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2017 GAC Trumpchi GS4 235T

2017 GAC Trumpchi GS4 in 汽车纵横:CCPC争锋, Racing, 2020

Class: Cars, Off-road / SUV — Origin: CN

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2017 GAC Trumpchi GS4 235T

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2017 GAC Trumpchi GS4 235T

Picture provided by : airiosaka

2017 GAC Trumpchi GS4 235T

Picture provided by : airiosaka

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RushCars24 ID (74)

2020-01-26 12:36

The first GAC Trumpchi on IGCD, I heard that they are going to sell their cars in U.S., but sadly, the US-China trade war prevents them entering, their cars are pretty decent, my favorite car from their lineup is the big GS8 SUV.

TheGreaser US (125)

2020-01-26 19:17

RushCars24 wrote but sadly, the US-China trade war prevents them entering


Sorry, but that already ended (I think). Chinese vehicles are still coming to the U.S., namely, the Bytons and hopefully GAC as well. Infact no-one is even talking about the trade war anymore.

Consequently, this war prevented the Focus Active's availability in the U.S.

tunedricer CN (513)

2020-01-29 21:16

:flushed:

RushCars24 ID (74)

2020-04-27 13:04

TheGreaser wrote Sorry, but that already ended (I think). Chinese vehicles are still coming to the U.S., namely, the Bytons and hopefully GAC as well. Infact no-one is even talking about the trade war anymore.

I don't think so...

Automobilemag wrote The U.S.-China trade war is an even bigger unknown. There was very little detail in President Trump's Phase One announcement in January, and none of it related to auto sales and production. While the Chinese automakers most aggressive with their Western export programs have delayed their plans as a result of the Trump administration's trade policies, the potential trade protectionism is one of the rare political positions that unite both sides of the aisle on Capitol Hill. There is no guarantee that if the Democratic candidate takes the White House next January that importing cars will become any easier for Chinese automakers.

Best-case scenario target date for U.S. import seems to be late 2021 or early 2022. By then, we'll have a much better notion of our policy toward trade with China, whether President Trump or his Democratic opponent occupies the White House.

Phase Two is in a mystery yet also, but time will tell, depending if that might happen in those aformentioned dates or likely delayed to an another different year. So, I would say, it is more like half-ended, it is still going even on the already current "situation" we live in right now.

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