun and Wuling, delivered a record 343,773 vehicles across the nation, 16 per cent more than the same month in 2015.

Cadillac enjoyed the biggest growth of all, shifting 12,539 units, a massive 63 per cent increase year over year. It was also the third consecutive month that Cadillac posted a sales increase in excess of 50 per cent in China.

In the Buick camp, deliveries soared by 23 per cent to 108,325 units, a figure helped largely by the strong selling Excelle GT. The Envision SUV is also proving popular in China and in September, deliveries increased by 70 per cent to 18,518 units.

For Chevrolet, it sold 51,932 vehicles, a respectable number but just a 2.6 per cent gain over last year. Following next month's local introduction of the Equinox, sales can be expected to increase further.

As for GM's local ventures, Baojun and Wuling delivered 62,719 and 108,225 vehicles respectively.
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