Chery Automobile experiences a robust sales surge, soaring by 52.6%

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Chery Automobile reported a robust performance in 2023, with the sale of 1,881,316 vehicles, reflecting an impressive 52.6% growth from the previous year.

The disclosure, made by Carloha, Chery’s exclusive national partner in Nigeria, highlighted the export of 937,148 vehicles, showcasing a remarkable 101.1% increase.

The Chinese automaker’s achievements surpassed industry growth rates, solidifying its pivotal role in the global automotive market.

Chery, recognized for innovation and quality, not only maintained its status as China’s top passenger car exporter for 21 consecutive years but also set new benchmarks globally.

The company excelled in various areas, securing top positions in the “Top 50 Chinese Global Brand Builders’ Report” and J.D. Power’s IQS.

Additionally, Chery achieved a five-star rating in Australian A-NCAP collision testing, emphasizing its commitment to safety and exceeding expectations across vehicle series like Tiggo 8, Tiggo 7, and Tiggo 4.

The automaker reiterated its dedication to environmentally friendly solutions through the production of eco-friendly vehicles and sustainable manufacturing practices.

This success story serves as both a celebration of Chery’s accomplishments and an inspirational call to greatness, resonating through the continued growth of the Chery brand in the Nigerian automotive market.

 

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