Beijing BJ212

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BJ212/2020
LieYing ZhanQi BJ2023CHD5 front quarter view.jpg
Overview
Also called Beijing BJ2020
BAW City Cruiser
BAW Kuangchao
BAW Lieying
BAW Ludi
BAW Towdoorjeep
BAW Zhanqi
Pyeonghwa Ppeokkuggi 2008 (North Korea)
Production 1965—present
Body and chassis
Class SUV
Layout Front engine, four-wheel drive
Powertrain
Engine 2.0 L 4G20B I4 (petrol)
2.2 L 4G22C I4 (petrol)
2.4 L BJ492 I4 (petrol)
2.8 L JE493ZLQ4CB I4 (turbo diesel)
Transmission 5 speed manual
4 speed manual
Dimensions
Wheelbase 2,300 mm (91 in)
Length 4,080 mm (161 in)
Width 1,840 mm (72 in)
Height 1,870 mm (74 in)

The Chinese Beijing Automobile Works, formerly Beijing Jeep, BJ212 (Chinese: 北京212) and BAW BJ2020 is a Land Rover and Jeep inspired four-wheel drive, originally a 2445cc 4 cylinder gas-engine powered (4 cylinder diesel engines were added in the 2000s) light-duty offroad utility vehicle in the half tonne class. The original design, depending in large on Russian off-roaders from UAZ and possibly developed in conjunction with the UAZ-469, debuted in 1965 as the Beijing BJ212. It has been known as the BJ2020 series since the Chinese car classification system was changed in 1989.[1]

It is commonly used by the Chinese government (particularly the armed forces), but is also commercially available. Various versions of the Jeep are today sold under the names of Zhanqi, Jinxuanfeng, Lieying, City Cruiser, Kuangchao, and Ludi.[2] The BJ212 and its successors has a long history of use by the People's Liberation Army.

Variants[edit]

  • BJ 212 - (1964–1986) Standard four door version
  • BJ212A - 600 kg two-door version with seats for 6 people behind. There was armed with a locally produced weapon.
    • BJ212F - BJ212A with a solid tent.
  • BJ212E - Designed in 1986. With a Perkins diesel engine and a new transmission.
  • BJ 121 - (1980–1986) Second series
  • BJ 222 - (1980–1986) Third series
  • BJ 2020 - (1986-2005) Upgraded with BJ492 engine displacement of 2.45, 12 liters fuel per 100 kilometers.
    • BJ2020N: BJ2020N, BJ2020NA, BJ2020NJ (military type), BJ2020NAJ (military type).
    • BJ2020S: BJ2020S, BJ2020SA, BJ2020SAJ (military type), BJ2020SG, BJ2Q20SJ (military type), BJ2020ST.
    • BJ2020V: BJ2020VA, BJ2020VB, BJ2020VE, BJ2020VT.
  • BJ-2032 (1985-2005)

List of operators[edit]

  • Chad
  • Pakistan
  • China
  • Cuba
  • Syria
  • North Korea
  • Vietnam

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ World of Cars 2006·2007. Warsaw, Poland: Media Connection Sp. z o.o. 2006. p. 225.
  2. ^ World of Cars 2006·2007, p. 226