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Extreme Tuning from China: Kia Qianlima

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The Kia Qianlima, best translated as ‘Long Distance Race Horse’, was a small sedan made in China by the Dongfeng-Yueda-Kia joint venture from 2003 until 2006. The Qianlima was based on the Hyundai Excel (X3), made in South Korea from 1998 until 2000. The Qianlima was a cheap, reliable and fine car, but not a car that made the heart go much faster. One Qianlima owner in Beijing made things much better!

Kia Qianlima China

The standard Qianlima. It was available with two engines: a 1.3 with 83hp and a 1.6 with 104hp. Price started at 65.800 yuan and ended at 91.800 yuan (2006).

Extreme Tuning from China: Kia Qianlima

I found this beauty right in my own street, parked next to a bank. It seems the owner wanted to change his Qianlima into a Mitsubishi Lancer EVO. Nice work, great bodykit, especially the part under the grille.

Extreme Tuning from China: Kia Qianlima

Much more plastic at the back. Big wing, double exhaust pipes. Must go like a horse from hell!

Extreme Tuning from China: Kia Qianlima

Compare with standard Qianlima:

Kia Qianlima China

Yeah.

Kia Qianlima China

Factory pic from the Dongfeng-Yueda-Kia Qianlima. Note horse-shaped logo on the upper-left.

Kia Qianlima model

If you are a fan on the Kia Qianlima you can buy this nice 1:18 at Paudi (not a sponsor, yet(?)), for 90 US dollar.

Kia Qianlima police car

Found me a Kia Qianlima police car.

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