In China, began to sell two new crossover from Yema – Bojun and EC60March 27, 2019
Outwardly, these two SUVs do not differ much from each other, but their “filling” is different. So, Bojun is equipped with a gasoline engine, and EC60 – an electric power plant.
The Chinese company YEMA introduced two new crossovers to the home market – the Bojun gasoline and the EC60 electric. The first cross got five available complete sets and two engines. This is a 112-strong one-and-a-half liter “aspirated” and the same volume of turbo engine with a return of 156 horsepower. The “younger” engine relies five-step “mechanics”, a more powerful engine works in conjunction with the variator.
The most affordable YEMA Bojun will cost Chinese motorists 57,800 yuan, the most equipped SUV costs 32,000 yuan more expensive.
Electric YEMA EC60 with a 156-strong electric motor under the hood is available in two trim levels, for which 159,800 and 189,800 yuan are asked for at local car dealerships. Without recharging such a cross is able to cover a distance of 460 kilometers.
The list of new SUV equipment includes modern multimedia with an eight-inch touchscreen, Internet and support for voice control, a rear-view camera, LED DRL, electronic handbrake, keyless engine start system and much more.
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