The cheapest analogue of the new Chevrolet Captiva became available for purchaseOctober 18, 2019
In China, sales of the updated Baojun 530 crossover, which is almost a complete analogue of the new generation Chevrolet Captiva, began. This car is considered the most affordable of all existing analogues of the new Captiva.
Starting today, October 18, in China, you can buy a restyled Baojun 530, which is considered the cheapest analogue of the new Chevrolet Captiva. Such a crossover receives new bumpers, a “grown” grille in the style of the flagship Baojun RS-5, as well as modernized optics. Inside the SUV appeared a virtual dashboard and advanced multimedia with a large vertical touchscreen and voice control support. Also, the updated cross can now boast of all-round video surveillance cameras.
After the upgrade, the Baojun 530 became 40 mm longer (4,655 mm), but it retained the rest of its parameters. Salon cars can be designed for six or seven seats.
Under the hood of the novelty, you can find the only affordable one and a half liter turbo engine with a capacity of 147 hp. It works in tandem with a 6-speed manual transmission or CVT variator. Drive – non-alternative front.
Recall, Baojun 530 can be bought not only in China, but also in other countries, however, it may have different names there. In Thailand and South America, for example, he is known as the Chevrolet Captiva, in India as the MG Hector, and in Indonesia as the Wuling Almaz. For the most affordable Baojun 530 in Chinese car dealerships, you will have to pay from 77,800 yuan. This is the cheapest price among all the known analogues of Chevrolet Captiva.
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