Baojun 530 comes from SAIC-GM-Wuling, Baojun 530 is positioned in a compact SUV, it was officially launched on March 11, 2018. The front face of Baojun 530 uses a double-banner chrome-plated hexagonal grille, the front headlights on both sides use a split design. The LED daytime running lights feature a long, narrow design, they are combined with air intake grille.
Body size of Baojun 530 measures at 4655/1835/1760mm and the wheelbase is 2750mm, curb weight 1541kg.
In terms of configuration, Baojun 530 provides LED daytime running lights, front parking radar, sunroof or panoramic sunroof, reversing image, luggage rack, shark fin antenna and other configurations according to different models. Baojun 530 is equipped with a 215/60 R17 tire and a silver-black two-color multi-spoke alloy rim.
Baojun 530 is powered by 1.8-Liter and 1.5-Liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engines in China market. The maximum power of the 1.8-liter engine is 101kW/5600rpm, the maximum torque is 186N.m, and the maximum power of the 1.5T engine is 110kW/5500rpm, maximum torque 230N.m. 1.5T engine matches 6-speed manual, 6-speed dual clutch or CVT gearbox, 1.8L matches 5-speed AMT.
On January 3, 2019, the 7-seat version of Baojun 530 was officially launched. Baojun 530 7-seat adopts 2+3+2 seat layout to meet the needs of family use. The new car has launched 3 manual and 2 automatic transmission models, with price range of 78,800-97,800 (~US$11,432 – US$14,188) in China market.
Baojun 530 7-seat version can achieve 4/6 ratio fold in the second row and 5/5 ratio fold in the third row. The trunk space expanded to 1051L after the fold-flat of 2nd and 3rd row.
Baojun 530 7-seat is powered by a new 1.5T engine (model N15T), max power remain the same of 110kW, peak torque reaches 250 N.m. The powertrain is matched to the new CVT gearbox model CTF25, simulating 8-speed.
Baojun is a Chinese auto brand established by SAIC-GM-Wuling in 2010. General Motors (China) President Gan Wenwei listed Baojun marque as the fourth-largest brand of GM in China, which is in parallel with Buick, Chevrolet and Cadillac.
SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile (SGMW), which was formally established on November 18, 2002, is owned by Shanghai Automotive Group, General Motors Corporation of the United States and Guangxi Automobile Group (formerly Liuzhou Wuling Automobile), a large joint venture automobile company in China.
Baojun is an entry-level car brand in China market since it’s born, with the replacement of the new badge, Baojun is challenging the higher-end brand image.
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