Al Majid Motors Co, the sole distributor of KIA Motors in the UAE, has launched the all-new KIA Grand Carnival during its ‘KIA on Tour’ road show event.
Featuring a bold and distinctive crossover utility vehicle (CUV)-
Euro Motors, the exclusive dealer of Jaguar and Land Rover in Bahrain, has partnered with the Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) to add Jaguar’s ‘Alive’ factor to upcoming 2015 Formula One Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix.
Tata Motors, a leading automobile manufacturer, has launched two new next-generation heavy duty trucks from its Prima range of commercial vehicles in the UAE.
The Prima 4438S (4X2) tractor head and Prima 4038K (6X4) construction t
Euro Motors, the sole authorised dealer of Rolls-Royce Motors Cars in Bahrain, has achieved a 50 per cent increase in sales of the ultra-luxury marque last year.
The Middle East was the second largest market for Rolls-Royce Motor
Al-Futtaim Motors, the exclusive distributor of Toyota in the UAE, has joined forces with the Dubai Police to launch the world’s first ‘Innovation Lab’ at the Dubai Police General Headquarters.
As part of the com
Toyota Motor Corp said on Wednesday it would recall a combined 361,800 vehicles globally, including the Camry sedan, covering three separate defects.
Subject to the recalls are 170,000 Camrys to fix a faulty ball joint that could
First Motors, the exclusive dealer of Hyundai vehicles in Bahrain, has unveiled the all-new Sonata 2015 in the kingdom.
The latest edition of the iconic Sonata retains its hallmark qualities of luxurious comfort and precision engi
A new car finance package was launched by Bahraini Jaguar and Land Rover dealer Euro Motors at its Sitra showroom yesterday (October 27).
The dealer has partnered with the Bank of Bahrain and Kuwait to offer customers a finance package
First Motors, the exclusive dealer of Hyundai vehicles in Bahrain, has unveiled the 2015 Azera, a car that blends quality, performance and luxury with a perfect balance.
The model features a Lambda 3.0 Mpi engine at 250 HP with a
General Motors Middle East is set to recall 26,637 vehicles from the Saudi Arabian market for defects, said a report.
The defects are described to be different from the ones that appeared in the vehicles sold i