The Lifan 320 was launched in November 2012. It was launched in Russia as the Lifan 320 Smily. Its facelifted version came out in 2013 as the Lifan 330. The Lifan 320 and 330 were sold alongside.
Three of the most prominent exterior features of the Lifan 320 are the headlamps, the double UV front windshield, and the multi-spoke aluminum alloy wheels. The headlamps are conventional products that have features that can be found on high-end sedans. The double UV front windshield has a 5:8 proportion that offers wide forward visibility. It can also prevent sunshine from penetrating the skin.
The dashboard for the Lifan 320 is simple and aesthetically appealing. The components and buttons pair up well that promotes convenience and ease of use. Also included are a detachable shelf and rear seats, six-speaker stereo surround sound system, soft reading light, aero seat with directions attachable, sun visor with dressing mirror, adjustable steering wheel angle of two banners, storage box, internal control-type fuel tank lock, mobile split ashtray, and inner rear mirror.
Technology & Safety Features
For tech and safety, the Lifan 320 has power windows, power side mirrors, ABS braking, power steering, immobilizer, keyless entry, driver and passenger airbags, and seatbelt alarm.
Platform & Chassis
The Lifan 320 comes with a MacPherson strut front and rear suspension. It comes with a disc for front and drum for rear brakes.
Engine & Drivetrain
The Lifan 320 has a LF479Q3 1.3L L4 16V DOHC engine with peak power of 87 hp and max torque of 110 Nm. It’s a front engine, front wheel drive car that has a fuel tank capacity of 37L.