The model received a modification with a 1.6 TGDI engine. Turbocharged power unit with a capacity of 150 hp mated to a seven-speed wet-type DCT robotic transmission. The engine allows the all-wheel drive car to accelerate to 100 km/h in 8.6 seconds.
The crossover is available to order at all official dealers of the brand in Russia. The cost of the C5 in the Active package is 2,879,900 rubles, the Supreme version is offered for 3,049,900 rubles. Prior to this, the front-wheel drive Omoda C5 was presented in three versions: Joy, Lifestyle and Ultimate, at prices ranging from 2,429,900 rubles to 2,699,900 rubles.
The dimensions of the crossover, built on the T1X modular platform, are 4400 mm long, 1830 mm wide and 1588 mm high. The wheelbase is 2630 mm, the trunk is 378 liters. Front suspension type McPherson and rear – semi-independent, springs, with telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers and stabilizer bar. The ground clearance of the car is 190 mm.
Earlier, RG wrote that a sedan would appear in the Omoda lineup in Russia.