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Chinese cars are already selling better in Russia than Nissan, Renault and Volkswagen. Chery Tiggo 4 and Tiggo 7 Pro battle for the title of the best-selling Chinese car of 2021


Resource “Chinese Cars” published the top ten best-selling Chinese cars in Russia in November and in the first eleven months of this year.

The Haval Jolion crossover set a new record for Chinese cars in November: 2,340 cars were sold. V last month, the previous record was set at 1,795 carswhich belonged to Chery Tiggo 7 Pro.

In November, Chery Tiggo 7 Pro showed half the result – 831 cars – and took only sixth place at the end of the month. Moreover, Chery Tiggo 7 Pro lost the title of the best-selling Chinese car of the year to Chery Tiggo 4 in 11 months.

Haval Jolion and Chery Tiggo 4 entered the top 25 best-selling cars in Russia in November, ranking fifth and sixth in the crossover ranking, becoming more successful than Nissan Qashqai and X-Trail, Renault Kaptur and Arkana, and Volkswagen Tiguan.

Chinese cars are already selling better in Russia than Nissan, Renault and Volkswagen.  Chery Tiggo 4 and Tiggo 7 Pro battle for the title of the best-selling Chinese car of 2021
Sales in November 2021

Geely Coolray took the third place in November, and by the results of 11 months the car took the fourth position. The Haval F7 and F7x were in fourth and fifth places respectively last month, and if you look at sales since the beginning of the year, they are in third and fifth places, respectively.

Chinese cars are already selling better in Russia than Nissan, Renault and Volkswagen.  Chery Tiggo 4 and Tiggo 7 Pro battle for the title of the best-selling Chinese car of 2021
11M Sales 2021

It is already clear that it is Chery Tiggo 4 and Tiggo 7 Pro that will fight for the title of the best-selling Chinese car in Russia for the entire calendar year.

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