If you’re on a budget, it’s hard to find a quality car that you can use in the people carrying business. In this blog, we list down 3 under a million BYD cars that you can use in your transport service.
Upfront, the BYD F0 has quirky looking projector halogen headlights, honeycomb grille, and a pair of fog lamps. On the sides, short overhangs and bulging fenders give this subcompact hatchback a sporty appearance.
Inside, its large gauge cluster quickly grabs your attention. The neat center console houses the single DIN head unit that can play AM/FM/CD/MP3 formats through 2-speakers and can connect via Aux. The F0 also comes with a push-start button and a smart key system getting in and out of the car easy.
To keep its driver and passengers safe and secure, the F0 is equipped with dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, immobilizer, electronic door locks, and security alarm.
The BYD F0 is powered by a 3-cylinder 1.0L engine that delivers 67 hp and 90 Nm of torque. The company claims that the F0 is capable of yielding a combined fuel economy of 22 km/l making it a good option for ride-sharing businesses.
The F3’s exterior has long overhangs, large headlights, chrome grille, and fog lamps for its front facade. Its huge overall appearance gives the impression that its roomy inside.
This compact sedan is 4,533 mm long, 1,705 mm wide, and 2,600 mm high. In comparison to the Toyota Vios, the F3 is longer by 123 mm, slightly wider by 5 mm, and has more headroom by 15 mm. On the other hand, the F3’s wheelbase of 2,600 mm is more generous compared to the Vios’ 2,550.
The F3’s seats are wrapped in leather while its in-dash head unit can play AM/FM and songs from your mobile phone via Aux through a 2-speaker system. Its center console also has space provided for a taxi meter.
It’s powered by a 1.5L gasoline engine that can produce 107 hp and 145 Nm of torque. The F3 can carry up to 4 passengers and 342 L worth of cargo while still being fuel efficient with a 15.9 Km/L rating.
The BYD L3 is the Chinese brand’s offering for those who are searching for a roomy fleet car. The exterior is made classy with its projector type headlights with black linings, honeycomb grille with chrome accents, and large fog lamps. At the rear, the elegant theme continues with the curved tail light and chrome accents.
The interior has several amenities that both driver and passengers will enjoy such as a push start button, steering wheel audio controls, and a tilt-adjustable steering wheel. For its top-of-the-line variant, a 7-inch touchscreen that can play AM/FM/CD/MP3 via USB/SD card/Aux through a 6-speaker setup can keep everyone entertained.
In terms of space, the L3’s dimensions are 4,568 mm long, 1,716 mm wide, 1,480 high, and has a wheelbase of 2,615 mm. With the exemption of its height, the L3 is bigger by 35 mm, longer by 11 mm, and has more legroom by 15 mm than the F3.
Owners will also be happy to know that the BYD L3 is loaded with safety features such as ABS with EBD, dual front airbags, security alarm, immobilizer, rear parking radar, and ISOFIX.
This compact sedan is powered by a 1.5L SOHC gasoline engine that can produce 107 hp and 145 Nm of torque while having a 12.2 Km/L fuel efficiency rating. It comes in 2 transmission options, a 5-speed manual or a 6-speed dual clutch.
For more information about BYD Philippines and its vehicles, visit the AutoDeal Car Guide.
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