Articles about BAIC

Two new Chinese offerings
Good news for Filipino car buyers looking for a China-made ride: BAIC has just added two new offerings to its lineup--a compact crossover, and an MPV.The BJ20 is described by the Chinese carmaker as a "rugged and edgy" SUV
Another 'inspired' Chinese clone
There was a time when it was easy to poke fun at the Chinese car industry, seeing rather too many of its models as blatant copies of designs familiar in Europe. The Range Rover Evoque-aping Land Wind X7 is a classic
Eight-seater transporter by way of China
Test drives must always be tempered by realistic expectations. Many readers compare local reviews with foreign reviews, and are left puzzled by how we seem to arrive at different conclusions despite having similar observations on our drives.The answer is simple: controlled
2 new models could be launched this year
If you were among the thousands of visitors who ogled cars and booth girls at the Philippine International Motor Show last year, then you most likely already know the car brand BAIC. This Chinese carmaker, officially distributed by Bayan Automotive Industries Corp.
Check out its initial offerings
Universal Motors Corporation--the erstwhile Philippine distributor of Nissan commercial vehicles before Nissan Philippines Inc. was established to take over the Japanese carmaker's operations in the country--is now the importer and seller of Chinese-made BAIC vehicles.BAIC belongs to
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