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Hawtai Baolige SUV listed & priced in China

November 21, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter

Hawtai Baolige SUV

The Hawtai Baolige SUV has been officially listed on the China car market today, the final-final-final production version of the Baolige debuted today at the Guangzhou Auto Show. Price starts at 123.700 yuan and ends at 229.700 yuan.

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Guangzhou Auto Trumpchi GS5 SUV debuts at the Guangzhou Auto Show

November 21, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter

The new Guangzhou Auto Trumpchi GS5 SUV debuted today at the Guangzhou Auto Show. Production will start in March nexy year, it will then hit the market in April. A very fine looking car this GS5 is, I especially like the fact that Guangzhou auto had the balls to go for this bright orange color instead for typical Chinese brown.

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Brilliance V5 SUV listed & priced in China

November 21, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter

The Brilliance V5 SUV has been officially listed on the China car market, the V5 debuted this morning at the Guangzhou Auto Show. Price starts at at 109.800 and ends at 165.800 yuan.

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Dongfeng-Fengshen A60 debuts at the Guangzhou Auto Show

November 21, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter

Dongfeng-Fenshen A60

The new Dongfeng-Fenshen A60 debuted this morning at the Guangzhou Auto Show with a lot of chrome. Chrome is good, the Chinese market loves it. The A60 is the biggest car in the Fengshen-range so far, it is based on the Nissan Syplhy from the Dongfeng Nissan joint venture.

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FAW Oley debuts at the Guangzhou Auto Show

November 21, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter

FAW Oley

The FAW Oley (Oulang in Chinese) was the first car to debut early this morning at the Shanghai Auto Show. The Oley is the first car in what has to become a new brand for cheap cars. The Oley will be listed in April 2012, price will range from 80.000 yuan to 100.000 yuan.

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Volkswagen Passat Wagon listed & priced in China

November 17, 2011 by W.E. Ning

The Volkswagen Passat Wagon has been officially listed on the China car market. It is imported, price starts at 340.000 yuan and ends at 380.000 yuan. China will only get the 2.0 TSI. However, Volkswagen also sold the last-gen Passat Wagon R36 in China and with great success, if this new Passat gets a similar package it will likely come to the Chinese market yet again. Via: 163.com.

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Hawtai Baolige SUV naked from all Sides in China

November 17, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter

Yesterday we had the first official pics from the Hawtai Baolige SUV and today we have the first pics of the new car all out in the open. The Baolige will debut at the Guangzhou Auto Show next week, price will range from 170.000 yuan to 350.000 yuan

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Gumpert Apollo S arrives in China, not Cheap

November 17, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter

The brilliant and completely mad Gumpert Apollo S has arrived in China. The S-version of the ‘standard’ Apollo is a racecar for the streets with a 700hp Audi-based V8 engine, good for a 360km/h top speed. Price in China: 12 million yuan, that is 1.9 million US dollar. Read more »

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Brilliance V5 SUV out in the open in China

November 16, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter

The new Brilliance V5 SUV will debut at the Guangzhou Auto Show next week. Late October we saw the first pics of the naked production car but it was kinda spoiled by some weird blue tape around the windows. Now back again with another V5 all out in the open. No tape, this is it.  Read more »

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Official: Hawtai Baolige SUV

November 16, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter

Hawtai released the first pictures of the final production version of the Baolige SUV, it will debut at the Guangzhou Auto Show next week. The Baolige debuted as B35 SUV concept at the 2010 Beijing Auto Show and came back as Baolige semi-concept to the 2011 Shanghai Auto Show.

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