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Old 04-14-2010, 02:46 PM   #21
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Landwind Europe launched their website: http://www.landwind.eu/ (Dutch) & http://www.landwind.eu/uk/ (English)

The Dutch daily current affairs programme EénVandaag (OneToday) took notice of the press conference of the reintroduction of the brand (from 17:00 minutes): http://www.uitzendinggemist.nl/index...123870625bebeb

They have also driven the car and are quite positive about the CV9. The build quality of the (new) interior was decent, although the materials are not very scratch resistant. The handling is also good, the car does lean over more than average in corners, but it's also very comfortable except for the fact that the wind noise is a bit loud around the a-pillards.

Moreover, the CV9 is priced very competitive, especially for a 7-seat midi-MPV.

Landwind will start selling the CV9 at 35 dealerships and 45 locations in The Netherlands. I will make a test drive as soon as I can



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Originally Posted by Telegraaf.nl / Autovisie
Landwind and brings CV9 & CV5

Vianen - Netherlands Landwind is back in business! The Chinese brand brings from the July CV9 on the market for a base price of € 14.495. The Ford C-Max-like vehicles are supplied with 97 bhp 1.6 engine and will eventually also with 140 horsepower four-cylinder and a 2.0-electric version. Next year also follows the small CV5 as Aygo competitor for 6 grand.

Importer Peter Bijvelds (Landwind Motor Corporation Europe) seems a good offer this MPV in the ultra low end in your hands. Provided of course that the promise of three stars in the EuroNCAP crash test by the brand next month could be realized. The CV9 is spacious, four-or six persons (with two extra seats in third row, 499 euro) and costs € 16.995 in the most complete implementation.

This aspect is also quadruple due to the fact that nobody back in the normal heart should be. The car is back with only two seatbelts provided. In terms of driving, you will again not too many proposals. The engine is lively enough, but makes a lot of noise and the handling is average. The steering is light but also pretty genoemg indirectly. Nevertheless, many relatively little room for coins.

If it is to Peter Bijvelds, associated with CV9 not for the Netherlands. He has been engaged in full CV5, a small country the size of Wind in the Toyota Aygo. Coincidentally (?) Seem to cars also somewhat similar. The Landwind CV5 was here for about 6000 euro on the market be to come.

In China, sales of this car in the A-segment early this year started. Currently there are 5500 copies sold per month. Peter Bijvelds, CEO of the European importer: "This CV5 costs in China, Euro 3200 and if I make an estimate, that would be in the Netherlands around 6000 Euro hatch. Our Chinese parent company, Jiangling Motor Holding, has a wide range of models. "

Condition for the emergence of CV5 end of 2011 is that the introduction of the midi-MPV-CV9 the months ahead smoothly.


Source: http://www.telegraaf.nl/autovisie/au...9_n_CV5__.html



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Old 04-18-2010, 04:37 AM   #23
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Source: http://www.autoweek.nl/autonieuws/14...n-Landwind-CV9



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Landwind CV9 1.6 Comfort











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+ Very spacious
+ Competitive price
+ Very comfortable

- Low level of refinement
- Indirect steering

Complete road test: http://www.autozine.nl/text/839.html



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Old 04-18-2010, 07:34 AM   #26
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Again German temporarely license plates. Is the car still not EU licensed and has it be imported in the Netherlands with the German single type approval??
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Old 06-17-2010, 09:35 AM   #27
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With the advent of the Landwind CV9 Netherlands has a new budget MPV richer. We have some additional specifications of the model.

The delivery of the Landwind CV9 is fairly clear. There is a 1.6-liter and 2.0-liter gasoline engine available and the equipment levels are available in the Base and Comfort.
The 1.6-liter rated at 97 hp and a peak torque of 142 Nm. The maximum speed is 170 km / h and accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h is in 11.9 seconds. If fuel consumption is 7.1 liters at 100 km and the emission was given 169 g / km. The 2.0-liter 140 bhp and maximum torque is 186 Nm. It provides a full speed of 195 km / h and sprint from zero to 100 km / h takes place in 10.0 seconds. Consumption and emissions are not yet known.
The Base version is among other 15-inch steel wheels, a height-adjustable driver seat with lumbar support and an Isofix connections. The Comfort adds further include alloy wheels, parking sensors, remote central locking, power windows and mirrors, fog lamps, a semi-automatic climate control, audio system with a USB connection and a leather-wrapped steering wheel to it.
The 1.6-liter base cost 14,495 euros and 16,995 euros is comfort. The prices of the 2.0-liter, only a comfort for sale is not yet known.
Source: http://www.autoweek.nl/autonieuws/14...s-Landwind-CV9 (Translated with Google Translate)

The Landwind CV9 passed the moose test: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ozTSj...layer_embedded
Landwind has currently 20 dealerships in the Netherlands now: http://www.landwind.eu/nl/dealers-vinden
Most of them sell already Mitsubishi, Kia, Hyundai, Daihatsu, Subaru or Chevrolet.



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Landwind is coming to Spain also. Cars will be imported by Grupo Berge:
http://es.autoblog.com/2010/06/27/be...-los-landwind/

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Bergé Group will be responsible for distribution in Spain's second automotive brand of Chinese origin. Following the introduction of BYD, which will Landwind is ready to take a part of the compact MPV segment with the new CV9.

As reported by the Chinese company, the CV9 has been developed to like in Europe. This point has been made items such as suspension, steering, comfort of seats and even completed, in order to create a product more interesting. Security can not be a problem and although there is no ESP, will be reinforced pillars, protection bars, four airbags, ABS, etc. Prices do not know them now, but knowing that in the Netherlands start from € 14,500, this could be around € 12,500. We'll know in the last quarter.
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Old 07-14-2010, 04:26 PM   #29
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According to Peter Bijvelds, the first 150 cars have been sold: http://www.landwind.eu/system/attach...pdf?1278230454



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Hello D-C, as you probably know, working with figures was never one of the strongest skills of Bijvelds. I remember how many X6 he had 'sold'. Keep an eye on the Dutch import figures (RAI) and keep us up-to-date!
It would be nice to see the CV9 perform in the Euro-NCAP, as the car has only 3 stars (34,3 points) in the C-NCAP. I guess it will be 2 stars in the EuoNCAP. Do you agree?
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