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Xiali TJ 7100 [G100]

Xiali TJ 7100 [G100] in Kua jie da jie an, Movie, 1991

Class: Cars, Hatchback — Model origin: JP — Built in: CN — Made for: CN

Xiali TJ 7100 [G100]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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kegare JP

2017-04-30 13:37

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This one still has Daihatsu written on the grille.

[Image: o42.jpg]

Gamer DE

2017-05-18 11:19

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Sooo...maybe it's a Daihatsu rather than a Xiali?

kegare JP

2017-05-18 12:25

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Here this early one with Daihatsu badges, listed as Xiali 730CS:

[Image: 400.39.jpg]

According to Wikipedia, this would be an early 1986-1988 Xiali 730

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tianjin_FAW

Weasel1984 PL

2017-05-18 14:06

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Strange as this generation was introduced in 1987 in many countries it was model 1988.
Earlier they assembled the older Charade, maybe that's the reason of confusion.

kegare JP

2017-05-18 15:00

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Then Wikipedia must be referring to this car: Link to "www3.autoimg.cn"
Maybe it's safer to keep this as Daihatsu Charade [G100]?

Weasel1984 PL

2017-05-18 19:23

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kegare wrote Then http://www3.autoimg.cn/newsdfs/g11/M02/1D/81

It is described as 730? Because I don't see there 7 and don't understand the other signs :D

In my 90s catalog is written the same what today in en.wiki, that the 1986-88 old model was named TJ 730 and its 1988+ sucessor [G100] TJ7100, but they could have hole in knowledge (let alone, they simply could do mistake).
In 1989/90 the names of Chinese cars have been changed from 3 digit system to 4 digits, this way I can imagine that Xiali [G100] had for a while, at the beginning, different name and after year or two has been renamed to TJ 7100.

Everything depends on how much we can trust to picture you posted above, where the newer G100 model is named TJ 730 CS...

It is also possible, that both old and new Xialis were named TJ 730 (new one for a while), but the new one was distinguished by these letters "CS". In case of buses, letters after number sometimes indicated their new versions/modifications, maybe it worked same way in this case...

kegare JP

2017-05-18 19:33

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Weasel1984 wrote It is described as 730? Because I don't see there 7 and don't understand the other signs :D


In that pic it just says that on September 30, 1986, they started assembling the car from original imported parts.

Here above the pic described as TJ730:

http://auto.sohu.com/20160119/n435038819.shtml

Weasel1984 PL

2017-05-18 20:15

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I'd still list them as Xiali TJ 7100 then (like for now!) - this car too - early Chinese G100 also used parts from Japan = perhpas also were made from CKD kits, what can explain Daihatsu badge on some of them.

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