According to China’s General Administration of Customs, auto exports from the country dropped 2.8% from 2013 to 897,000 units last year. In terms of value, however, sales overseas increased 4.6% to 12.53 billion US dollars. The average vehicle exported sold for 13,967 US dollars, 7.7% higher than in 2013.
Sedans accounted for 41.3% of the exports in 2014, with 371,000 units shipped overseas and an average vehicle price of 7,908 US dollars. 33% of the exports were trucks, 11.1% mini vans (with 9 or fewer seats), 0.6% 4WD SUVs.
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87.5% of the 2014 exports went to developing countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Iran surpassed Algeria to become the largest overseas market of China-made automobiles, with sales surging 113.8% on year to 109,000 units.
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