Looking for a replacement family car and the X200 looks good on paper.
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Handsomedan: I've seen plety of them on the road, but whenever i do, I think that if I owned one, I'd de-badge it.
They look like an older model Nissan or similar and I quite like that look, but there's just the stigma attached to Chinese vehicles that's hard to shake.
If you have no intention of ever selling it and you enjoy the ride in a test-drive (I'd try to take it for a weekend), then I'd say take the leap.
mattwnz: I think the only reason to buy one would be price alone. They certainly wouldn't win any design awards by the look of them.
I was a bit concerned when I read this, and how NZ rules aren't as stringent as Australias http://www.nbr.co.nz/article/wr-car-torque-bm-p-126716
Involuntary autocorrect in operation on mobile device. Apologies in advance.