The US market Ford Fusion has already been aired in the states, the Chinese version has not yet been officially aired but we have seen it plenty of times out testing and we do enjoy its thinking mans Aston Martin looks, we’re quite sure it will shake up the market when it does arrive in the PRC in early 2013. The Ford Fiesta is likely to be…

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The new Kia Sorrento has been spied filling up at a Chinese gas station, the Sorrento is not made in China but it certainly sells well in China. The Sorrento is made in Korea and imported to the Chinese market, over the past few years the big SUV has made quite an impression in China, perhaps not quite as well as the smaller, locally made Sportage but…

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Chery’s internal product line up is not exactly coherent, one one side of the dealership you have the ‘premium’ Chery products such as the Chery A3 that were designed by international designers, on the other hand you have Chery’s low cost economy products that look like they were designed within an hours time frame. The A3 falls into the premium category,…

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Mercedes unveiled their facelift GLK SUV in March this year with computer renders showing the minor changes to the cars front and rear: More bulbous lights at the front in line with the other Merc SUV’s, and a redesigned front clip with LED day light running lights.

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Chery’s A3 has been a rallying point for the company, the Italian designed hatch and sedan showed that Chery was moving away from odd designed vehicles and trying its best to keep up with the automotive world’s latest design trends. When the A3 aired it was arguably the best looking Chinese hatchback on the road, but that was 2009 and no major updates…

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Hyundai are a company that can do no wrong, the Korean brand has seemingly come from no where in the past 24 months to being one of the more note worthy brands. The Elantra was already a strong seller in the Chinese market, although that’s probably due to multiple generation of vehicles being on sale, but the latest Elantra is going to wipe the floor…

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The FRV has quickly become a bread and butter car for Brilliance, the hatchback first aired in late 2008 and quickly became popular thanks to its low cost but spacious interior. Over the course of the past 4 years the FRV has been given several minor updates and also a Crossover version. The latest facelift brings the FRV in line with the recently launched…

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The B70 has been on the market since 2006 and its starting to show, the 70 is based on the last generation Mazda6 and was designed by the Italian designer Giugiaro at Italdesign. For one of the first ‘big name’ brands from state owned Chinese automotive manufacturers the B70 has proven to be a hit, early sales were in excess of 8000 units…

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The FRV was Brilliance’s life force over the past two years, the mini car has certainly raised Brilliance’s profile in a major way by being their bread and butter vehicle in some hard times. The company followed up the launch of the FRV with the oddly proportioned FSV saloon which was not as popular as FRV or its larger BS4 cousin. For 2012 Brilliance…

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SouEast maybe a small company but they have not slowed down their work on improving the SouEast V3 over the past few years, the V3 is based off the last generation of Mitsubishi Lancer so has a solid platform underneath of it The V3 is powered by a 1.5L engine which is popular with younger buyers who are eager to push the limits of the 120bhp engine….

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The Tiguan has been a major hit for Shanghai VW since it was first introduced last year, the car first came to the Chinese market as an imported model but the car was later put into production locally where it became very popular very quickly with long lead times and some dealers increasing the pricing. The imported Tiguan came with a more offroad friendly…

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The Hover H6 is the first new Hover from Great Wall that is not based around a facelift of the original Hover H3, the H6 is going to be a city-fied car that has a greater focus on its handling rather than its offroad ability when it finally makes it to the roads. Chinese consumers got their first look at the H6 when it was launched at the Shanghai Auto…

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Beijing-Benz, the joint venture between Beijing Auto Industry Corp (BAIC) and Mercedes Benz have finally unveiled their locally built GLK for the Chinese market. The premium crossover market has certainly heated up in the past few months since the market leaders, Audi, introduced the Q5 meaning that Audi’s Germanic rivals have had to rush their own…

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