FAW Pakistan introduced the FAW X-PV minivan in April of 2012 as CBU and started assembling it here after sales got traction in September of 2012. The X-PV is a 1.0-liter 7-seater minivan by FAW, which was launched in competition of Suzuki Bolan.
The XP-V is a good looking minivan if compared to its rivals. The front has crystal headlamps and a chrome grille to complement them. The rear also hosts a pair of high quality crystal tail lamps. On the side, the vehicle is like any other van of this category with sliding doors which sport plain black door handles. Unlike its counterpart from Suzuki, the door handles don’t feel too delicate. The quality and finish of sheet metal on the body is far more superior than the other local minivans.
Inside the XP-V, the two-tone grey and silver dashboard is something very different and pleasant. Although,the plastics used are not of the highest quality and plastic wastage bits are visible. However, the design is modern and it has a pleasant feel to it. On the driving seat, you wouldn’t feel as if you are sitting inside a minivan rather the feeling quite car-like. X-PV comes installed with 7 seats as standard and the seats are comfortable.
1.0l OHC 8 Valve with 5-Speed MT
Diamond White, Canon Grey, Silky Silver, Grewia Red, Mystic Gold.
970cc OHC 8 Valve which produces 60HP
7 seat as compared to Bolan
Better build quality
Poor fuel economy,
Floor gets hot
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Posted by Zulqarnain on Dec 26, 2013
My five kids always fighting for the window seats, with normal sedan, now they do invite their friend to join the picnic trips........ value of money & technology. No doubt nice drive and powerful...