We’ve compiled some statistics from our friends at Auto Trends to get a better idea of how popular the new Toyota CR-V is in China.
We’re not sure if this is an accurate representation of all the CR-Vs sold in China, but it’s a good way to get an idea of the popularity of a specific model.
Here’s a look at the top 10 most popular cars in China by vehicle class.
The Toyota CRV is now the most frequently purchased car in China thanks to the popularity, but there are some notable exceptions.
As you can see from the chart above, the top five cars are all from the luxury segment.
The Toyota CRX, Mazda3, and Hyundai Elantra are all the most commonly bought luxury cars in the country.
In total, the Top 5 most popular car in the Chinese market is the Toyota CRF-V with an estimated market share of 17.9%.
The Hyundai Elante comes in at a distant second with 9.4%.
The Hyundai Elanto is the only car to make the list with a market share less than 10%.
Of the Top 10 most commonly sold luxury cars, the only two that don’t make the Top 15 are the Lexus RX 300 and the Ford Focus RS.
The Lexus RS is the fastest selling car in this category with a 0.3% share of the market.
The Focus RS is currently ranked fifth.
Looking at the Top 20 most popular luxury cars for the Chinese car market, the Toyota Corolla is the third most popular model with an average market share between 3.4% and 4.6%.
This is interesting, because the Corolla only made the list due to a small amount of hype surrounding it, but its popularity is still relatively low.
Toyota has also released the Top 25 most popular new cars in 2018, and the Toyota Camry has made the Top 50, but this time around, the Camry is still the most expensive car in both categories.
This isn’t the first time the CRV has made our list.
In 2014, it made the top ten for the first year of the Top-25, which is good to see that the brand has continued to be a reliable seller.
It’s clear that the CR is a great luxury car, and it has the reputation of being a great hatchback.
But it also makes a great car that is not necessarily easy to fit into the marketplace.
It is a very difficult car to drive, but Toyota knows this, and its success has kept its sales in China going strong.