The facelifted SouEast V3 Lingyue was unveiled on the 2014 Guangzhou Auto Show and launched on the Chinese car market at the same time. The facelift includes new headlights, a new grille, new taillights, new bumpers, and an updated interior. This particular car is the top of the line ‘ColorFul’ edition, which comes with a hefty bodykit and a giant wing on the back.
The Honda XR-V has been launched on the Chinese car market, giving Honda another brand new entry in the booming compact SUV segment. Price starts at 127.800 yuan and ends at 162.800 yuan. The Honda XR-V is a sporty Chinese-market variant of the Honda Vezel and the North American Honda HR-V, featuring a shipload of black plastic, a redesigned grille, and different taillights.
The new Foday Lanfu SUV has been launched on the Chinese car market, featuring a mighty impressive grille flanked by mean looking headlights. The Lanfu is the largest SUV ever for the Foday brand, and probably the best looking one as well. Price for all this pretty starts at 109.800 yuan and ends at 149.800, making the Lanfu one of the cheapest full-size SUV’s available in China.
The China-made Volvo XC60 has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 366.900 yuan and ends at 539.900 yuan. The Volvo XC60 will compete head-to-head against the China-made versions of the Audi Q5 and Mercedes-Benz GLK.
The new Zotye Z500 sedan has been launched on the China car market. Price starts at 76.800 yuan and ends at 101.800 yuan, and that is about 10.000 yuan cheaper than expected. The Z500 debuted on the Beijing Auto Show in April, it is the largest sedan ever for the Zotye brand.
The Haval H1 has been launched on the Chinese car market, giving the Haval brand a credible competitor in the booming compact SUV segment. Price starts at 68.900 yuan and ends at 82.900 yuan. The H1 is the smallest SUV in the Great Wall Haval range, it debuted in August on the Chengdu Auto Show in China.
The Chery eQ has been launched on the Chinese car market. The Chery eQ is an electric vehicle based on the Chery QQ minicar. Price including all green-car subsidies starts at 59.800 yuan and ends at 64.800 yuan. Price without subsidies would start at a hefty 150.000 yuan, making absolutely sure nobody would buy one. The total subsidy is thus 90.200 yuan, showing once more how serious China is about promoting the use of electric cars.
The new MG GT has been launched in China. Price starts at 95.900 yuan and ends at 149.900 yuan. The MG GT is the trendiest MG so far, showing a sleek sporty fastback shape but actually being a sedan based on the same platform as the MG5 hatchback and the Roewe 350.