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Malaysians said goodbye to these 12 models in 2021 Some were discontinued due to poor sales, others due to age Which will you miss fondly?Once again, the big blue planet that we currently reside on has made its full orbit around the sun and the year 2020 v2.0 2021 ends. While some might remain optimistic that 2022 might be better with a huge array of upcoming models, we’d like to dedicate this article to the cars that won’t make it into the new year.Some of these models were revered
DFSK Indonesia has announced that the production of the DFSK Glory 580 7-seater SUV has been halted at its Indonesian plant. According to a report posted by Otosia, the Glory 580 had in fact stopped production since June 2020.Alexander Barus, Co-CEO of DFSK Indonesia confirmed this in an interview with the Indonesian automotive site. However, he hasn’t explained the reason for the discontinuation of the model or whether a replacement is incoming.One possible reason for its demise could be
Picture Indonesian traffic in your head and you would imagine it full of Toyotas with a smattering of Daihatsus and Suzukis as well as a sea of motorcycles. Despite that, compared with what we have in Malaysia, Indonesian buyers are a little more spoilt for choice for their cars.However, that doesn’t mean it’s easy for brands to penetrate the market. Chinese brands especially have a bit of clout in the country and even though Wuling is a success story in the archipelago, the same cou
Amidst growing electric vehicle (EV) adoption in Indonesia, Chinese carmaker Dongfeng Sokon (DFSK) is looking towards manufacturing their own EVs in the archipelago within the next two to three years.Besides their commercial vehicle range, DFSK also makes SUVs. Pictures is the Glory i-AutoDFSK Indonesias public relations and media manager, Ahmad Rofiqi mentioned that while the company is still exploring avanues, manufacturing EVs is in the companys long term plans.The companys plant in Cikande,
For those looking for 7-seater cars, most minds will snap back to the 2020 Toyota Innova. Its a reasonably safe option in a safe space, but it seems that it suddenly has a rival in the 2021 DFSK Glory 580.Who or what is the DFSK Glory 580?DFSK is short for Dongfeng Sokon, and judging by the name you already know its a Chinese carmaker. Theyre not new to Malaysia as their distributor - Dongfeng Commercial Vehicle (M) Sdn Bhd - has been selling the brands commercial vehicles (lorries) here since 2
DFSK Glory 580 2022 has 20 images and photos, includes 5 interior images & photos, 15 exterior images & photos, 0 images of DFSK Glory 580 engine and others. Check out at the front view, rear view, side and top view of new DFSK Glory 580 2022 here.
You Name It, They Have It
With a very affordable price tag, the DFSK Glory 580 is packed with features found in the more expensive SUVs.
Lack of Characteristic
The DFSK Glory 580 is a decent looking SUV however the design is easily forgettable as the design is highly inspired by combination of SUVs from other car makers.
Bizarre Rear Badge
It is really nice that Dongfeng offers a seven years warranty for the DFSK Glory 580 however it is one of a kind to include a huge “7-year warranty” at the rear.
With modern waistline design and elegant curves, the DFSK Glory 580 looks very strong and dynamic. The exterior features a pair of eagle eye shaped headlamps, a pair of dual c-shape rear lamps, auto retractable LED side mirrors and 17-inch sporty two-tone polished alloy wheels.
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