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Old 09-20-2018, 02:12 AM   #51
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Default Jiangnan T11E (JNJ7000EVA12)

The latest EV version of the TT, called T11E, is propelled by a 24 kW motor backed by a 22 kWh battery pack. NEDC range, according to MIIT, is 255 km, as good as that of many other new small EVs.
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Old 09-21-2018, 11:42 AM   #52
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Default Re: Models of Jiangnan Auto

MIIT rating of a 255 km. range is quite impressive, as I had previously only seen specs of under 200 km.
In any event, according to the following account at carnewschina.com
the old Alto-based Jiangnan models have been discontinued...., both ICE and EV?
What's the real scoop on this time-honored Suzuki knock off?

https://www.coolcarsinchina.com/2018...n-suzuki-alto/

Incidentally, where would the China auto industry be without the devoted input of Suzuki, Daihatsu and Mitsubishi?

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Old 09-21-2018, 12:57 PM   #53
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MIIT rating of a 255 km. range is quite impressive, as I had previously only seen specs of under 200 km.
In any event, according to the following account at carnewschina.com
the old Alto-based Jiangnan models have been discontinued...., both ICE and EV?
What's the real scoop on this time-honored Suzuki knock off?

https://www.coolcarsinchina.com/2018...n-suzuki-alto/

Incidentally, where would the China auto industry be without the devoted input of Suzuki, Daihatsu and Mitsubishi?
Real-world range would be about 25%-35% lower, from what I gather in general from various NEDC vs WLTP vs EPA discussions on the web (not going into details of the several testing cycles though, just a rough estimate).

Last production of the Jiangnan TT (ICE) was in January of this year (<100 units), so we may consider production has ended, but T11 (EV) production/delivery has continued into the year, the latest taking place in June (~800 units YTD), so T11 is still very much there, and will be for some more time.

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