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|Also called||Haima Happin|
|Body and chassis|
Small family car
|Body style||sedan (2003–2015)|
|Successor||Haima Familia M5|
Haima Family (2003–2007)Edit
An identical model was also available at the same time originally rebadged as the Haima Happin (海福星, Haifuxing) wearing exactly the same front bumper as the Mazda 323 at launch, but later had a facelift that features redesigned front and rear bumpers and new lamps to differentiate from the Mazda design with prices ranging from 59,800 yuan to 66,800 yuan.
Haima Family II (2007–2013)Edit
The second generation Haima Family was originally launched as the Haima 3 based off the same platform as the first generation Mazda 3. However, the model was renamed to Haima Family after the 2011 facelift with prices starting from 76,800 yuan to 98,800 yuan.
Haima Family III (2013–present)Edit
The third generation Haima Family was only available in sedan from, and was originally sold as the Haima Family or Haima Familia (福美来) in some parts of the world featuring a brand new design. However, the model was renamed to Haima Familia M5 or Haima M5 after the facelift in 2014, putting an end to the Haima Family nameplate.
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