Chery and Geely, China's two domestic automakers, broke into top three and five in passenger car sales in January and February this year, according to statistics from Department of Machinery & Electronic Products of Ministry of Commerce.
Chery sold 41,641 vehicles in January and February, a 111.5-percent jump from the same period a year ago. Geely sold 35,508 vehicles, an increase of 120.8 percent from a year ago.
The rest of the top five are Shanghai GM, Shanghai VW and Beijing Drive Your Way.
Statistics show China produced 1.051 million vehicles in January and February, of which 769,000 are passenger cars and 282,000 are commercial cars, up 42.3% from a year ago.
In January and February, China sold 1.012 million vehicles including 764,000 passenger cars and 248,000 million commercial cars, a rise of 47.8% compared with 2005.
By People's Daily Online