Changan HonorMon, 19 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0700
The production version of the Changan Honor was unveiled at the Guangzhou motor show last month, six months after the concept was announced.
The production version has stayed true to the concept car, with the Honor's exterior being similar to the company's most recent range, which has adopted a large front grille and rising side feature lines from Changan's MPV range. It represents the traditional MPV/minivan format, with a relatively flat waistline, generous glasshouse and two-box proportions.
In the cabin, the color scheme of black and beige is complemented by peach wood that aims to deliver a luxurious feel to the car. All the seats are adjustable and fold at the touch of a button, while the rear seating is removable.
The Honor is 4,360mm long, 1,685mm wide and 1,820 mm high, which creates a volume of over 3,500 liters, considerably more than its rival, the Wuling Hong Guang, developed by Shanghai-GM in a joint venture.