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Foton Tunland 2014 Review

Published: 27 October 2014

Chinese-built, Cummins-powered Tunland single-cab ute is back – and even cheaper

Single-cab Tunland from $22K drive-away

Published: 11 September 2014

Foton's Tunland ute range has been joined by a single-cab/chassis model in 4x2 and 4x4 formats

Foton Tunland relaunched

Published: 10 June 2014

Light commercial vehicle range trimmed to two variants, with 4x4 price reduced

Ateco to jump-start Foton

Published: 23 May 2014

SUVs to join commercial vehicle range in Australia?

Foton Tunland recalls

Published: 22 May 2014

New distributor plans three recalls for Tunland pick-up; due diligence reveals ADR non-compliance

Consolidated Foton range revealed

Published: 07 April 2014

Ateco has showcased its refocussed Foton line-up in Melbourne, now including the Foton Tunland ute

Foton releases single-cab Tunland

Published: 15 November 2013

Chinese brand grooms fleet workhorse for local sale

Foton Tunland range revised

Published: 20 September 2013

Standard features added and levels of trim renamed for Chinese-built pick-up

Foton to target Tunland Ute at Aussie mines

Published: 05 September 2013

Chinese-built one-tonner toughened to suit local mining applications

Five safety stars for LandCruiser, Pajero – but not Tunland

Published: 28 February 2013

Foton Tunland scores just three stars as LandCruiser and Pajero attract maximum ANCAP safety rating

Foton finally launches Tunland ute

Published: 13 November 2012

Another Chinese ute brand arrives as Foton launches Tunland twin-cab from $28,000

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