The Chinese analogue of the popular Gelandewagen will cost 4 times cheaper than the originalOctober 9, 2019
BAIC launches sales of a special version of the updated BJ80 SUV called the 70th Anniversary. Its release was timed to the anniversary of the founding of the PRC.
Beijing BJ80, which is the Chinese “clone” of the popular German Mercedes-Benz G-Class, received the new 70th Anniversary special edition. For such an SUV in Chinese car dealerships, they will have to pay 331,949 yuan. It is almost 4 times cheaper than the original Gelandewagen. For comparison, the basic version of this SUV in the Middle Kingdom costs 1,329,000 yuan
BJ80 2020 receives a 2-color bodywork, silver lining on the bumpers and spare wheel cover, as well as chrome moldings, a spectacular off-road body kit and overall wheel arch extensions.
The novelty has become 85 mm wider and has acquired red brake calipers and 20 inch alloy wheels. All-wheel drive SUV is driven by a 2.3-liter 250-horsepower turbo engine from Saab 9-5, working in tandem with 6AKPP. The list of options for cars from the limited series includes a premium audio system with 8 speakers and a subwoofer, modern multimedia with voice control, video surveillance cameras and an additional climate control unit, which is responsible for the comfort of rear passengers.
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