The fuel consumption is amazing! The new BYD Tang has so many problems that it is not as good as Geely next door.

I believe many people were amazed when they saw the brand-new 2018 BYD Tang for the first time, and even felt a little proud, feeling the drifting feeling of China people standing up. But today I’m going to pour cold water on everyone, and I’m going to remind all the novices who are about to buy Tang to be alert and need to think about it a lot.

The new family-style design "Dragon Face" adopted by the second generation of Tang Dynasty, the whole body is round and smooth, attracting many fans. However, this car still uses BYD S7′ s 2.0T nose with a maximum horsepower of 205 horses, which is also used by Tang Plug-in. This 48 code-named BYD

The 2.0T turbocharged engine of 7ZQA model is derived from Ford’s Ecoboost 2.0TGTDI engine, which was developed through so-called retrograde. This machine head has undergone simple adjustment. For example, the cylinder diameter is 87.3×83mm and Ford’s 2.0T is 87.5×87.5mm, etc., and the original high-power engine is compressed to 205 horsepower, and all the shortcomings of Ford EcoBoost2.0T are perfectly inherited. The following is the S7 complaint of Chezhi. Of course, this problem will also occur in the future:

Then we can see from the table the shortcomings of BYD S7, such as jitter, insufficient power, automatic flameout and steering gear failure. This may not only be a technical problem, but also a congenital defect in the engine and the vehicle assembly itself. Automatic transmission models rarely turn off automatically, because once they turn off, the steering assist function will inevitably stop working, which is really shocking!

Our car shadow also interviewed a chat screenshot of a car owner who bought BYD Tang’s second-generation fuel version in July this year through BYD Tang Cheyou Group:

Mr. Qu expressed his fuel consumption problem of BYD Tang in a very funny way, and some people in the group were ready to defend their rights, but many websites didn’t show it. At present, BYD Tang II has the following problems: 1. The engine is obviously shaking at idle speed, and the shaking feeling is obvious when holding the steering wheel. 2. The tire is too thin, so be careful when crossing the gravel road, and the tire noise is obvious. 3. The slide rail of the middle handrail is too loose, and it will slide around with a little effort. 4. The front wheel passes through the stagnant water road and causes sideslip, and the steering wheel feels strong. You need to hold the steering wheel tightly with both hands to keep it stable.

Therefore, don’t listen to the brainwashing bombing of you by the network water army. It is no small matter to buy a car. I believe that people who buy domestic cars at this price are basically white and don’t understand cars. It’s easy to be fooled. Once fooled, there is no way to complain. So be careful when buying a car!