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Chinese car brands MG, LDV, GWM Haval continue to set sales records
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5th May 2021
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Chinese car brands MG, LDV, GWM Haval continue to set sales records

Chinese cars continue to rocket up the new-car sales charts Australia, overtaking sales from Germany and the USA for the first four months this year. It is the first time in Australian automotive history cars from China have outsold those from Germany and the USA for such an extended period.
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Joshua Dowling
Chinese brands MG, LDV, Haval and Great Wall post record sales
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18th Dec 2020
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Chinese brands MG, LDV, Haval and Great Wall post record sales

Australians are buying more cars made in China in 2020 than any other time in our automotive history. Official sales figures compiled by the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industry (FCAI) show Chinese brands LDV, Haval, MG and Great Wall sold a record number of new vehicles up to the end of November 2020, despite a shrinking car market due primarily to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
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Alex Misoyannis
Haval design boss: Doubt Chinese cars at your peril
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23rd Apr 2019
2 min read

Haval design boss: Doubt Chinese cars at your peril

For a long time, China has been an easy target for automotive enthusiasts. Silly names, copycat designs and laughable crash test results showed how far the Middle Kingdom's automotive industry languished behind its Asian neighbours, not to mention Europe.
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Scott Collie
Great Wall ute pricing puts Ssangyong in the firing line
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18th Apr 2019
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Great Wall ute pricing puts Ssangyong in the firing line

Great Wall is talking a big game with its new ute, boldly claiming it'll sit with the Toyota HiLux and Ford Ranger as a top-three selling mid-sized ute globally, but its pricing Down Under will be a closer match for the Ssangyong Musso. The mid-range 'Passenger' version of the as-yet unnamed ute will be priced at around $35,000 with an automatic transmission, diesel, and four-wheel drive according to Haval Australia managing director, Koma Li.
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Scott Collie