Dongfeng H30 Cross Coming Soon
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Dongfeng H30 Cross Coming Soon

The Chinese-derived Dongfeng H30 is believed to be coming out of Iran Khodro's assembly line in the next few days. According to a new report from Donyaye Khodro, the compact crossover vehicle is already being advertised on the main Iran Khodro Persia-language website, but as yet no price has been quoted for the vehicle. The H30 Cross is built by Dongfeng Passenger Vehicle Company. As a sports variant of the H30 hatchback and S30 sedan, it has its roots in the first-generation Citroen Elysee produced by Dongfeng-PSA.  The Cross was launched in April 2010 at the Beijing Motor Show and hit the market on April 19, 2011. In April 2013, a face-lifted version was released, which shares the 1.5L and 1.6L powertrain options with the S30. In 2013, the Cross became the only H30 version sold in the market, as Dongfeng stopped producing the H30 hatchback.


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