I didn't know you would actually complain about something other than "crapiness" of Chinese cars. I am not interested in personal assessment, I believe in NUMBERS.Real_I_Hate_China said:What's so strange about Tiggo's posting is that he refuses to talk about competitiveness of Chinese vehicles, instead prefering to debate which foreign vehicle is better, which doesn't concern Chinese auto industry in anyway what so ever.
You want competitiveness? you got the sale's number in Beijing.
This is the latest online sale's number of Beijing Yayun automobile market, one of the most important car vending centers in China's capital.
From 15th may to 21st may, 2006. The center sold a total of 598 cars last week, of which Beijing Hyundai only got 13 cars and Chery ranked 2nd by a number of 50.
China's automobile industry info board (reliable): sale's number of April 2006 in China.
GZ Honda Accord: 13,197
SH VW Passat: 10,616
Dongfeng Peugeot 307: 4,783
1st VW Bora: 4,002
BJ Hyundai NF:1,329