In the past two years, the removal of road maintenance fees and weight-based charging policies implemented by the state and local governments have had an impact on commercial vehicles, especially the heavy-duty truck market, mainly due to the light weight of vehicles and the heavy lifting of power. In 2010, the wind of lightening was more fierce in the heavy-duty truck industry. With the lightweight advantages of products, FAW and Dongfeng were far ahead of other companies in tractor sales. However, old heavy truck companies such as China National Heavy Duty Truck Group, Shaanxi Automobile, and Bei Ben are also catching up, or launching or improving their own lightweight new products. In 2011, competition around light weight will be even more intense.
At the same time, under the continued influence of weight-based toll collection regulations, coupled with the high domestic oil price, many people believe that the major trend of heavy truck weight reduction in 2011 is irreversible. This is one of the most significant signs of China's auto industry and international integration. It is also a general trend and a general trend. It is just the speed of technological progress.
On the other hand, with the development of the road transport industry, rising oil prices, and increasing efforts to control shipments across the country, logistics companies are increasingly concerned about the high efficiency and economy of road transport, which has driven heavy trucks towards higher end and higher power. The direction of the rapid development. It is predicted that in 2011, the main pin power of heavy-duty trucks with more than 14 tons will be more than 300 horsepower, and tractor subdivisions with 350 horsepower or more will be more favored. This trend is particularly evident in the new-generation heavy truck products of various companies (Heavy Gas HOWO-A7, Hongyan Jieshi, Shaanxi Automobile Delong F3000, Liberation J6, Dongfeng Tianlong, and Valin StarKama etc. Large horsepower model).