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Spy Shots: facelifted Tianjin Xiali N3 testing in China

Published on December 26, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter

Tianjin Xiali N3 testing in China

Another oldie that refuses to die. This is the facelifted Xiali N3. Xiali is a brand of Tianjin Automobile which is a subsidiary of First Auto Works (FAW). The full name of this machine of this machine is therefore Tianjin-FAW Xiali N3. The ‘Xiali’ was one of the very first passenger cars available for the general public in China and based on the Daihatsu Charade. It is not a copy, Tianjin Automobile got a license to build it in China under the Xiali-name.

Current Xiali N3. Much rounder, softer lines. Note that the Xiali-logo has been replaced with a FAW-logo. Price of the current car starts at 24.800 yuan and ends at 48.000 yuan, making is the cheapest sedan on sale on the China car market. There are two engines: a 1.0 with 48kw and 89nm and a 1.4 with 63kw and 110nm, both mated to a 5-speed manual. Price for the new car will be about the same, good old engines will continue.

Tianjin Xiali N3 testing in China

Tianjin Xiali N3 testing in China

Tianjin Xiali N3 testing in China

Tianjin Xiali N3 testing in China

Tianjin Xiali N3 testing in China

Tianjin Xiali N3 testing in China

Via: 163.com.

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  1. ERIK- December 26, 2011 Reply

    The Xiali N3 saw its light as Tianjin-FAW H2 at the Beijing 2010 Show. Greetings and wishes Erik

  2. dragin- January 3, 2012 Reply

    Looks like the Tianjin Xiqing County boy scouts were commissioned to redesign the N3 tail lamps…..Perhaps while they were out on a camping trip…..

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