China Car Sales Continue to Climb Through November

The China Association of Automobile Manufacturers says sedan sales jumped 24.3% to 4.2 million units, while SUV sales spiked 55.7% to 319,300.

Alan Harman, Correspondent

December 13, 2007

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China’s new- car sales soared 22.8% in the year’s first 11 months to 5.7 million units compared with year-ago.

The China Association of Automobile Manufacturers says sedan sales jumped 24.3% to 4.2 million units. Multipurpose-vehicle deliveries climbed 21.1% to 203,700, while SUV sales spiked 55.7% to 319,300.

November passenger-cars deliveries grew 16.7%, compared with the previous year to 583,200 units and included 437,400 sedans.

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