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    Maxus returning to Europe

    Post by Windy on Tue Jan 01, 2013 1:47 pm


    SAIC Maxus this year exports to Europe of up to 4,000 vehicles



    SAIC Maxus brand, said last week that exports last year will deliver 1500 vehicles, while SAIC Maxus is preparing to return to the European market, plans to export this year will be at least doubled to 3,500 to 4,000 vehicles.

    According to reports, the high-end products in the wide-body light passenger vehicle, uses more towards business reception, their limited market capacity, is a niche market models. Reach established goals in China at the same time, SAIC Chase also achieved export target of 1500 this year, as is now in Oceania, the Americas, Asia and Africa, dealers in about 15 countries.

    Source: http://www.kaixian.tv/roll/n3260131c9.shtml




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    Re: Maxus returning to Europe

    Post by patpending on Thu Jan 03, 2013 9:32 am

    SAIC Maxus is preparing to return to the European market,then? Maxus's key European market was surely the UK. We know that RHD vans are made in China for Oz. Must be a lot of homologation work to do.
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    Post by Windy on Thu Jan 03, 2013 9:44 am

    patpending wrote:SAIC Maxus is preparing to return to the European market,then? Maxus's key European market was surely the UK. We know that RHD vans are made in China for Oz. Must be a lot of homologation work to do.
    If they can be sold in Oz with its rather strict rules then not too much work will be required for the UK! It is a van rather than a car and they already passed the European crash tests to give them a big marketing advantage in China.
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    Post by patpending on Thu Jan 10, 2013 9:10 am

    Here's a competition idea for Maxus - the Rally Dakar...

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    Re: Maxus returning to Europe

    Post by Windy on Thu Mar 21, 2013 3:35 am


    SAIC commercial vehicles landing in Europe by the end of year



    Abstract: urged own cars to overseas markets, while SAIC commercial vehicles going out is also accelerating the pace. Director of Shanghai Commercial Vehicles Limited (SAIC commercial vehicles), general manager of Blue Pine revealed, SAIC Maxus light commercial vehicles, fastest will be landing at the end of this year in the United Kingdom, Spain and other European mainstream markets.


    Urge independent car to overseas markets, while also accelerating the pace of SAIC commercial vehicles going out. Director of Shanghai Commercial Vehicles Limited (SAIC commercial vehicles), general manager of Blue pine revealed, SAIC Maxus light commercial vehicles fastest will be landing at the end of the year in United Kingdom, Spain and other European mainstream market.

    SAIC commercial vehicle latecomer to the field of commercial vehicles, it was established on the basis of SAIC's 2009 acquisition of British commercial vehicle manufacturer LDV operational only two years time. Its subsidiary brands Maxus, the main high-end light commercial vehicles. 2012, 6000 SAIC Maxus vehicle sales. This year, SAIC Maxus's goal is to seize the market share of 8%, new sales of over 10,000 vehicles and to double the sales in overseas markets.

    Due to fluctuations in the economy, the high-end light bus market in recent years, the growth rate is lower than generally expected annual average by only 2% to 3%, and the overall growth of the automotive industry is not yet. However, with the increase in demand for school bus construction and urbanization accelerated, long-term prospects of the market segments are optimistic about the industry, JAC, Yutong, Golden Dragon, the Yellow Sea and the mainstream commercial enterprises have to enter this field.

    In opening up overseas markets, SAIC Maxus has won the Australian ADR certification, EU ECE certification, the six Gulf countries GSO certification recognized international standard certification, and achieved a "pass" to participate fully in the international market competition. Last year, it developed 12 overseas countries and regions, to go overseas this year, the pace will accelerate.

    Blue Pine disclosed: fastest the end of this year, SAIC Maxus expected small quantities to enter the European market. The LDV market overseas, the United Kingdom, Spain, dealers have been waiting for us.".
    Source: http://www.mei.gov.cn/news/2013/03/485284.html
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    Re: Maxus returning to Europe

    Post by patpending on Thu Mar 21, 2013 12:01 pm

    SPAIN????

    They were expecting MG6 in 2009, but since then it's all gone quiet and now first exports are expected to Benelux and Scandinavia(?)

    Is there a history of Maxus there?

    Alternatively, they could sell RHD ones into another booming EU economy - Cyprus... Wink

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