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Old 03-30-2006, 12:21 PM   #1
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Default Introducing: CHANGFENG YANGZI

CHANGFENG YANGZI is one of the many companies offering pickup's and pickup-based SUV's. Many of the models are based on old Isuzu and Toyota cars. Company is located in the city of Chuzhou in Anhui province in eastern China.



- company was founded in 1993

- in 2005 Changfeng (maker of Mitsubishi all-terrain models) bought the

- factory area: 250 000m2

- workforce: 809 people (in 2005)

- in 2003, Yangzi manufactured 13 180 cars and in 2004, 18 000 cars

- in the next three years Yangzi has invested over 500 million Yuan (or 50m
) to achieve a production level of 100 000 cars a year

Yangzi website:

(no information in English )



Currently there are five models offered. These are:

- YZK 6480 "Gold Unicorn" (SUV) 2003-
- Lucky Bell (pick-up) 2000-
- YZK 6480 "Lucky Bell" (SUV) 2000-
- YZK 1020 "Lucky Bell" (Pick-up, facelift) 2004-
- YZK 6498 "Travel" (Pick-up) 2001-

Also some buses with a passenger capacity of 12 to 19 are produced.



YZK 6480 "Lucky Bell"

YZK 6480 C1 "Lucky Bell" facelift

YZK "Lucky Bell" (2005 facelift)

What do you think ? Your thoughts ?
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