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Beijing Auto Huansu S6 SUV arrives at the Dealer in China

Published on October 16, 2015 by Tycho de Feijter

Beijing Auto Huansu S6 SUV arrives at the Dealer in China

The new Beijing Auto Huansu S6 SUV will be launched on the Chinese car market later this month, and the first examples have arrived at Huansu dealers throughout China. The S6 comes with an impressive Lexus-like grille with shiploads of chrome, and this fine brown example also has… chromed roof rails!




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One without rails with sales personnel inside, checking the infotainment it seems.

At launch the Huansu S6 will only be available with one engine: a 1.5 liter turbo four with 150hp and 215nm, mated to a six-speed manual transmission, sending horses to the front wheels. In 2016 a 2.0 turbo with 204 hp and 280nm will join the line-up. This engine will be mated to a CVT sending power to all four wheels.

Size: 4693/1839/1683, and wheelbase is 2700.

The Huansu S6 stands on the same platform as the Beijing Auto Senova X65. Huansu (‘Magic Speed’) is a new sub-brand under Beijing Auto. The S6 is their third car after the Huansu S2 and Huansu S3.

The Huansu series are manufactured by Beiqi Yinxiang Automobile, a joint venture between the Beijing Auto (Beiqi) and the Yinxiang Motorcycle Group.

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A very nice interior with black leather seats, lots of shiny fake alu, a sporty steering wheel, and a large sized screen for the infotainment system. Manual hand brake and manual gearbox.

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Floor mats are very nice. Bench a tad too flat. Chrome door handle not un-cool.

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Lights and hips are sweet but I can’t get over that chrome strip that seems to swim in nowhere land, not connected and not connecting.

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A red example outside. Wheels look tiny.

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And one in white; all fresh from the factory.

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  1. bydforthewin- October 16, 2015 Reply

    ‘Manual hand brake and manual gearbox’. Is there a problem?

  2. Mike- October 17, 2015 Reply

    I take a manual gearbox and handbrake any day. CVT’s are no fun to drive and annoying, electrical handbrake’s are unreliable and expensive to repair. Other than that I think this is one pretty nice lokig car.

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