The latest news on Wuling cars from China

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Wuling Baojun 330 sedan hits the Chinese car market

January 6, 2016 by Tycho de Feijter

Wuling Baojun 330 sedan hits the Chinese car market

The new Wuling Baojun 330 sedan has been launched on the Chinese car market, and we are just as excited as the car is exciting. Buyers in the segment where the 330 sells are generally rather conservative in mind and wallet, but the 330 is likely too boring even for them.

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New Spy Shots of the Baojun E100 city EV for China

January 4, 2016 by Tycho de Feijter

New Spy Shots of the Baojun E100 city EV for China

New Spy Shots of the all new Baojun E100, a new electric vehicle for China. The Baojun E100 will debut, likely in concept form, of the Beijing Auto Show in April, and the real thing will be launched on the Chinese car market in October.

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First Photos of the Facelifted Baojun 630 sedan for China

December 1, 2015 by Joey Wang

First Photos of the Facelifted Baojun 630 sedan for China

The first photos of the facelifted Baojun 630 sedan for China, it will be launched on the Chinese car market in the first quarter of 2016. The facelift includes new headlights, a new grille, new bumpers, new taillights, and an updated interior.

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This is the new Wuling Baojun 330 sedan for China

October 29, 2015 by Joey Wang

This is the new Wuling Baojun 330 sedan for China

This is the new Wuling Baojun 330 sedan, it will debut on the Guangzhou Auto Show in November and launch on the Chinese car market just before year’s end. The Baojun 330 has become a neat a not overly exciting vehicle, intended mostly for first car buyers in third and fourth tier cities.

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Spy Shots: Baojun 330 is Naked from all Sides in China

June 23, 2015 by Tycho de Feijter

Spy Shots: Baojun 330 is Naked from all Sides in China

The best Spy Shots so far of the upcoming Baojun 330 sedan, looking completely ready to go. The Baojun 330 is a new sub-compact sedan. It will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in September and launch on the Chinese car market soon thereafter.

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Spy Shots: Wuling Baojun 310 testing in China

May 22, 2015 by Joey Wang

Spy Shots: Wuling Baojun 310 testing in China

The very first Spy Shots of the new Wuling Baojun 310, the hatchback variant of the upcoming Wuling Baojun 330 sedan. The Baojun 310 will be launched on the Chinese car market in the third quarter. Price will range from about 40.000 to 60.000 yuan.

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Spy Shots: Wuling Baojun 330 is Naked in China

May 18, 2015 by Tycho de Feijter

Spy Shots: Wuling Baojun 330 is Naked in China

New Spy Shots of the upcoming Baojun 330, seen here parked next to a Baojun 560 SUV. The Baojun 330 is a new sub-compact sedan. It will debut on the Chengdu Auto Show in September and launch on the Chinese car market soon thereafter.

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Baojun 560 will hit the Chinese car market in July

May 11, 2015 by Tycho de Feijter

Baojun 560 will hit the Chinese car market in July

The brand new Baojun 560 SUV will be launched on the Chinese car market in July. Price will range from 80.000 to 100.000 yuan, positioning the Baojun 560 in one of the most competitive segments of the market.

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Wuling Zhengcheng MPV launched on the Chinese car market

April 7, 2015 by W.E. Ning

Wuling Zhengcheng MPV launched on the Chinese car market

The Wuling Zhengcheng MPV has been launched on the Chinese car market, the largest vehicle by far in the Wuling line-up. Price starts at 66.000 yuan and ends at 77.200 yuan ($10.715 – 12.534). The Zhengcheng, or ‘Journey’, is a nine-seat MPV-slash-minibus aimed mostly at fleet and taxi companies.

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This is the new Baojun 560 SUV for China

March 10, 2015 by Joey Wang

This is the new Baojun 560 SUV for China

Baojun has released the first photos of the Baojun 560 SUV for China. The Baojun 560 will debut on the Shanghai Auto Show in April and launch on the Chinese car market in the second half of the year. The 560 features a large shiny grille and a reasonable attractive overall design. Roof rails appear non-functional as they slope down with the roof.

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