New Geely SUV


Coming out in about a year.
About the size of a CRV with a 1.8 or 2.0 liter engine. 2.2 Liter diesel will also be available.

So if Chinese Geey finally decides to sell cars in Europe or the US, we might even see it for real…

Conversation 10 comments

  1. Yeah, that is ugly and I am sure the interior quality is abysmal.

    I’ll take a CR-V even if it costs $3,000 more, thanks…

  2. I hope it never gets to Europe or the States. We should not be supporting China and its Communist regime, which has been ever increasingly violating its people’s rights.

    And, on a side note, this shit is gaudy and tacky as hell.

  3. This is more original or better looking than anything else in its class. Korean, Japanese or European. Compare this to the shameful BMW X3, Land Rover Freelander, Honda CR-V, etc etc. No way you can say the Chinese are copying or they are unoriginal.

  4. any of you still have the idea of the old china under Mao’s control need to wake up. China is one of THE MOST capitalist countries in the world right now period. if you have the skill, opportunity and/or money you will prosper beyond your wildest dream, on the other hand, if you are a bottom feeder without any education/skill/wealth you wither off and die, it’s that simple.

  5. I agree, we shouldn’t support the communists by buying a car! That actually looks a little like a Traverse! Nothing the Chicoms do is original!

  6. I hope it never gets to Europe or the States. We should not be supporting China and its Communist regime, which has been ever increasingly violating its people’s rights.

    At least they aren’t illegally detaining and torturing people in Guantanamo Bay.

    Like China or not, doesn’t it have a right to compete in the world marketplace? I mean we buy oil from Saudi Arabia which isn’t exactly known for human rights either.

    The Mac computer I’m using right now and my iPhone were both made in China, and they work great. Perhaps their cars will be far better quality than the first Hyundais that came to the States.

    As for styling, the Chinese have a rather odd sense of it…or more precisely a very different sense of it. But I have seen them do better recently in what seems to be an attempt to appeal to markets outside their own.

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