Jiangnan Alto gets a new Name in China

Published on May 23, 2011 by Tycho de Feijter

The cheapest car in China is no more, long live China’s cheapest car. The Jiangnan Alto got a new name and it is a good one: Jiangnan TT. The TT is based on the old-old Suzuki Alto, Jiangnan got a license from Suzuki so no copying here.

Jiangnan is a subsidiary from Zoyte Automobile. Price of the Jiangnan TT starts at 20.800 yuan and ends at 25.800 yuan. Basic engine is a 0.8L three-cylinder with 36hp.


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  1. dragin- May 24, 2011 Reply

    This Alto design evokes shades of the Porsche 911, in its timeless appeal in China. Both Jiangnan and Qinchuan Auto now BYD) began selling it as far back as 1992. Chang’an Shengli has apparently replaced it with other minicars.

  2. ramaz- February 11, 2012 Reply

    the jiangnan is based on jiangnan alto (suzuki alto)

  3. Basavaraj- December 4, 2012 Reply

    Business went so went with the tractor trade and bunsiess empire that by the age of sixty Lamborghini turned his attention to his real love building an auto himself.

  4. yassin haikal- January 28, 2014 Reply

    dear sir
    i have a jiangnan car alto 2007 and i want to know a sparkler tybe and number to it
    thank you

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