Crash Testing Chinese Export Cars

According to a test by the Dutch Car Consumer Association (ANWB) and it’s European counter parts driving the new Chinese SUV Jiangling Landwind gives another meaning to knocking the front screen.

With the moderate speed of 65 Kilometres bumping frontally into another car or enduring a nice side-impact crash will result in one thing. Death.

The Dutch Car Consumer Association emphasizes they have been crash testing cars for some time now and in more than 20 years it hasn’t seen such a sad result.

Jiangling Landwind China

The German Car Consumer Association (ADAD) makes a possible buyer experience more vivid. Click “Gefährlicher Import aus China: Landwind” and enjoy your ride.

Source: - ANWB: Chinese terreinauto levensgevaarlijk (Dutch)
Extra links: The manufacturer of this crash verhicle(Chinese)

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One Response to “Crash Testing Chinese Export Cars”

  1. Wisnu
    September 20th, 2005 03:04

    What do you think of Ford F-150 and Isuzu Rodeo here? See the website

    I guess the Dutch must have missed Ford and Isuzu in their test.

    Take the Touareg instead. German best!


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