My opinion about the rest of the locals:
Brilliance Splendor (BS4): It still looks great, but it's getting old, plus they ruined the interior in the facelifted model.
BYD G3: Based on F3, so it's also a copy of the (previous generation) Toyota Corolla (EX)
BYD L3: Based on F3/G3, so it's also a copy of the (previous generation) Toyota Corolla (EX)
BYD M6: Clone of the Toyota Estima. BYD is one of my least favourite Chinese manufacturers because their complete line-up is cloned.
ChangAn Zhixiang CX30: Nice hatchback of the underestimated Zhixiang, however the proportions are like the Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback not great
Chery Cowin 1: Horrible facelift of the dated QQ6, which was quite ugly too, but at least the QQ6 had some character
Chery Fulwin 2 hatchback: the liftback looks great, the hatchback miserable
Chery Tiggo: Facelifted version of a dated clone of the previous generation Toyota RAV4. The 1.6S engine is impressive, however.
Dongfeng Joyear: why is the Joyear leading at the Chinese internet voters? It's a wannabe Mitsubishi Grandis, moreover a clone of the previous generation Renault Scénic
Dongfeng Fengshen H30: good-looking hatchback version of the impressive Fengshen S30
Dongfeng Shuai MPV: based on the 2nd generation Nissan Serena
Europestar L3: an already dated Proton
Europestar L3 sedan: an already dated Proton
Great Wall Phenom: (Flopped) copy of the Toyota Yaris.
Great Wall Florid Cross: Cross version of the Florid, thus a copy of the Scion xA/previous generation Toyota ist.
Great Wall Haval/Hover M2: Cross version of the flopped Coolbear, thus a copy of the previous generation Scion xB/Toyota bB.
Great Wall Voleex V80: just a reintroduction of the flopped Cowry, still a copy of the previous generation Toyota Noah
Haima Prince: Copy of the Chevrolet Spark/Daewoo Matiz; Changan Benben Mini is a much better deal for the same money
Haima2 Cupid: Haima must learn to stand on their own legs and not trying to imitate Mazdas
Haima7 Knight: Based on Mazda Tribute architecture, the design resembles a little too much with (a shrunken version of) the Hyundai Santa Fe. Except for that it's one of the best (looking) SUVs of the local automakers, but it's expensive too
Huatai Terracan: Well, it was a licensed Hyundai Terracan, but now with their own logos. Applause for Huatai...
Rely X5: One of the biggest disappointments of Chery in the last years.
Rely H5: Copy of the JDM Toyota Hiace?
Riich G5: Very nice sedan, but the introduction is 4 years too late (introduced as Chery A6 4,5 years ago!)
Xiali N5: Quite nice for such a small and cheap sedan, but the safety levell is poor (C-NCAP)