|Fate||Merged into Changan Ford|
|Parent||Chang'an Automobile Group|
It previously independently manufactured sedans, MPVs, mini vehicles, small trucks, and vans for commercial use.
Hafei was formerly owned by Aviation Industry Corporation of China. The earliest Hafei products were Suzuki Carry-based microvans and trucks sold under the Songhuajiang brand, named after the Songhua River, but by 2002 they were sold directly under the Hafei brand. Their vehicles have always carried the "HFJ" identity code, no matter the brand.
As of 2009, the company had exported products to a total of 40 nations.
Hafei has production facilities in Northern China.
Hafei produced small cars and MPVs in addition to small trucks and commercial vans. These so-called mini vehicles made up the majority of the Hafei model line. Many Hafei consumer offerings were designed by Pininfarina.
- Baili, a small city car
- Lobo, a small city car, Pininfarina-designed
- Zhongyi, Pininfarina-designed
- Zhongyi V5, a microvan based on the Chana Star 5
- Junyi, a microvan based on the Chana Star S460, first new product after its aquisition by Chang'an.
- Ruiyi, a mini pickup based on the Hafei Zhongyi
- Minyi, (Xinminyi/Luzun-Xiaobawang) a microvan and pickup
- Luzun-Dabawang, a microvan
- Xiaobawang, a microvan
- Saibao III, Pininfarina-designed compact sedan
- Saibao V, Pininfarina-designed compact to midsize sedan
- Saima, a license-built Mitsubishi Dingo is a small city car added to the Hafei product line in April 2001.
- Hafei Songhuajiang HFJ6350 (松花江), a license-built rebadged eighth generation Suzuki Carry, This model had wide popularity in China during the 1990s.
- Hafei Songhuajiang HFJ7080D/HFJ7130, a sedan rebadged from the Yulon Sunny 303. Assembling took place between 1992 and 1993 and was fitted with a 1.3 litre Mitsubishi engine.
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