The second-generation Changan CS75 debuted in 2019 looking less like a 2016 Hyundai Creta and more like itself. For 2022, the crossover carries forward largely the same design with a few tweaks here and there. Changan offers the CS75 with two engine choices: turbocharged 1.5-litre and 2.0-litre four-cylinder motors good for 178 and 233 horses respectively. Enough power to get you going in a hurry. Crossovers are the most sought-after cars in the UAE today, and the CS75 Plus aims to take home a slice of that pie by offering as much technology as it can in a very competitive price tag. There is also a Changan CS75 PHEV available with up to 60km of pure electric range. Changan scores the most points for giving the CS75 Plus a very smartly designed interior. Available in deep red upholstery, the cabin features a central console tilted slightly towards the driver. A touchscreen infotainment sits at the top centre of the dashboard, while there are various creature comforts laid out throughout the interior. Overall, the 2022 Changan CS75 Plus is a decent car for the segment it plays in.
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