At the beginning of the year we told you which countries were the ones with the greatest interference in the national automotive market. China was leading the way, with nearly one in four cars marketed in 2020 having been produced on the Asian Dragon, a trend that will surely increase even further in the future count in 2021.
In the monthly report of the National Automotive Association published this Thursday – which showed 32,511 new units registered in March – Chinese vehicles again set the tone. Now they took the podium in the SUV segment, the segment with the largest share of the market. These are all:
A new model that appeared in the Top 10 was the Hyundai Creta. This SUV made in India debuted in Chile last December, when the South Korean firm unveiled it by surprise along with the new Santa Fe.