The boys could better opt for the Suzuki Swift, which I think is it's most direct competitor, with prices starting at 60.000 RMB. But the Swift is not a big success in China, is it?jmsteiny said:None taken, dragin!:laugh: Besides, this little car will look great with some ground effects bodywork, low profile tires, LED lights all around........the boys will love it too! :thumb: The QQ never looked real comfortable in a "macho" format - just too cute and feminine. IF Nissan prices this right (below the Livinia), it could REALLY be a huge success here. It gives you cool styling inside and out, more room and power than a Alto (it's potential nearest foreign competitor price-wise in the small hatchback market)........for potentially 10,000rmb more than the Alto - and WELL under the price of the Yaris and Fit. I hope you're ready Nissan - you just might be overwhelmed with demand for this little jewel.:nod:
Daihatsu is as popular as Suzuki in Japan in the Kei car class. Besides, the Swift, Splash (in India Ritz) and the European Alto (in India A-Star and some other countries Celerio) are no Kei cars.Rally Red Lancer GTS said:Suzuki literally rules the kei-class of automobiles in Japan.