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Post time 2007-5-11 11:41:36 |Display all floors
I get the feeling that the BRITISH CLUB would not disadvantaged CHINA CAR MANUFACTURERS to penetrate the EUROPEAN UNION, UNITED STATES, ASEAN/AUSTRALIA!

All the Chinese Car manufacturers need to do is:-
(1) Build LOCAL BRAND NAMEs for Malayan, British, Australian, Canadian, South African cars.
(2) Do Designing and marketing in those nations while importing all the labour intensive module from China, Vietnam, Thailand or Myanmar?
(3) Do prototyping institute in China, maybe making Guangzhou...as the "doorway" to British club nations. (natural door way, just like Shanghai is to United States, and Tianjin to Korea/Japan region) using PLATFORMs all over China.

We can have LOCAL SHAREHOLDING in the "quicky car companies" and avoid many "political problems"...

How's that for an idea? British Club is an "ideal group"!!!!!



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Post time 2007-5-14 10:46:15 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greendragon at 2007-5-11 11:41
I get the feeling that the BRITISH CLUB would not disadvantaged CHINA CAR MANUFACTURERS to penetrate the EUROPEAN UNION, UNITED STATES, ASEAN/AUSTRALIA!

All the Chinese Car manufacturers need to ...


You saw the VIVA????

better than mousedeer Kancil!!!
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Post time 2007-5-14 16:38:36 |Display all floors

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The 1,000litre model should face a huge marketing hurdle!

the large size, small engine could be "underpowering" for the 660cc and 850cc engines.
and the higher price of Rmb57,000 and Rmb68,000 will dissapoint their based customers "first time car buyer, new to job market niche"

I think PERODUA would perform average with this changes.


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Post time 2007-5-14 16:41:09 |Display all floors

Reply #3 greendragon's post

I think the ISWARA will benefit as it only cost Rmb52,000.....and it 1.3 litre car!

but...who can say...market decides!
with higher fuel prices, now Rmb4.0 per litre, many people will postpone that new car!


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Post time 2007-5-14 16:43:11 |Display all floors
Originally posted by greendragon at 2007-5-14 16:38
The 1,000litre model should face a huge marketing hurdle!

the large size, small engine could be "underpowering" for the 660cc and 850cc engines.
and the higher price of Rmb57,000 and  ...



Theirs is not about size.......

but Efficiency!!!
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Post time 2007-5-14 16:49:44 |Display all floors

Reply #5 caringhk's post

Underpowered cars are "not so nice" or "safe" to drive!

and it is not "efficient" to drive "underpowerd cars"....it strains the engine.
but i was told the car has some new technology, ...

so let's wait for the "Auto Commentator" to take the car "out for a spin" and make the proper reports!


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Post time 2007-5-14 16:50:52 |Display all floors

Mr. CaringHK...in the past, the Kancil or "Mira"...

...was a POWER PACKED mini car.

It could overtake a PROTON....easily!
wonder how'd it performed now with its larger body....

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