Top 10 events between Shanghai and Beijing auto shows
Updated: 2016-05-11 06:54
Damaged cars are pictured in Tianjin Port on Aug 13, 2015. [Shan Haihan / For China Daily]
Cars damaged during the massive explosions in Tianjin Port last August, after undergoing refurbishing, have come back onto the market, raising anxiety among customers in China.
According to CCTV, several customers in Hebei and Henan provinces said their newly purchased Chrysler Jeep vehicles were ones damaged during the blasts. The explosions affected around 3,400 vehicles from Chrysler, Volkswagen, Renault, Toyota and Hyundai. According to Chinese media reports, more than half of the imported vehicles arrive in China through Tianjin Port every year.