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The X40 has a very stylish design with a front fascia that seems well connected with the Besturn family of cars produced by FAW. The car on display features hexagonal chrome grille, dual-tone exterior color, skid pads under the bumpers, roof rails, alloy wheels, while key features include tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS), auto-dimming rear view mirror, 8-inch LCD screen and vehicle stability assist. The X40 will initially be available with a 1.6 liter naturally aspirated engine with a maximum output of 116 hp and peak torque of 155 Nm, mated to either a 5-speed manual or a six-speed automatic gearbox. However according to FAW, an all-electric & a plug-in hybrid version will also be made available. The compact crossover segment is booming in Chinese market at an astonishing pace. Currently there are nearly 292 models of SUVs available for sale in China offered by different manufacturers including international as well as Chinese domestic brands, while there are approximately 80 or more SUVs that will be launched during 2017, FAW X40 being one of them. The presence of Honda HR-V, Honda Vezel, BMW X1 and the rumors of possible launch of Audi Q2 in Pakistan does indicate that crossovers have a bright future in our country as well, but with most of these vehicles occupying the 3.0 million+ price bracket, FAW does have a chance to capture the compact crossover market with a wide variety of budget-friendly options in their arsenal such as the D60, R7, X80 and X40..
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The Baojun 510 Is A Small General Motors Crossover Utility Vehicle For China This is the brand new Baojun 510, a small crossover utility vehicle (CUV) for China. It was launched on the Chinese car market earlier this week. Baojun is a brand under SAIC-GM-Wuling, a three-way joint venture between Shanghai Automotive Industry Company (SAIC), General Motors (GM), and Wuling Motors. GM has a 44% stake in this joint venture. SAIC and GM also work together in Shanghai-GM, a much larger joint venture that makes Buick, Chevrolet, and Cadillac cars for the Chinese market. The Baojun brand was founded in 2011 and has been going through an interesting transformation. Baojun started as a dull-design budget-brand with cars based on older GM and Wuling platforms. However, since about two years the brand has been firmly refocused on young first-car buyers living in second and third tier cities. While the cars are still based on older platforms, their design has been completely overhauled. Dull has been replaced by 'almost-wild' - just compare the old Baijun 630 and Baojun Yueche with the new Baojun 310, the upcoming E100 mini EV, and this 510 CUV. As the Baojun brand is almost entirely focused on the young in smaller cities, their cars have to be rally cheap. The 510 does not disappoint. It is just over four meters long, it seats five, has an eight-inch touchscreen and is powered by a 1.5-liter petrol with 111hp and 147nm, mated to a six-speed manual, sending horses to the front wheels. Price for all this pretty is between 54,800 yuan and 69,800 yuan ($7975 - 10,157). What enables the 510 to be so cheap is that it is based on the platform of the third generation Chevrolet Sail, which has been in production at Shanghai-GM since 2014. The engine too comes from the Sail. In the future, Baojun will add an automatic transmission and a 1.5 turbo to the lineup. #Baojun510 #2019Baojun510 #Baojun5102019 The transformation from budget to young seems to work. Sales of the Baojun brand were up to 760,000 units in 2016, compared with 503,000 in 2015. The 510 will likely help to push sales up higher again this year. However, the competition is murderous. Small and compact SUVs and crossovers are the two hottest segments of the Chinese car market at the moment. Other foreign automakers are slow to respond, but local brands are rushing new models to the market in a dazzling speed, including offerings from Changan, Changhe, and FAW. These cars are getting better all the time and the local brands are now so flexible that they can introduce an updated model every year. Hence Baojun got to run like a horse just to keep up. Large cities like Beijing are not the primary hunting ground for Baojun, their offerings are basically too cheap for most citizens. The brand has just three small shops in the capital, a city of over 20 million. The one I went to was so tiny it has only enough space for one car in its showroom, the other cars were displayed outside.
The Haval M6 Is Another Somewhat Sporty SUV For China The Haval M6 is an odd addition to the Haval lineup, which is odd in any way, with far too many cars that are similar in size and price. The M6 is a perfect example of the madness. It has been launched today as a sporty variant of the old H6. Price starts at 89.800 yuan and ends at 112.800 yuan. It looks rather odd too. The M6 is based on the old Haval H6, which is still being sold, alongside the new Haval H6, which, by the way, is based on exactly the same platform as the old Haval H6. The M6 is only available with one engine: a 150hp 1.5. The old Haval H6 is available with that very same engine too (and with a 2.0 turbo). The new H6 is also available with that same engine (and with a 1.3 turbo and a 2.0 turbo). So they all share an engine and the platform. Prices: Old Haval H6: 88.800 to 118.600. New Haval H6: 101.800 to 140.800 yuan. Size: M6: 4649/1830/1705, and wheelbase is 2680. Old H6: 4640/1825/1690, and wheelbase is 2680. New H6: 4600/1860/1720, and wheelbase is 2680. And if the M6 just isn’t sporty enough, buyers can also go for the H6 Coupe, which also is a sporty SUV based on the old H6, and one that will soon be updated. So many SUVs to choose from… The interior is exactly the same as in the old Haval H6. Same shape, same buttons, same screen, same all. #2018HavalM6 #HavalM6 #HavalM62018 But it does have some red stitching here and there! Sporty. The rear looks far to tall and too heavy and the tiny wheels. D-pillar design daring. Big shiny pipe under the bumper on the right side. The M6 comes with a blue badge but Haval doesn’t call it the ‘Blue Label’. This might indicate there won’t be any Red Label car. But of course this being Haval you never know for sure. They might as well launch an S version too.
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