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July 24, 2023

Jetour Auto PH Aims To Sell 1,000 Units By End 2023

After breaching the 700,000-unit sales mark globally in just 55 months, Jetour Auto is aiming high. The Chinese automaker’s target is to reach a million units sold by 2025 and 1.27 million by 2027. This makes them one of the fastest growing auto brands in the world.

So far this year, it has sold 200,000 vehicles from January to May and is well on track to sell 500,000 units by the end of 2023.

Jetour is now available in over 40 countries and regions, including the Philippines.

Speaking of which, Jetour Auto Philippines (JAPI) aims to have more than a thousand units on the road by the end of the year, despite only starting retail sales last April.

“We are excited to have been a part of this important milestone,” said Miguelito Jose, Managing Director of Jetour Auto Philippines. “This is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team here and abroad, as well as the enthusiastic support of our customers towards our brand and products. We look forward to continuing to provide our customers with innovative, affordable, reliable, and safe vehicles that will let them savor the joys of traveling.”

Supporting this target are Jetour Auto Philippines’ authorized dealerships located in Alabang, Bacolod, Batangas, Butuan, Cagayan De Oro, Cebu, Cubao, Davao, Eton Centris, Fairview, General Santos, Iloilo, Isabela, Las Piñas, Pampanga, Pasay, and Quezon Avenue.

JAPI is targeting nearly 20 dealerships and service centers to become operational by the end of 2023.

Jetour Auto Philippines’ product lineup includes the Jetour X70 and X70 Plus seven-seater crossovers, the Jetour Dashing compact crossover, and the Jetour Ice Cream Electric Vehicle.

Along with an industry-leading six-year, or 1,000,000-kilometer general warranty, Jetour vehicles also have a separate 10-year or 1,000,000-kilometer engine warranty.


  1. This brand should just be folded with Chery side by side with Tiggo. Jetour will just dilute the Chery brand rep.

    1. Won't happen. Jetour and Chery are run by two separate divisions under the Chery Group. Chery (Tiggo) though can be folded with Omoda/Jaecoo because they all fall under the same umbrella. This is the weirdness of the Chinese auto industry.


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