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Changan Lingxuan Launched On The Chinese Car Market

May 22, 2017 by W.E. Ning

Changan Lingxuan

The Changan Lingxuan has been launched on the Chinese car market. English name is Linmax. Price starts at 67.900 yuan and ends at 80.900 yuan. The Lingxuan is a seven-sear mid-size MPV with rather good looks. It is basically the same car as the upcoming Changan A800 MPV.

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Geely Yuanjing X1 Launched On The Chinese Car Market

May 22, 2017 by Joey Wang

Geely Yuanjing X1

The new  Geely Yuanjing X1 has been launched on the Chinese car market, price starts at 39.900 yuan and ends at 57.900 yuan. The Yuanjing X1 is a small crossover hatchback with the typical Geely grille. proper roof rails, and shiny racy wheels. It is aimed at young first-car buyers in small cities.

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The JMC Teshun Is A Ford Tansit Turned Storm Trooper

May 12, 2017 by Joey Wang

JMC Teshun

This little pretty is the new JMC Teshun, a van with a Storm Trooper face, looking very dangerous with those mean eyes and a black mouth. It is not some kind of fuzzy wuzzy concept. It is real and has just been launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 99.800 yuan and ends at 139.200 yuan.

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Facelifted Hyundai Mistra Launched On The Chinese Car Market

May 5, 2017 by W.E. Ning

Hyundai Mistra

The facelifted Hyundai Mistra launched on the Chinese car market. Price starts at 129.800 yuan and ends at 176.800 yuan. The facelift includes a new grille, new lights, new bumpers, and an updated interior.

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New Haval H6 SUV Hits The Chinese Car Market In Red And Blue Label

May 5, 2017 by Joey Wang

Haval H6 SUV

Haval just can’t stop themselves. They have launched the new H6, a mid-size SUV. The new H6 comes in two kinds: the H6 Red Label, the blue car, and the H6 Blue Label, see below. The new H6 shares its platform with the upcoming WEY 02. The current H6, Haval’s best selling model, continues as if there is no new H6. So now we have two H-sixes.

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Vulcano Titanium Super Car Launched In China For Just 9.57 Million USD

May 3, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

Vulcano Titanium

Super cars are notoriously expensive in China but the Vulcano Titanium beats all; it costs a  massive 66.8 million yuan or… 9.57 million U.S. dollar. To put that into some perspective: the Ferrari LaFerrari sold for $3.26 million and the Bugatti Veyron for $3.63 million. The Volcano Titanium is this almost three times as expensive as those hyper cars. What do you get for that money?

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Yema T80 SUV Launched On The Chinese Car Market

May 3, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

Yema T80 SUV

The Yema T80 SUV has been launched on the Chinese car market, the first new Yema since the T70, which was launched back in January 2016. The T80 comes with a distinctive grille, a sharply cut bonnet, and sporty five spoke wheels. Price starts at 89.900 yuan and ends at 139.800 yuan.

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Changfeng Liebao CS9 SUV Launched On The Chinese Auto Market

April 28, 2017 by Joey Wang

Changfeng Liebao CS9 SUV

The brand new Changfeng Liebao CS9 has been launched on the Chinese auto market, and it has become quite a fine and stylish looking little SUV, probably the best looking Liebao so far. Price starts at 76.800 yuan and ends at 116.800 yuan, positioning the CS9 straight amid the booming compact SUV segment.

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WEY VV7 Launched On The Chinese Car Market

April 27, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

The WEY VV7 SUV has been launched on the Chinese auto market. The VV7, formerly known as the 01, is the first car of Great Wall’s new “premium SUV” WEY brand. The VV7 comes in two kinds: a basic version called VV7c and a sporty version  called VV7s. Price starts at 167.800 yuan and ends at 188.800 yuan ($24.388 – 27.384). Hardly premium money and not even that expensive for a Great Wall.

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Ford F-150 Raptor Launched On The Chinese Car Market

April 11, 2017 by Tycho de Feijter

Ford F-150 Raptor Launched On The Chinese Car Market

The Ford F-150 Raptor has been launched on the Chinese car market, marking the first time that Ford officially sells the big pickup truck in China. It comes only in crew-cab and there are only two high-end trim-levels available. Price starts at 499.800 yuan and ends at 548.800 yuan ($72.380-79.477).

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