Brilliance M2 (BS4) owner’s, service, repair and maintenance manuals PDF, electrical wiring diagrams, scheduled maintenance, operating instructions free download
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Brilliance M2 (BS4) background information
The Brilliance M2 sedan (aka Brilliance BS4, aka Zhonghua Junjie, aka Zhonghua Zunchi, aka Zhonghua M2) began to be released in China in 2005.
According to the company’s statement, this medium -size sedan was developed with the participation of Porsche, the Italian company Italdesign was responsible for the original design, and one of the features of the model was the back of a multi -link suspension.
In 2008, a version with the station wagon appeared in the lineup.
In China, customers were also offered versions with 1.6 engines (118 pp), 2.0 (139 pp) and with a 1.8 -liter turbo engine and a capacity of 170 forces. As an alternative to a mechanical gearbox, you could choose a five -speed automatic gearbox or a robotic gearbox.
In 2008, it was planned to start sales of the sedan in Germany under the name Brilliance BS4. However, due to the failed results of crash tests, entering the European market was canceled at the last moment.
The production of the model lasted until 2015. This sedan was also released in the DPRK under the name Pyeongwwa Hwiparam II.
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