Chinese car manufacturer Changan Auto is opening a showroom in Kathmandu. One of the fastest growing auto companies, Changan already has its footprint in over 60 countries.
The showroom will be located at the heart of the city and will have ample parking space, the company said in a statement. The company claims that the showroom will redefine the customers’ in-store experience.
Changan is considered to be one of the "Big Four" Chinese automakers. In 2016, it manufactured 3 million units to rank fourth among China's automakers by production volume.
Changan designs, develops, manufactures, and sells passenger cars sold under the Changan brand and commercial vehicles. It operates joint ventures with Ford (Changan Ford), and Mazda (Changan Mazda) which respectively produce Ford and Mazda branded passenger cars for the Chinese market. It also has a joint venture with Jiangling Motors Corporation Group (JMCG) and Aiways, which produces SUVs sold under the Landwind brand.