October 6, 2010 by Tycho de Feijter
The Jiangling (JMC) Yusheng SUV will be listed this month and finally a completely naked example was seen on empty holiday-streets near the factory. Price will range from 100.000 yuan to 150.000. Engines: a 2.4 Mitsubishi petrol and a Ford Duratec 2.4 diesel. A pick-up version is in the works and will likely debut some months later.
August 30, 2010 by Tycho de Feijter
The massive Jianling Yusheng SUV, formerly know by its codename ‘N350’, will finally make it to the market. Production will start in October and the Yusheng will be listed before the end of the year. Engines: a 2.4 Mitsubishi petrol 4-cilinder and a Ford Duratex 2.4 diesel. Price will likely start around 130.000 yuan.
July 13, 2010 by Tycho de Feijter
We’ve seen the new Jiangling N350 out before, this time more pics and some shots of the interior. The car on these pics looks slightly different, it has blacked out bumpers for more off-road feel.
April 12, 2010 by Tycho de Feijter
These are the first live pictures of Jiangling’s (Jiangling Motor Corporation, JMC) new monster-suv. The huge machine loox might impressive and original in design. The N350 will get two engines: a 2.4 litre Mitsubishi petrol 4-cilinder and a Ford Duratex 2.4 litre diesel.
March 18, 2010 by Tycho de Feijter
New spy-pictures from the Jiangling factory show how huge this new suv actually is. China didn’t get Hummer, now they make one themselves. The N-350 will get two engines: a 2.4 litre Mitsubishi petrol 4-cilinder and for farmers a Ford Duratex 2.4 litre diesel.
March 3, 2010 by Tycho de Feijter
Jiangling Motor, aka JMC, which means Jiangling Motor Corporation, is working on a new SUV and a pickup truck based on the platform of X8. De X8 is the car that has to make us all forget the Landwind drama in Europe. If the X8 succeeds, it is for sale in China now, the new car will follow soon. It is codenamed N-350 but that doesn’t sound very cool, X9 might be better and BMW hasn’t got that one yet. The N-350 wears a weird logo on its nose which looks a bit Toyota Reitz-a-like, it is not the JMC logo so maybe they try to fool us men.