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Short-lived entry-level brand created by [[Geely]], after [[Emgrand]] and [[Englon]]. Known for smaller cars, notably the Xiongmao (Panda), but Gleagle also retailed a version of the [[Geely CK]], a C-segment model called the GC7, and some SUVs. Geely cancelled the marque in 2014, and began bringing the models back under the parent brand to save on development and marketing costs.
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Short-lived entry-level brand created by [[Geely]], with [[Emgrand]] and [[Englon]]. Known for smaller cars, notably the Xiongmao (Panda), but Gleagle also retailed a version of the [[Geely CK]], a C-segment model called the GC7, and some SUVs. Geely cancelled the marque in 2014, and began bringing the models back under the parent brand to save on development and marketing costs.
  
  
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*[[Gleagle CK]]
 
*[[Gleagle CK]]
 
*[[Gleagle GC7]]
 
*[[Gleagle GC7]]
*[[Gleagle GX2]]
 
 
*[[Gleagle GX7]]
 
*[[Gleagle GX7]]
  
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==Off-site link==
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*[http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/04/18/autoshow-china-geely-idUSL3N0N61EP20140418 S. Shen and N. Shirouzu: ‘China’s Geely to consolidate branding, sales’, ''Reuters.com'']
  
 
[[Category:Marques]]
 
[[Category:Marques]]

Latest revision as of 07:47, 1 December 2014

Short-lived entry-level brand created by Geely, with Emgrand and Englon. Known for smaller cars, notably the Xiongmao (Panda), but Gleagle also retailed a version of the Geely CK, a C-segment model called the GC7, and some SUVs. Geely cancelled the marque in 2014, and began bringing the models back under the parent brand to save on development and marketing costs.



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