Monthly and annual sales figures for the Bisu M3 in China.
The Bisu M3 is built on the same platform as the Huansu H3.
BAIC has a dizzying spaghetti of subsidiaries and a confusing collection of brands and subbrands, and they continue to expand that network: the Beiqi-Yinxiang Joint Venture with Yinxiang Motorcycle Group, which already produces the Huansu (sub?)brand in Chongqing, has launched a second brand in 2016: Bisu Auto. Whereas Huansu is aimed at Chinese cheap car buyers in general, Bisu is marketed specifically to young cheap car buyers, similar to the Cowin subbrand of Chery. The brand’s two first models are a crossover T3 and this MPV called M3. The M3 is built on the same platform as the Huansu H3 MPV and measures 4.760/1.810/1.751mm with the same 2.800mm wheelbase as the H3. The two models also share the same 1,5-liter engine with 113hp and 150Nm and 5-speed manual transmission. A 1,5-liter turbocharged engine with 140hp is expected to debut later in 2017.
The Bisu M3 seats 7 in a 2/2/3 configuration, all within its almost 4,8 meters of length. Prices range from 61.900 yuan (€ 8.400,- / US$9,000) to 83.900 yuan (€ 11.400,- / US$12,200), which means it starts where the Huansu H3 ends, but similar to the Chery Cowin V3.
Car sales statistics from China only include domestic production and exclude imported models.
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