The car market is dynamic and has significant offers and new launches.
Here are some good models to consider.
Dongfeng is competitive on price, design and equipment
The Cidef company, with a long tradition of importing cars in Chile, recently launched three: The new Aeolus Y3 sports-style sedan, the Aeolus GS Cross crossover and the T5 SUV .
The first two are attractive cars that break the prevailing trend in Chile, because the first – Aeolus Y3 – is a sedan with an attractive sports design, with a high level of equipment and quality experience; while the Aeolus GS Cross moves between a station wagon and an SUV, to stay in the crossover category.
Both have a 1.5-liter inline 4-cylinder engine with 123 hp and 158 Nm of torque. In the case of the sedan, you can choose a 5-speed manual transmission or two 6-speed DCT dual-clutch transmission variants. This model has an interesting entry price of $9,990,000.
For the GS Cross, the block is mated to a 6-speed dual-clutch box. Its price starts at $11,990,000. And as if the two online premieres were not enough, Dongfeng also announced the arrival of the attractive T5 medium SUV, with a 4-cylinder inline engine, 120 hp and 151 Nm of torque linked to a 5- speed manual gearbox. Available from $10,990,000.
JMC Grand Avenue debuted with great presence and attractive prices
The All New Grand Avenue, by JMC, is the latest bet from this manufacturer of Chinese origin, which comes with a presence and design similar to its large segment pickup competitors. It is a truck powered by a turbodiesel engine, Puma of Ford origin, with a displacement of 2.3 liters, capable of offering 174 horsepower, with a torque of 445 Nm, which depending on the variant can be controlled by a transmission. -speed manual or an 8-speed automatic. It offers four-wheel drive and a double cab, with the latest in digital equipment.
Safety is also a priority in the All New Grand Avenue, as it has ABS brakes, front and side airbags, traction control and emergency braking assistant, added to its connections with Android Auto & Apple Carplay, backup camera. reverse, PEPS hands. -free opening system, push-button ignition, DPF system regeneration system with selective button, forgotten key alarm, door sills and next me home system. While the automatic version adds a 6-position electrically adjustable driver’s seat.
In terms of safety, both versions include 4 airbags, 4-wheel disc brakes with ABS and EBD, ESP stability control, TCS traction control, hill start assist, descent control, 5 3-point belts, 5 headrests, 2 Isofix anchors, anti – theft alarm, bumper with impact absorption system and child locks on the rear doors.