The facelifted Ford Fiesta has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 79.900 yuan and ends at 116.900 yuan. The facelifted Ford Fiesta sedan debuted in November last year on the Guangzhou Auto Show, but the hatchback didn’t appear, leading to all sorts of speculation about possible problems at Ford, and it seems there were. Launch on the Chinese market was originally planned for December, and it is late March now. The hatch finally popped up in December, and here:
The best spy shots so far of the new Ford Mondeo in China. It will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show in April and it will be launched on the Chinese car market in May. Price will range from 170.000 yuan to 260.000 yuan.
The new Ford Ecosport SUV has been launched on the Chinese car market, price starts at 94.800 yuan and ends at 127.800 yuan. The Ford Ecosport is the second SUV in Ford’s China line-up after the Ford Kuga that was launched on the Chinese car market in January.
The new Ford Mondeo will debut on the 2013 Shanghai Auto Show, which will be held from April 21 until April 29. Mass production will formally start (ceremony, flag waving, press) on April 2 and the Ford Mondeo will be launched on the Chinese car market around the middle of the year. Price will range from 170.000 yuan to 260.000 yuan.
The Ford Ecosport will be launched on the Chinese car market on March 19, price will range from 94.800 yuan and end at 129.800 yuan. Bringing the Ecosport to China is a smart move by Ford. The booming segment for cheap-mini SUV’s is dominated by local Chinese automakers, so Ford must be able to win market share fast, especially since GM and Volkswagen got nothing there to compete.
New spy shots from the new Ford Mondeo, aka Ford Fusion, testing in China. The new Ford Mondeo will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show in April and it will be launched on the Chinese car market in May. The Ford Mondeo is made in China by the Chang’an-Ford joint venture. The front differs from the European and American versions with a fat-chromed grille, which is what Chinese car buyers want.
Ford and its joint ventures in China sold 43,642 vehicles in the country in February, up 7% from a year earlier, in spite of the weeklong Lunar New Year holiday during which showroom visits typically drop sharply.
In the first two months of the year, sales of Ford-brand cars surged 46% on year to 105,209 units, thanks to strong demand for the Ford Focus, the U.S. car maker said in a statement Wednesday.
New spy shots again from the new Ford Mondeo, aka Ford Fusion, testing in China. The new Ford Mondeo will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show in April and it will be launched on the Chinese car market in May. The Ford Mondeo is made in China by the Chang’an-Ford joint venture.
Here we have an extremely green Ford Focus sedan, seen in the good Fangzhuang residential area in Beijing. It was a kinda gray day and this vehicle literally lighted up the whole street! The green was painted on, no wrap here, which shows dedication to cause. The Ford Focus was further sexed up by a fat ass bodykit and gigantic 19 inch alloys in chrome. Read more »
Ford China had its best-ever January, selling more than double the number of passenger cars it did in January 2012.
Ford China sold 44,439 passenger cars-including imported vehicles-last month, a 135 percent increase year-over-year, and achieved combined passenger car and commercial vehicle sales of 61,475 wholesale vehicles, a 98 percent increase from January 2012.