Taiwan Tech Test Driving the Luxgen U6
By Mark Andrews
Talk. August 2015
One of the main differences for the Chinese market is that the car is supplied in many more eye-catching colours than in Taiwan. Our 1.8T Smart trim test car was resplendent in a burnt orange hue. Externally, the car is put together well and has good-looking lines, but still has a slightly generic SUV feel about it. Details such as the diamond cut light glass and sharp alloy wheels are meant to provide a more upmarket look.
Inside, the materials still drag down the package with hard plastics dominating. Tactility aside, it looks clean and modern, and has some nice touches including the metal plates on the front door sills. The car is targeted at younger customers, and in particular women. In an effort to cater to the fairer sex, the climb into the car is not too extreme, and there is a tray under the passenger seat to store driving shoes.
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