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Crash Time China: taxi hits Maserati GranTurismo

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Nasty car crash in China in the great city of Hangzhou in Zhejiang Province. A Volkswagen Santana Vista taxi hit a Maserati GranTurismo hard at the passenger door resulting shiploads of damage to both vehicles. Fortunately nobody got seriously hurt, but that Maserati doesn’t look too good…

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That door, needs to be replaced. The body work however seems basically all right, except for some scratches here and there. Price for a GranTurismo starts at 2.46 million yuan or 403.000 USD, and repairs are incredible expensive in China. The owner of this car is looking at at least a 100.000 yuan. Local media were late at the site, so what caused the accident is not sure at the moment. But the Volkswagen was the hitter…

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Bonnet, bumper, and light are gone beyond repair. Suspension likely damaged as well.

The Volkswagen Santana Vista is still in production today, the latest in a long line of China-only Volkswagen Santanas based on the Brazilian-build Volkswagen do Brasil Santana 2000 which again was based on the ancient Volkswagen Passat B2. Current price starts at 58.900 yuan and ends at 79.800 yuan. The all-new Volkswagen Santana, a much smaller and less interesting car, was launched on the China car market in December last year.

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Volkswagen behind truck, Maserati on truck. An so it should be. Time now, for our Famous China-Maserati GranTurismo Collection™: 4200GT, shiny purple blue, matte-pinkish red, woman, shiny blue, glitter, GranTurismo S in Bling, with whipping babe, crash, Beijing-Bling, crash, and DMC.




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