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    Haima retails rebadged Mazda's for a bargain
    Words and photos by Jose Carlo R. Sapera



    Perched quietly in the province of Pampanga is a humble little Chinese dealership that goes by the name of Haima. Unknown to most, they've been in the Philippines since January 2010 and operates under the management of the multi-car brand network of the Laus Auto Group. But last October 7, 2011, Haima Philippines finally stepped up its game as they unveiled several new models that will surely knock your socks off.

    The moniker Haima is a result of a fifteen-year partnership with Mazda. The manufacturing plant of the Japanese automaker was situated in the city of Haikou in Hainan, China, thus the Hainan-Mazda relationship bore the name Haima. The cars they build are anything but cheap knock-offs. Instead, follow the same stringent quality assessment utilized by Mazda. And to our surprise, their engines are all Euro IV compliant and can even be upgraded to Euro V standards.....

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    Haima 3 - based on the Mazda 3 Sedan
    Starting at P699,000 for the basic manual transmission model, the Haima 3 also comes with a full-on package. The top of the line SDX variant is equipped with 16-inch rims, a sunroof, cream leather seats, pearl black transmission tunnel trim, USB/AUX connection, leather wrapped steering wheel with audio controls, and chrome accents on the doors and dashboard.

    SOURCE: http://kotse.com/home/index.php?opti...das&Itemid=156
    Last edited by ghosthunter; October 29th, 2011 at 04:47 PM.

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    Hmmm... time to visit Pampanga.

    The one thing the Mazda3 really lacked was a manual transmission option. And I like the lower, ***ier look of the Haima3 a lot.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    They also have a dealership in Bulacan near our house. I'd give them the benefit of the doubt. Although four door sedans in general are not really my cup of tea.

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    Haima's products looks good!

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    wala bang Haima CX-7?

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    Haima BT-50 baka gusto mo din?

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    Haima na RX8 meron?

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    Haima MX5 Miata meron ba??

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    What about safety ratings? Are they exactly the same as Mazda's?

    I've heard a lot of bad feedback on Chinese metallurgy; that it's not yet up to par.

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