The CS95 is Changan’s largest SUV to date, with 7-seat capacity and dimensions of 4.949/1.930/1.785m with a 2.810mm wheelbase, which makes it a competitor to the GAC Trumpchi GS8 and Haval H8. The CS95 starts at 159.800 yuan (€ 21.500,-/US$23,200) and runs up to 229.800 yuan. It’s powered by a 2-liter turbo engine with 218hp/350Nm, mated to a 6-speed automatic gearbox. Four-wheel drive will also be available. Styling appears to have taken a few clues from the Toyota Highlander.
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