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  1. It looks like a miniature Ferrari, which is not surprising if the styling is indeed by Pininfarina. But these Chinese cars do terribly in the European crash tests. Is it truly worth it to drive a good looking inexpensive deathtrap?

  2. Is it truly worth it to drive a good looking inexpensive deathtrap?

    October 6, 2007 5:49 PM
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    THEY HAVE TESTS TO PASS TO ENTER USA….YOU KNOW? SEEMS YOU DON’T. YOU FROM CANADA OR SOMETHING? 😉

    C’Mon, people, common sense here, please.

    There was a story past 10 days, China/NHSTA signed an agreement to work together for many issues, including getting their cars up to speed for sale in USA.
    It was even on our local news!
    Didn’t Brilliance claim last year they’d be selling cars here by 08?
    Think they may be blowing smoke.
    Maybe 2010.
    This is nice. I want one.
    Sick of Honda and GM playing games, like with their 08 mid-sized sedans, NO OPTIONS, forced to spend more $$$ to get options you want, on overpriced cars.

  3. This car looks great, I would buy one especially as there is no Honda Prelude, Acura Integra/RSX, and Toyota Celica available anymore. Of course there are always idiots who say the Chinese can never match European or American quality standards, but really, thats not too hard to do, especially since the Japanese and Koreans have already surpassed them.

  4. the begining of the end the italiands and chinese together the communist countries are taking over r do not buy this crap!!!!!!!!

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