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Changhe Furuida M50 mini MPV hits the Chinese car market

August 31, 2015 by Joey Wang

Chenghe Furuida M50 mini MPV hits the Chinese car market

The new Changhe Furuida M50 mini MPV has been launched on the Chinese car market, another competitor in a hyper competitive segment. Price starts at 48.900 yuan and ends at 56.900 yuan. The Furuida M50 is based on the  Beijing Auto Weiwang M20, with only a different grille and bumper.

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Spy Shots: Changhe Q25 is Almost Ready for the Chinese auto market

August 31, 2015 by W.E. Ning

Spy Shots: Changhe Q25 is Almost Ready for the Chinese auto market

The best Spy Shots so far of the Changhe Q25, getting ready for its debut later this week on the Chengdu Auto Show. The Q25 is a new compact SUV for Changhe Auto. The company was almost dead when it was saved by Beijing Auto in 2013, and this SUV is their second new car after the Furuida M50.

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Spy Shots: new compact SUV for Changhe Auto

June 25, 2015 by Joey Wang

Spy Shots: new compact SUV for Changhe Auto

Spy Shots showing a new compact SUV for Changhe Auto. The company was almost dead when it was saved by Beijing Auto in 2013, and this SUV will be their first new car. Not entirely new however, it will be based on the upcoming Beijing Auto Senova X25 which again is based on Beijing Auto Senova D20.

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BAIC takes 70% stake in Jiangxi Changhe Auto

November 27, 2013 by W.E. Ning

BAIC takes 70% stake in Jiangxi Changhe Auto

 

The government-forced consolidation in the Chinese auto industry continues. The Beijing Auto Industry Corporation (BAIC), owned by the Beijing government, buys 70% of Jiangxi Changhe Auto (web), owned by the Jiangxi provincial government, which keeps the remaining 30%. BAIC pays a mere 80 million yuan ($13 million), which indicates Changhe Auto is worth less than its assets.

Changhe Auto has a joint venture with Suzuki, sells Suzuki-developed vehicles under its own name, and makes mini vans. The move aims to help revive the manufacturer of small vehicles after four years’ cooperation with another auto giant, Chang’an Automobile Group, failed to boost its growth.

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Changhe Fuyun minivan listed & priced in China

August 21, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter

Yet another new entry into the minivan segment. A very crowded place with Wuling and Chang’an as the numbers one and two for ages. Other auto makers saw there was much money to be made and jumped in. The Changhe Fuyun is just as cheap as all the others, price starts at 43.800 yuan and ends at 45.800 yuan.

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