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MG in Top 10 for second month in a row as Chinese car sales continue to surge
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7th Apr 2021
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MG in Top 10 for second month in a row as Chinese car sales continue to surge

Sales of Chinese cars in Australia have overtaken those from Germany and the USA for the first three months of this year – led by MG which made it into the Top 10 for the second month in row and ahead of fellow brands LDV and Great Wall Motors which made it into the Top 20. It is the first time in our automotive history that China has been the fourth-biggest source of motor vehicles after Japan, Thailand and South Korea in a quarterly-year tally.
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Joshua Dowling
2021 Haval Jolion to replace H2 as the company's entry-level SUV
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8th Mar 2021
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2021 Haval Jolion to replace H2 as the company's entry-level SUV

The 2021 Haval Jolion is set to replace the current H2 in the range, government documents have revealed. Like the H2, the new Haval SUV will be powered by a 1.5-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine – though data released on the Department of Infrastructure's Road Vehicle Certification System shows the model will be down on power versus its predecessor, being listed with 105kW, compared with the H2's 110kW. Overseas models are being offered with 116kW.
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Ben Zachariah
2021 Haval H6 due in Australia by July – UPDATE
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3rd Mar 2021
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2021 Haval H6 due in Australia by July – UPDATE

UPDATE, 3 March 2021: The 2021 Haval H6 will go on sale in Australia in the second quarter of 2021, the brand has confirmed. While full pricing and specification details will be announced closer to launch, Haval has confirmed available technologies will include wireless phone charging, a digital instrument cluster, 360-degree camera, heated steering wheel and automatic parking.
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Alex Misoyannis
Chinese cars buck the sales trend, up 36 per cent
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9th Jun 2020
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Chinese cars buck the sales trend, up 36 per cent

Chinese car makers continue to defy the downward trend in Australia’s new-car market, with latest figures from the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries showing a 36 per cent increase in the first five months of this year versus the same period in 2019. That’s bucking the current trend where new car sales have taken a hammering thanks to the coronavirus pandemic and the resulting recession.
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Rob Margeit
VFACTS: Chinese brands continue to rise
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5th Aug 2019
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VFACTS: Chinese brands continue to rise

Despite the continued decline in overall new car sales, brands from China are posting triple-digit growth – namely Haval and MG. For the month of July the overall market slid 2.8 per cent, with the year-to-date figure 7.7 per cent down on the first seven months of 2018. However, SUV specialist Haval recorded a 164.2 per cent increase on July 2018 (albeit off a low base) to 140 registrations, while its YTD tally of 783 vehicles is up 155 per cent on the same period last year.
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James Wong