Most cars on the market today cost less than a grand to buy, but the average car is still expensive by modern standards.
In the United States, the average cost of a new car is about $27,000, according to Edmunds.
In China, where the average price is about 2,000 yuan ($30), the average is about 15,000.
The car industry is a multi-billion dollar industry, and there’s a growing body of research showing that buying a brand-new car can cost up to 30% more than buying an older car.
But how much does a brand New car cost in China?
According to the latest research, it’s more like 20%.
The study, published by The Economist, found that average prices for new luxury cars in China, including the Toyota Yaris, BMW 5 Series, Mercedes-Benz S-Class, Mercedes C-Class and Audi A3 have risen by more than 30% since 2012.
That’s a big jump compared to the global average, but it’s a far cry from the 20% that some experts have predicted.
According to Edmund’s latest study, the global brand-name market is worth about $1.6 trillion, and that includes carmakers that make luxury vehicles.
This means the average luxury car in China is worth around $20,000 and is cheaper than the average brand-New car, according the study.
The cheapest luxury car to buy in China today is a Toyota Yari.
It costs just $23,999.
But it’s not cheap, either.
That car, which is made by Toyota, starts at $39,995.
This is the car that the US car market is going to have to replace as the brand new car market in China will have to follow.
In the US, the cheapest brand-named car is the BMW 5 series.
That one starts at just $35,999, which would be cheaper than buying the BMW Yaris.
The car also comes with a three-year, $45,000 warranty.
So if you bought the BMWs and Yaris a few years ago, you’ll get some sort of credit for buying a car from BMW.
In China, the brand-Name is worth roughly 1.4 trillion yuan ($24 trillion).
This means that a brand car costs roughly 20% more in China than a brand brand-less car.
In a study published by the China Academy of Engineering in 2016, a team of engineers from the university analyzed data on more than 1.8 million cars from China’s top six car brands.
The researchers discovered that the average selling price for a brand of car in the country was $23.6 million.
This was more than double the average pricing for a comparable luxury car, and the cheapest luxury cars were also more expensive than the cheapest premium models.
According the study, it means that the Chinese car market has “increased by 40% in size and increased by 70% in number since 2012.”
This is a significant jump compared with the global market, where luxury cars are now the majority of cars sold.