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Кроссовер Haima S5 2018; новая модель во 2-м поколении

Кроссовер Haima S5 2018 — новая модель во 2-м поколении

Новый кроссовер Хайма С5 2018-2019 модельного года приобрел ряд модернизаций, которые придали внешности оригинальный вид, в нашей работе мы представим основные характеристики – дизайн, интерьер, размеры, оснащение, техничность и фотографии.

обновленный Haima S5 2019 года

Официальная премьера намечена на апрель этого года в рамках специального мероприятия автосалона в городе Пекин. Стоит отметить, что изготовленный Хайма С5 2018 предназначен заинтересовать молодое население Поднебесной и подробно рассмотрев дизайн можно с уверенностью сказать им удастся такой маневр.

Технические характеристики Хайма С5 Янг

В выборе двигателей модель, прямо скажем, не преуспела. Выбор отсутствует как таковой, потому как для всех комплектаций доступен один возможный двигатель. Это бензиновый 4-х цилиндровый атмосферный двигатель объемом 1,6 л, мощностью в 122 л.с.

В паре с ним работает 5- ступенчатая механическая трансмиссия. Подвеска самая простая и состоит из передних стоек типа МакФерсон, а сзади установлена торсионная балка. Бюджетный автомобиль оснащен передним приводом.

За безопасность отвечают 6 подушек безопасности и исковые вентилируемые тормоза не всех колесах.


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