Saturday, May 27, 2006

More Chinese cars coming

Following on the heels of McCarthy, another local company plans to import cars from China and sell them at entry level prices.
TJM Holdings intends to start selling entry-level Chinese-made cars in South Africa next year, hoping to price them at below R70 000, reports Business Day.
"The move will enhance vehicle affordability but upset established car makers," the report reads.
"We are on the verge of a new wave of new Chinese vehicles coming into SA," TJM business development manager, Jason Bygate, told the paper.
China plans to become a large global car exporter, resulting in the deals with McCarthy and the two-year-old TJM.
The company plans to import the CK1 sedan from manufacturer Geely and is currently being tested in South Africa to determine its suitability.
TJM could expand the range at a later date, Bygate said.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

they keep on saying htey coming but never come...

1:24 PM  

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