The new Geely Boyue SUV has been launched on the Chinese car market, featuring a busy front end with a shiny mustache in the bumper. Price starts at 98.800 yuan and ends at 157.800 yuan, making it compete in the hottest SUV segment of the moment. The Boyue was formerly known as the Emgrand Boyue, the Emgrand NL-3, and the Geely NL-3.
The new Changhe Q25 has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 55.900 yuan and ends at 76.900 yuan. The Q25 is aimed at young first car buyers, sporting a hip crossover look, sporty alloys, and usable roof rails to attach the canoe to.
This is the Zhi Dou D2, a small two-seat electric vehicle from China, wearing a cow wrap. The D2 was launched on the Chinese car market last June for 49.800 yuan including all subsidies.
I met two examples inside my compound where they were being sold right on the street. No shop no dealer, just a table, two chairs, and three salesmen. This way of selling electric cars is becoming quite common in Beijing.
The facelifted Volkswagen Bora has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 107.800 yuan and ends at 153.800 yuan. The facelift includes a new front with a new grille and new lights, new bumpers, new taillights, a redesigned D-pillar, new alloys, and a new touch screen for the top spec car.
The facelifted Honda Accord sedan has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 169.800 yuan and ends at 237.800 yuan. The Chinese Accord is basically the same car as the North American Accord, but with a different front and rear. The facelift added a heavily chromed grille, new headlights, and new bumpers to the somewhat confusing mix of lines, angles and corners.
The new Qoros 5 SUV has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 139.900 yuan and ends at 194.900 yuan, positioning the 5 on the high end of the highly competitive compact SUV segment in China. The Qoros 5 debuted in November last year on the Guangzhou Auto Show.
The new Chevrolet Malibu XL has been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 179.900 yuan and ends at 249.900 yuan. The Malibu XL is the Chinese variant of the U.S. 2016 Malibu, it is called XL to differentiate it from the last-generation Malibu, which will continue to be sold on the Chinese market, alongside the new Malibu XL.
The Cadillac CT6 sedan has been launched on the Chinese car market, even before it goes on sale in the United States, underscoring the importance of China for GM’s flagship Cadillac brand. Price starts at 439.900 yuan and ends at 818.800 yuan, that is 66.860 to 124.460 US dollar. This price pitches the CT6 straight up against the high-end variants of the China-made Audi A6L, BMW 5-Series L, and the Mercedes-Benz E-Class L.