Haima 3 sports edition

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Haima have been busy working on their Haima 3 compact car this year. The Haima 3 was released in mid 2007 with a 1.8 motor and a manual gear box costing around 110,000rmb, not bad for a car that looks pretty decent, possibly one of the best looking Chinese compacts on the market. Later on in 07, Haima launched an automatic version, and now, they are ready to release the Haima 3 sports version:

sports side Haima 3 sports edition

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Haima 3 sports edition seems to be (from the outside) a regular Haima 3 with sports editions, such as the rear spoiler (as shown as below, click for bigger picture), side skirts and sports rims.

sports rear Haima 3 sports edition

This model however, is nothing compared to the Haima S1 (below) When are you going to launch this, Haima? China Car Times wants!

haima s1 Haima 3 sports edition

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  • jackson liu
    January 24, 2008

    I’ve always hated these Altezza lights

  • Ash
    January 25, 2008

    I love the side profile, but the front end is lacking….

  • Colin G
    January 25, 2008

    Is it just me or is there more than a hint of old style Mazda 6 about the grille and rear tail lights? Side profile is nothing exciting except the wheels are too small! And gold wheels on a red car…..why?

  • Ash
    January 25, 2008

    Haima were once in a JV with Mazda, but then Haima was bought up by FAW, who continued the Mazda JV. Im thinking that Haima gets a technology/design share out of the deal.

    Haima made the Mazda 323 and Mazda Premacy (and the new Premacy) in China.

  • Colin G
    January 25, 2008

    That would explain the mazda like grill and lights then. It’s not a bad design as such, just not overly original. Those gold wheels though!!

  • jin jin
    January 28, 2008

    why not just call it Mazda 3

  • Ash
    January 28, 2008

    Because its not a Mazda 3?

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