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Spy Shots: SouEast V5 testing with Turbo in China

May 2, 2013 by Tycho de Feijter

Spy Shots: SouEast V5 testing with Turbo in China

New spy shots of the upcoming SouEast V5 Ling Zhi Turbo, which will hit the Chinese auto market in the second half of this year. The SouEast V5 Ling Zhi sedan was launched in September 2012, the only available engines are a 120hp 1.5 and a 144hp 1.8.

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Chengdu Auto Show: SouEast V5 Lingzhi hits the China auto market

September 2, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter

SouEast V5 Lingzhi hits the China auto market

The SouEast V5 Lingzhi sedan has been officially launched on the China auto market, price starts at 70.800 yuan and ends at 97.800 yuan. The SouEast V5 debuted in April on the Beijing Auto Show, it is based on the platform from the last-gen Mitsubishi Lancer that is still made in China by the SouEast-Mitsubishi joint venture.

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SouEast V5 = SouEast V5 Lingzhi

July 24, 2012 by Joey Wang

SouEast V5 Lingzhi

Only yesterday we had the first pictures of the production version of the SouEast V5 sedan. Pics were a bit shady, so today we have much better ones. We also have the name of the production car; SouEast V5 Lingzhi (菱致). Just ‘V5’ would be boring indeed…

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Spy Shots: production version of the SouEast V5

July 23, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter

SouEast V5 China

The very first spy shots of the production version of the new SouEast V5 sedan, it will be launched on the China auto market in October and that is one month later than we heard earlier. The white car on pics seems exactly the same as the V5 that debuted on the Beijing Auto Show in April.

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Spy Shots: SouEast V5 gets Sporty in China

June 1, 2012 by Joey Wang

SouEast V5

The new SouEast V5 debuted in April on the Beijing Auto Show, it will be launched on the Chinese car market in September. New spy shots however show a V5 with a completely different front. Chinese media wonder whether this is a late redesign or a special sporty version.

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SouEast V5 will be launched on the Chinese car market in September

May 21, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter

SouEast V5

The new SouEast V5 sedan debuted last month at the Beijing Auto Show. Chinese media reports it will hit the car market in September. The V5 is a fine looking car based on the last-gen Mitsubishi Lancer which is still made in China by the SouEast-Mitsubishi joint venture.

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SouEast V5 debuts at the Beijing Auto Show

April 27, 2012 by Joey Wang

SouEast V5

A very decent but not very exciting family car, the SouEast V5 sedan debuted at the Beijing Auto Show, in a rather boring brownish color. The V5 is the very first passenger car actually ‘designed’ by SouEast, its earlier cars being no more than rebadged old Mitsubishi’s. The link with Japan is still there however, the V5 is based on the platform from the last-gen Mitsubishi Lancer that was made by the SouEast-Mitsubishi joint venture.

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SouEast V5 sedan arrives at the Beijing Auto Show

April 21, 2012 by Joey Wang

SouEast V5

The new SouEast V5 sedan will debut on Monday at the Beijing Auto Show, but we already got the first pics today. The V5 will be listed on the Chinese car market in Q3 and is based on an old Mitsubishi Lancer from the SouEast-Mitsubishi joint-venture.

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Spy Shots: SouEast V5 is Ready in China

April 1, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter

SouEast V5

The best spy shots so far of the new SouEast V5 sedan, it will debut at the Beijing Auto Show later this month and it will be listed on the Chinese car market in Q3. The Q5 will be available with only one engine at launch: an imported Mitsubishi ‘4B10’ 1.8 with 144hp mated to a CVT. Later on SouEast will offer its own 1.5 and 1.5 turbo.

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Spy Shots: SouEast V5 gets Funky in China

March 13, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter

SouEast V5

New spy shots from the upcoming SouEast V5 sedan wearing very funky camouflage. The SouEast V5 will debut at the Beijing Auto Show in April, it will be listed on the Chinese car market in Q3 and price is expected to range from 80.000 to 120.000 yuan.

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