2018 Soueast DX3 SRG mini SUV Full Car Overview

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2018 Beijing Auto BJ40L Plus Launched On The Chinese Car Market

The new Beijing Auto BJ40L Plus has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 159.800 and ends at 189.800 yuan. The Beijing Auto BJ40 L Plus is a high end variant of the BJ40L. It is an additional model, not a facelift or a successor. The Plus comes with extra wide fender flares, making this Jeep clone suddenly look a lot more like a Hummer. This is the standard BJ40L. Price starts at 124.800 yuan and ends at 179.800 yuan. Engines are oldies from Saab: a 204 hp 2.0 turbo and a 250 hp 2.3 turbo. Beijing Auto Industrial Corporation (BAIC), the owner of the Beijing Auto brand, bought the rights to the Saab 2.0 turbo and Saab 2.3 turbo from GM in 2009, along with the rights to the platforms of the Saab 9-3 and first generation Saab 9-5. The Beijing Auto BJ40L Plus is available with both engines, mated to a 6-speed automatic gearbox. The Plus is seen here with part of the roof off. You can actually take if off entirely, which is really cool, if you have a place to store it. Not many people have, it seems, as I have never ever seen one roof-less on the road. The interior sees the biggest change compared to the standard car; the dashboard is completely new and fitted with a digital instrument panel, a 12.3 inch standing touch screen, round air vents, a wider center tunnel, and an electronic parking brake. It also has perforated panels to save weight an improve speed! Curb weight of the Bj40L Plus stands at 2055 kilo. The BJ40L badge on the back is in gold on this car. It was silver on the earlier press photos. A nice touch for a Plus, but also a bit messy, as the Beijing Auto badge below it is still in silver.

2018 Soueast DX7 Prime Version SUV Full Car Overview

Overview of The New 2018 Soueast DX7 Prime Version SUV

2018 Soueast DX7 SUV Luxury Interior and Exterior Overview

The DX7 is a compact SUV built by Soueast Motor on basis of the R7 concept unveiled at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show. The production model was launched at the 2014 Guangzhou Motor Show, where it was named “Bolang” in Chinese. With a 2700mm wheelbase, it is 4537mm long, 1900mm wide, and 1700mm tall. A turbo 1.5L or turbo 2.0L will be employed. The DX7 is designed by Pininfarina.

2018 SEM DX3 SRG Flagship SUV Full Car Overview

The 2018 SouEast DX3 has been launched on the Chinese auto market, and the Pininfarina designed compact SUV has become quite a fine looking car. It comes with a black roof, proper roof rails, mean looking lights, a sculpted bonnet, a small grille, and a racy lower bumper. The floating roof D-pillar design is ultra fashionable at the moment, almost every Chinese automaker is having it on their own SUVs. Roof rails in silver contrast nicely with black roof. The DX3 is the production version of the SouEast DX Concept. It is positioned below the equally good looking SouEast DX7. Price for all this pretty starts at 72.900 yuan and ends at 99.900 yuan. There are two Mitsubishi-sourced engines available: a 1.5 with 120hp and 143nm, and a 1.5 turbo with 150hp and 220nm. The 1.5 is mated to a five-speed manual, the 1.5 turbo to a CVT. The engines and ‘boxes are made by the Shenyang-Mitsubishi engine-making joint venture, a company that supplies basically every Chinese automaker with 1.5, 1.5 turbo, and 2.0 turbo engines. Earlier today we saw the launch of the Beijing Auto BJ20, which has the exact same 1.5 turbo-CVT unit under the bonnet. Size: 4354/1840/1654, and wheelbase is 2610. The interior is not as good as the exterior. SouEast is really trying hard to make it hip, with red bits on the seats and steering wheel and with cool looking vents. But there is just too much cheap looking gray plastic around. The touch screen sits too low and is a bit on the small side for November 2016. And it seems they didn’t even try to put some design in the center tunnel, just a gear lever and a handbrake in gray panels. Nothing pretty there! Check the plastics. But! The DX3 has one very interesting feature. The start button is located on the left-side of the steering wheel, very close to the door. Not sure whether this is another shot at being hip or an engineering necessity. Special nevertheless. Shiny edge around the screen. There is nothing really bad with it, but it just doesn’t look very well fitted and finished. Compare for example with its main competitor the BYD Yuan, its dash has a very busy design but it fits together properly. The infotainment system has Bluetooth connectivity and he usual stuff like GPS, radio, and a reverse-parking camera.

Soueast DX7 Bolang SUV 2015 copy Hyundai ix35 # копия Hyundai ix35

Soueast DX7 Bolang SUV 2015 copy Hyundai ix35 # копия Hyundai ix35

The SouEast DX3 has been launched on the Chinese auto market, and the Pininfarina designed compact SUV has become quite a fine looking car. It comes with a black roof, proper roof rails, mean looking lights, a sculpted bonnet, a small grille, and a racy lower bumper.
The floating roof D-pillar design is ultra fashionable at the moment, almost every Chinese automaker is having it on their own SUVs. Roof rails in silver contrast nicely with black roof. The DX3 is the production version of the SouEast DX Concept. It is positioned below the equally good looking SouEast DX7.
Price for all this pretty starts at 72.900 yuan and ends at 99.900 yuan.
There are two Mitsubishi-sourced engines available: a 1.5 with 120hp and 143nm, and a 1.5 turbo with 150hp and 220nm. The 1.5 is mated to a five-speed manual, the 1.5 turbo to a CVT.

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