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SAIC Maxus’s Export Volume Exceeded 190,000 Units

2022-10-17    Source:www.chinabuses.org
Summarize:According to SAIC Maxus, its export volume in the first three quarters this year exceeded 60,000 units In South

According to SAIC Maxus, its export volume in the first three quarters this year exceeded 60,000 units. In South America and Australia & New Zealand markets, the sales volume both exceeded 13,000 units. In the Middle East, the retail sales volume jumped by 300% year on year and retail sales volume in the Europe nearly doubled in the same period.

So far, SAIC Maxus has established its presence in 73 countries and regions across the world with its total sales volume in the overseas market exceeding 190,000 units. In Australia, New Zealand, UK and other developed countries, light buses, pickups, MPVs and SUVs made by SAIC Maxus can be easily seen on the streets.

In September, SAIC Maxus brought its electric MPV MIFA 9, electric pickup T90 EV, electric MPV, EV30, EV90 on display at IAA Commercial Vehicle at Hanover, Germany. Soon, they are expected to arrive in Switzerland, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Poland for operation.

Recently, Austrian Post placed an order of 300 units EV30 on SAIC Maxus. In addition, 150 units SAIC Maxus vehicles were delivered to Belgium and Italy for operation. In northern Europe, MIFA 5 and MIFA 6 have been the most popular passenger vehicles. According to SAIC Maxus, its total sales volume in Europe has exceeded 30,000 units.

At Chile, the star racer Francisco Lopez has bought T60 and MIFA 6 made by SAIC Maxus. At Chile Rally, SAIC Maxus T90 EV and MIFA 6 participated in the competition. Currently, SAIC Maxus EV30 has become the star vehicle and has become the carrier for DHL, Chile Post, etc. In August this year, SAIC Maxus recorded a market share of 83.3% in Chilean electric vehicle market. In the pickup market in Chile, the company also ranks the first place with a market share of 18%.

In Australia, SAIC Maxus V90 beat all other rivals in sales in the first eight months this year. Its G10 and G10 PLUS have a market share of 13.54% in Australian light commercial vehicle market. In New Zealand, SAIC Maxus Carson trucks hold a market share of 23.8%, ranking the first place in the country. At Motor Home Show held recently, SAIC Maxus recreational vehicle officially made its debut in New Zealand.


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