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Two New Wuling Jiachen MPV Models Launched In China, Price Starts At 10,500 USD

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SAIC-GM-Wuling (SGMW) recently launched two new Wuling Jiachen MPV models in addition to the models launched on June 15 this year. The two new models are the 1.5L MT Lightweight Comfort and 1.5T MT Lightweight Vitality, priced at 75,800 RMB (10,500 USD) and 80,800 RMB (11,200 USD) respectively.

The appearance and interior of the new models have not changed compared with the previously released model. The size is 4785/1820/1760mm, with a 2760mm wheelbase.

The front features a simple headlight design and a polygonal grille with V-shaped slats to mimic the logo and chrome decoration.

The new models also adopt the same 2+2+3 seat layout.

The interior is equipped with a 10.25-inch central screen and multifunction steering wheel with silver trim elements. The vehicle’s Ling OS operating system supports vehicle status monitoring, remote switch air conditioning, and Bluetooth key sharing. Other features include voice command, keyless entry, one-button start, and an electronic handbrake.

On the center console are an airline-style gear selector, twin cupholders, a pair of small storage pots, and a USB socket.

Power

The new Wuling Jiachen models are equipped with 1.5L and 1.5T turbocharged engines with a maximum power of 99/147 horsepower and a peak torque of 143/250 Nm, matched with a 6MT and an 8-speed CVT gearbox, respectively. For comparison, the previously released Wuling Jiachen only comes with a 1.5L turbocharged engine with a maximum power of 147 hp, peak torque of 250 Nm, and fuel efficiency of 7.2 liters/100 km, matched with an 8-speed CVT gearbox.

Source: PCAuto, AutoHome, DongCheDi

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Deja vu
    Seems odd that Wuling would launch another 1.5 Turbo-powered model with the same specs, just three months later than the the first June launch.

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