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Suzuki Beidouxing X5 hits the Chinese car market

October 29, 2012 by W.E. Ning

Suzuki Beidouxing X5 hits the Chinese car market

The Suzuki Beidouxing X5 has been launched on the China auto market. The Beidouxing X5 is a China-only stretched variant of the good old Suzuki Wagon R+. Price for the Suzuki Beidouxing X5 starts at 53.900 yuan and ends at 55.900 yuan.

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Spy Shots: Stretched Changhe-Suzuki Wagon R

November 10, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter

The good old Suzuki Wagon R, made in China by the Changhe-Suzuki joint venture, gets a big brother. It will be sold alongside the standard Wagon R. This yet nameless variant is stretched by some 15 centimeters behind the behind the C-pillar for more space in the back.

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Stretched Changhe-Suzuki Wagon R spied again

July 13, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter

The best spy shots so far of one of the most interesting new cars for the Chinese market this year; the stretched Suzuki Wagon R, made in China by the Changhe-Suzuki joint venture. Stretched by around 10 centimeters behind the C-pillar for more space in the back.

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Spy Shots: stretched Suzuki Wagon R pops up Again in China

July 8, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter

All cars can be stretched in China. Think Audi A4L, Volkswagen Passat, Benz 300L, BMW5, Volvo S80L and others. But it doesn’t happen very often that one automaker stretches a really very small car. That though seems to be exactly what Changhe-Suzuki is doing with the Wagon R. It is stretched by some 10 centimeters behind the C-pillar, resulting is more space for the rear passengers. Now find a driver…

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Spy Shot: stretched Changhe-Suzuki WagonR

January 12, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter

Changhe-Suzuki seems to be working on a stretched version of the WagonR. The extra space is added between the rear door and rear window, space would go to passengers in the back. An interesting idea. No word yet on launch date or price.

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New Car: Changhe Suzuki WagonR E+

March 10, 2010 by Tycho de Feijter

Changhe-Suzuki didn’t bother to update the WagonR for at least six years. There was no need, the car was selling wel, especially in the more rural areas but in city it is no stranger either. Finally now in 2010 the factory decided for a facelift that mostly hit the front, and hitted hard.

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