The BYD Su Rui Sedan seems to be BYD’s game changing vehicle, the Su Rui was unveiled at the Beijing Auto Show in April this year and launched shortly afterwards with pricing starting at 80,000RMB and topping out at around 120,000RMB. The Su Rui has now become known as the BYD G5 for overseas markets and will soon be exported out of China. In the meantime,…

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The Prius was originally made between FAW and Toyota in cold Changchun, sales were not good. FAW-Toyota pulled the car from the market and are now coming back with the third generation and are hoping that sales might be better than the first generation. The new Prius is already in production in China and will officially hit the market on the 22nd February…

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The Skoda brand has gone from strength to strength since its relatively late (re)entry into the Chinese market in 2007, no doubt the Skoda brand is giving hope to other manufacturers such as Renault and Subaru who are also plotting local production at some point in the future, if they can get the permission to do so. Skoda’s current China line up is…

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Ford’s China line up largely consists of their European models – the Fiesta, Focus, Mondeo, S-Max and of course the Canadian made Edge fill up the Chinese Ford network. The Edge was introduced in mid 2010, although its overly American styling with the giant radiator style grill may have put some people off it seems that the Edge is gaining some niche…

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The MG5 and Roewe 350 may share a platform, but they are miles apart in the looks department. The 350 is a very middle of the road grandpa inspired design, the MG5 looks like a new hot hatch that is ready to roll with the best of them. The MG5 concept had its first airing at the Shanghai Auto Show earlier this year where it impressed the crowds and…

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Saab maybe shuttered for July and possibly August, but that has not stopped plans moving ahead for the production of Saab’s in the Chinese market, thanks to a life saving investment from Chinese partners Youngman and Pangda, the trio are planning to pin Saab’s survival on the red hot Chinese market. The Swedish-Chinese love triangle is working hard…

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