The Jiangling Motors (JMC) logo seen at the 2020 Guangzhou International Automobile Exhibition at the China Import and Export Fair Complex
The JMC logo | Chen Dongqiu/VCG via Getty Images

Jiangling Motors Corporation Limited (JMC) is a Chinese automotive manufacturing company. JMC is partially controlled by the Chang’an Automobile Group, one of the largest automakers in all of China.

The origin of JMC began in 1947 as a truck repair shop in Nanchang, China. This led to vehicle production in 1968 and then was reorganized to establish a limited company in 1993, which was named the Jiangling Motors Corporation (JMC).

Beyond its work with Chang’an, JMC is also known for frequently partnering with Ford (who owns a controlling interest), which led to the joint development of the Ford Transit commercial vehicle and the production of Ford vehicles out of its plants. Additionally, JMC also owns the Yusheng sub-brand, dedicated to the production of passenger CUV and SUV models.

Featured Vehicle: Vigus/Yuhu

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All JMC Vehicles:

SUVs and Minivans:

Teshun/Touring: A light commercial van based on the Ford Transit

Trucks:

Vigus/Yuhu: A midsize pickup truck influenced by the Ford Ranger and Mazda BT-50

Conquer: A member of the JMC light truck series for commercial transport


Recently Discontinued Vehicles

BaoWei: A rebadged Landwind X6 midsize SUV and pickup truck


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