Karmania Auto, the official distributor of China’s BYD in Iran, has announced it will begin selling the BYD Song crossover in the coming months. The Song looks to take on the growing party of small crossovers targeted at urban homeowners with a relatively small wheelbase and low purchase cost. The company has now listed the vehicle on its website, but is yet to announce a final sale price, Financial Tribune discovered. Meanwhile, the Song is currently priced at around 120,000 Yuan ($25,000) in the Chinese market. Sitting on a 2660mm wheelbase, it is 4565mm long, 1830mm wide, and 1720mm tall, making it one of the smallest vehicles in BYD’s range. The car employs a gasoline turbocharged 1.5 liter engine, while in China it has other options like a hybrid version. Karmania previously announced that it would begin selling the larger BYD S6 SUV and all-electric version E6 in May. The SUV has a price tag of 987 million rials ($26,320). The company currently offers a discount of 10 million rials ($270) and a one-year free insurance scheme.