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Yema T70 SUV debuts in China on the Chengdu Auto Show

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The Yema T70 SUV debuted earlier today on the 2014 Chengdu Auto Show. The Yema T60, formerly known as the Yema B60X, is a brand new compact SUV. Design is a curious mix combining influences from Volkswagen and Audi. Nevertheless, this is the best looking Yema ever.

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Dash just neat enough but all a bit too black. Quality of the materials seems all right. The Yema T70 will be powered by a new 1.8 liter four-cylinder petrol engine with 131hp, mated to a 5-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic, sending power to the front wheels. Yema is also working on a new 1.8 turbo with about 170hp. This engine will be mated to a CVT. Price will start around 80.000 yuan and end around 120.000 yuan.

Size: 4555/1835/1688, wheelbase is 2665.

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The T70 is the biggest Yema-branded car so far. It is based on a new platform that will also spawn an MPV and various other SUV’s.

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The grille is in Range Rover style with a newly designed Yema logo.

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Very speedy lettering. The red thingy is an Y we guess.

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Exhaust pipe is invisible. Skid pad for mountaineering.

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1 COMMENT

  1. Still a Tiguan wannabe. Interior looks okay though.

    (I take back my comment about calling that thing hideous in the last T70 article in May, but thank God it doesn’t use a lousy 30-year-old platform)

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