BYD Flyer

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BYD Flyer
BYD-FLYER.jpg
Overview
Manufacturer BYD Auto
Also called Qinchuan QCJ7081 Flyer
Production 2001–2008
Body and chassis
Class City car
Body style 5-door hatchback
Layout Front engine, front-wheel drive
Powertrain
Engine 0.8 L HH368QA1 I3
0.8 L F8CV I3
0.9 L LJ462Q-1 I4
1.05 L LJ465Q-1ANE1 I4
1.05 L HH465Q-2E I4
Transmission 5-speed manual
4-speed manual
4-speed automatic
Dimensions
Wheelbase 2,300 mm (90.6 in)
Length 3,605 mm (141.9 in)
Width 1,468 mm (57.8 in)
Height 1,470 mm (57.9 in)
Curb weight 720 kg (1,587 lb)
Chronology
Successor BYD F0

The BYD Flyer is a 5-door city car originally developed by government owned Xian Qinhuan Automobile and went on sale from 2001. It has been produced by BYD Auto, a Chinese automobile manufacturer in Shenzhen, since 2004.[1] The three- and four-cylinder engines used are based on old Suzuki units.

History[edit]

The Flyer was originally sold from 2001 under the Qinchuan marque as the QCJ7081 Flyer. It was face lifted in October 2003 and sold as the Flyer Fuxing.

In 2004, sales of the Flyer I commenced under the BYD marque.[1] In March 2005 a facelifted version known as the Flyer II was sold, including exports to Russia and Ukraine. The facelifted model is identified by a revised design to the headlights and grille.

The Flyer has been replaced by the more modern looking BYD F0 in 2008, although new Flyers were sold up to 2010.[2]

Engines[edit]

The Flyer is powered by a range of small 3- and 4-cylinder Suzuki derived engines, ranging from 0.8-litre (796 cc) to 1.1-litre (1051 cc).

  • HH368QA1 - 796 cc - 29.5 kW (40 PS) - (QCJ7081BD)
  • F8CV - 796 cc - 37.5 kW (51 PS) - (QCJ7081DD)
  • LJ462Q-1 - 870 cc - 30 kW (41 PS) - (QCJ7081BD1)
  • LJ465Q-1ANE1 - 1,051 cc - 38.5 kW (52 PS) - (QCJ7110)
  • HH465Q-2E - 1,051 cc - 38.5 kW (52 PS) - (QCJ7110)
2001-2004 Qinchuan Flyer
Qinchuan Flyer QCJ7081BD



References[edit]

  1. ^ a b World of Cars 2006·2007. Warsaw, Poland: Media Connection Sp. z o.o. 2006. p. 226. 
  2. ^ BYD lowers sales goal for 2010.