The British-Chinese MG Motor started a fairly aggressive price war, as it reduced the price of its best-selling MG ZS model to a basic amount of CZK 399,940. In the second wave of the price raid, the price tag of the larger MG HS car went down, falling to CZK 579,900.

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MG is the most successful Chinese manufacturer in the Czech Republic so far.

The Chinese Dongfeng also volunteered, which reduced its bestseller by CZK 100,000 valid until December 24, 2023. Both the classic T5 EVO model, which is somewhat reminiscent of the Porsche Cayenne, and the Heat Wave edition, which is remotely similar to the Lamborghini Urus.

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Dongfeng T5 EVO starts at 664,900 CZK.

Both models have dropped to the lowest price for the entire sales period in the Czech Republic, when the T5 EVO costs a special 664,900 CZK, while the canary yellow Heat Wave will cost a special 699,900 CZK. CZK 9,490 for LED lamps and CZK 16,490 for paint/metallization appear in the surcharges.

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The interior of the T5 EVO follows the trend of connected main displays.

Who wouldn’t know what it’s all about, the T5 EVO SUV with its design is part of the Dongfeng Forthing family, i.e. in the upper middle class within the manufacturer’s hierarchy. The car has independent suspension on both axles, front-wheel drive, a 1.5 turbo 130 kW four-cylinder gasoline engine and a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic.

Finally, it is worth mentioning the premium. In addition, the 1,000th Dongfeng customer will win a ticket to China and a visit to the Dongfeng brand museum in Wu-Chan.