Chinese-made SUV makes history as Australia's top ten models are revealed

Chinese-made SUV makes history as Australia's top ten models are revealed
Chinese-made SUV makes history as Australia's top ten models are revealed

An SUV selling for just $21,990 has made history by becoming the first-ever  Chinese-made car to enter Australia's top ten on the sales charts.

Last month the ZS made by MG, a former British sports car marque, was Australia's tenth most popular car, marking the first time a car from China reached that milestone.

In July, 1,786 left the showroom, more than five times the number sold in July 2020. 

Just five months earlier MG, owned by the Shanghai state-run SAIC Motor group, became the first Chinese-owned brand to make the top ten. 

A Chinese-made SUV selling for just $21,990 drive away has made history by entering Australia's top ten list. Last month, the ZS SUV was Australia's tenth most popular car, marking the first time a Chinese-made car had been among the elite bestsellers

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A Chinese-made SUV selling for just $21,990 drive away has made history by entering Australia's top ten list. Last month, the ZS SUV was Australia's tenth most popular car, marking the first time a Chinese-made car had been among the elite bestsellers

Despite its sales success, the MG was Australia's fifth most popular SUV after the Mazda CX-5 (pictured), which had 2,389 sales, followed by the Toyota RAV4 (2,345 sales), Toyota Prado (2,251 sales) and the Mitsubishi Outlander (1,792 sales)

Despite its sales success, the MG was Australia's fifth most popular SUV after the Mazda CX-5 (pictured), which had 2,389 sales, followed by the Toyota RAV4 (2,345 sales), Toyota Prado (2,251 sales) and the Mitsubishi Outlander (1,792 sales)

Despite its sales success, the MG was the fifth most popular SUV after the Mazda CX-5, which had 2,389 sales, the Toyota RAV4 (2,345 sales), Toyota Prado (2,251 sales) and the Mitsubishi Outlander (1,792 sales).

The Toyota HiLux regained the overall No. 1 spot from the Ford Ranger, notching up 4,610 sales compared with its rival's 4,064.

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