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SAIC Maxus Sold 6,422 Units Wide-Body Light Buses in July
Summarize：According to the latest statistics, SAIC Maxus sold 31,000 units wide-body light buses in the first half of this...
According to the latest statistics, SAIC Maxus sold 31,000 units wide-body light buses in the first half of this year, ranking the first place among all domestic brands.
In July, SAIC Maxus recorded a monthly sales volume of 6,422 units wide-body light buses, up by 11.45% month on month and maintaining its first place in the market. Its sales beat that of its rivals in Henan, Jiangsu and Tianjin as well as Jiaxing, Changzhou and other 37 cities across China. According to SAIC Maxus, its market share has reached 29.8%, fully showcasing its formidable competitiveness in the market.
Currently, SAIC Maxus boasts a wide spectrum of wide-body light buses, including fossil fueled V80, V80 PLUS, V90 and new energy powered EV90, EV80 and EV30, etc.
With a solid presence in the domestic market, SAIC Maxus’s wide-body light bus has been gaining a fast growing popularity in the global market. So far, it has made its way to Ireland, Norway, Spain, Holland, Belgium, Australia, New Zealand, America, etc. In Norway, EV90 has already had a market share of 52.3%. In Italy, EV30 has already had a market share of 35.2%. In Australia, SAIC Maxus V90 successfully beat other internationally renowned brands, including Benz and Renault, etc. Fully considering the local customer’s operation needs and requirements, SAIC Maxus wide-body light bus has many customized features to suit the varied transportation needs.
Fully committed to serving its customers, SAIC Maxus adopts customer-to-business (C2B), creating more colorful and more personalized van life for its customers. In response to the outbreak of COVID-19, it remodeled its wide-body light buses and transformed them into nucleic acid testing vehicles, test sample transportation vehicles, sanitation vehicles, negative pressure ambulances, all of which play a vital role in fighting against the infectious virus.
In recent years, SAIC Maxus has been making relentless efforts to develop wide-body light buses to meet the growing demand for business reception and urban logistic services, injecting new dynamics to the development of light buses.