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2014 BYD F6

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  • BYD F6
  • Year:
    2014
  • Make:
  • Model:
  • Engine:
    inline-4
  • Transmission:
    five-speed manual
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    138 @ 6000
  • Torque @ RPM:
    137 @ 4000
  • Displacement:
    2.0 L
  • 0-60 time:
    12 sec. (Est.)
  • Top Speed:
    115 mph
  • Price:
    16300
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BYD’s growing automotive empire includes many cars that play off Toyota designs, but the F6 is not one of them. Rather BYD’s target here is the Honda Accord. The F6 got its start in 2008 and has enjoyed decent success in its native Chinese market. It has even made an appearance in the U.S. at the 2008 North American International Auto Show as a plug-in hybrid concept. While nothing came of the car’s distribution in America, the concept showed proof of BYD’s dedication to advancing its product lineup with technology. While the automaker is still guilty of copying other makers’ designs, BYD is starting to break the trend with its more recent products like the impressive 2015 Qin sedan.

Regardless, the F6 is still a relatively impressive sedan for BYD. It offers a decent amount of features that are not found on many of BYD’s other models. A touchscreen navigation system, leather seating, a sunroof, alloy wheels, LED exterior lighting, projector beam headlights, and a pair of engine and transmission choices bring a lot to the table.

The F6 also boasts a four-star rating on the C-NCAP crash test scale. Front and side airbags come standard and the body structure is properly designed to absorb impacts. Features like ABS and EBD help keep the F6 from crashing in the first place while variable power steering makes turning that much better.

The BYD F6 might not be the newest or the greatest product from the Chinese automaker, but it doesn’t skimp on all the expected equipment.

Click past the jump to read more about the BYD F6.

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2014 BYD F6

2014 BYD F6

BYD’s growing automotive empire includes many cars that play off Toyota designs, but the F6 is not one of them. Rather BYD’s target here is the Honda Accord. The F6 got its start in 2008 and has enjoyed decent success in its native Chinese market. It has even made an appearance in the U.S. at the 2008 North American International Auto Show as a plug-in hybrid concept. While nothing came of the car’s distribution in America, the concept showed proof of BYD’s dedication to advancing its product lineup with technology. While the automaker is still guilty of copying other makers’ designs, BYD is starting to break the trend with its more recent products like the impressive 2015 Qin sedan.

Regardless, the F6 is still a relatively impressive sedan for BYD. It offers a decent amount of features that are not found on many of BYD’s other models. A touchscreen navigation system, leather seating, a sunroof, alloy wheels, LED exterior lighting, projector beam headlights, and a pair of engine and transmission choices bring a lot to the table.

The F6 also boasts a four-star rating on the C-NCAP crash test scale. Front and side airbags come standard and the body structure is properly designed to absorb impacts. Features like ABS and EBD help keep the F6 from crashing in the first place while variable power steering makes turning that much better.

The BYD F6 might not be the newest or the greatest product from the Chinese automaker, but it doesn’t skimp on all the expected equipment.

Click past the jump to read more about the BYD F6.

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