Being a relatively new car brand it is, BYD still has s a lot of grounds to cover when it comes to going side-by-side with the country’s leading brands in the industry, but that does not mean they do not have what it takes. Highlight the L3 Company Sedan. For a car that falls under the category dominated by the Japanese and the Koreans, this Chinese compact sedan exhibits an array of luxurious features found mostly on the upper-level market. Feature like the 2-inch LCD screen with GPS, BOSCH wipers, key-less entry button, 3H high-strength side panels, and a push-button start/stop feature which is very high-end for its class. Though simple and minimalistic externally and internally, this compact sedan seats five in ample comfort and cabin space.
Under the hood is a 1.5L Inline 4-Cylinder 16-Valve SOHC water-cooled petrol engine, mated to a Dual-Clutch Transmission, giving its front wheels round 107hp and 145nm-torque. Stacking it up high for its rep is its cheaper price tag, and an assurance of an excellent drive quality and road safety. It being Chinese is out of the question because it can surely put itself on equal grounds in this highly-competitive industry.