Geely Englon TX4 goes on sale next week
4 June 2009

The Geely-built London cab will go on sale in China next week.

Called the TX4, it is being marketed as a 'business vehicle' and will be available for sale to private, and taxi buyers for around £27,000.

The first example was sold at this year's Shanghai motor show to a Chinese businessman, who intends to be chauffered around in the car.

Buyers get a choice of either a petrol engine linked to a manual gearbox, or a diesel engine with an automatic gearbox.

The TX4 will be sold under the Geely Englon brand and will be available through Geely dealers.

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