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Article about Minyi (called Minz in Singapore) in Paultan:

Singapore is a place where both the original Hafei Lobo and the Naza Forza are sold in the same market, but Hafei in Singapore exists with a 2 model line-up. Other than the Lobo, there is also a little 7-seater van called the Hafei Minz.

Powering the Hafei Minz is a 1.1 liter engine that is different from the one found in the Forza/Lobo (1,051cc versus the Lobo/Forza’s 1,075cc), putting out 52 horsepower at 5,200rpm and 83Nm of torque at 3,000rpm (versus the Lobo/Forza’s 65 horses and 88Nm). It has a power steering and weighs about 1,050kg. It measures 3,745mm in length, 1,505mm in width and it is 1,925mm tall.

Think of it as a smaller and cheaper Suzuki APV with one less seat. If sold in Malaysia the Hafei Minz could cost under RM50,000, possibly making it the cheapest 7-seater MPV around if Naza Corporation ever decides to expand its Hafei-rebadging line-up with the Minz.

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Interior of Minyi:


SPECIFICATIONS:
Overall Length: mm 3745
Overall Width: mm 1505
Overall Height: mm 1925
Kerb Weight: kg 1050
Max Speed: km/h 110
Engine Type: 4 cylinders in line / MPI
Displacement: cc 1051
Max Output: bhp/rpm 52 / 5200
Max Torque: Nm/rpm 83 / 3000
Fuel Tank Capacity: km/l 36
Steering Type: Power

Minyi M408:



 

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this van in very nice i have seen it in venezuela, cheap and confortable engine is not the best 1.1 4 Cil , I will give it a 6.8 overall
 

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hahaha...I enjoy watching the elephant inside the van.Lolz..Can't imagine what happen if this would be a real elephant.
 

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Applause for Minyi !
It scored very well in the recent JD Power Initial Quality Survey. It had just 2.29 defects per car in a 100 car sampling. That's comparatively good for Chinese makers. It's too bad JD Power is so limited in the number of Chinese domestic cars it includes in its surveys.
SGM Wuling's Sunshine minivan was the other one that did well at 2.33.
 
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