Chinese pickup truck sales maintain growth streak in March
( MENAFN ) Figures from the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA) demonstrate that pickup truck sales in China kept their robust expansion momentum in March amidst the stable rebound of the Chinese economy.
The CPCA noted that an overall of 52,000 units were sold during March, a rise by 56 percent annually and recording 65 percent monthly expansion from February.
Pickup truck sales started their peak season following the Spring Festival, steered by growing demand from building ventures and firms. , The association stated that the market's March 2021 performance was relatively firm in comparison with the very period in 2018 and 2019.
Pickup trucks, which mix the features of passenger and commercial cars, have increasingly turned popular in China in recent years.
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