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Guangdong's BYD F3 is China's top s-ell-ing car! [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2010-7-6 13:31:27 |Display all floors
The reasons, (1) TOYOTA COROLLA copy platform! (2) Rmb 60,000 per unit, (3) 15km/litre fuel consumption!

500,000 units s-old in 2009!
In 2010, 17 million units is expected to be sold!
Under US$10,000 cars, mostly domestic made - 80%!
As expected!

wow!

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Post time 2010-7-6 13:52:44 |Display all floors

Toyota look alike, Toyota marques, Hyundai marques......

......VW, Daewoo-Buick, Chery are the most saleable!

Very interesting, it's the fuel consumption pattern + cost that defines the purchase!
20,000km/15 = 1,300 litre a year consumption create the sales!
That makes Rmb 7,500 limit for gasoline, a big consideration!
Next is "Style","Price", "Brand", "Quality" seems to be the preference!

hmmmmm


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Post time 2010-7-7 11:59:36 |Display all floors

Yesterday, had a talk with an Indian Spook!

Pretty fun sharing of information with the Bengali fellow!

Let's compare the most popular auto model in USA and China = the Ford F-150 Vs. BYD F3 car!
The price difference is interesting, only US$ 30,000 Vs Rmb 60,000
Sales volume 300,000 units plus Vs 500,000 units plus!

Fuel efficiency   8 km/l  Vs 15 km/l

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Chery QQ car is still the most popular small car in China!

Wow!

400,000 units of Chery QQ sold in 2009!
Price: Rmb28,000 per unit.

and the new possible contender, FAW, Tianjin Xiali!
Overtook Chery QQ sales in January 2010!

Exciting!

Wow!


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China is a very competitive automobile manufacturer!

The prices just keep falling in China!
Even i get confused sometimes!

But at those prices, A VIOS, a car sold in Malaya, below the Atlis class (Corolla) is priced at Rmb180,000 in comparison! A similar class, the Proton Persona is sold at Rmb 90,000!

Does not take a rocket scientist to PREDICT China as the next AUTOMOBILE EXPORT POWERHOUSE!


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Post time 2010-7-12 12:03:32 |Display all floors

The Shenzhen drug - The Consumer society!

The "dream" of the working classes!

A Car, Home ownership, Affordable Nutritious Food, Quality Cloths, Home Appliances!
This is all coming true - From the "imagery of Uncle Mao dreams"......

and the DRUG that makes it work, SHENZHEN entry level wages push!
Rmb24,000 annual salaries!
This makes a "Nuclear family" - Working Parents - have Rmb48,000 income!

Homes costing Rmb300,000, Cars costing Rmb30,000, Fuel cost Rmb5,500/year, affordable food, clothes.
Government subsidized health, education!

Wow!

The same driver for power that the POLITICIAN GUILD uses OVER and OVER again everywhere in the globe!

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Post time 2010-7-13 12:28:55 |Display all floors

Reply #7 totothedog's post

Yup but it can "eat up" the Electricity generation capacity in China!

Better to "control" by using FUEL PRICING, than let the WONG, CHAN & CHEONG eat up the "crucial" electricity capacity on "less efficient" form of transport! Besides, we worry about BATTERY poisoning, lack of material to make batteries - handphone batteries is small matter, not heavy AUTOMOBILES!


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