One big problem with the Warrior—as comfortable as it is—it's not really built for post-9/11 modern warfare. Reliable, sure, but it has none of the features that modern tactical vehicles now come equipped with, such as bullet-resistant windows, bullet-proof walls, and an undercarriage that can withstand the directional blast of improvised explosive devices. It is also visibly smaller than the Humvee, and will be more difficult to upgrade with armored kits as the Humvee was. That's fine if the vehicle is confined to base driving and the occasional exercise, but will be a severe drawback in actual combat. The PLA expects the base chassis to be upgraded to provide "all kinds" of special vehicles. Possible variants could include a headquarters vehicle, ambulance, electronic warfare vehicle, anti-tank missile carrier, and air-defense missile carrier. But all the PLA has really got so far is pretty much a cushy SUV.
Yes, well, I seem to recall a quote from Clausewitz: "In military affairs quantity has a quality all its own."