Towell Auto launches new Geely cars
Muscat, August 3, 2011
A range of new cars from Geely International Corporation’s Emgrand range are now available in Oman courtesy Towell auto Centre (TAC).
TAC recently launched Geely Emgrand’s LC, EC 7 (Sedan and Hatchback), and EC 8 (2.0L and 2.4L) models at its showroom in Wattayah.
A fast developing automobile manufacturer, Geely International Corporation makes quality cars that are environment friendly and energy efficient. Having a 1.3L DOHC, 4 cylinders 5 Speed Manual, the popular Geely Emgrand LC is equipped with an audio system, AM/FM radio with CD player and MP 3 facility, air conditioner, rear wiper, and central locking. For safety, the car is also equipped with 2 Airbags, ABS + EBD, front and rear fog lights, 3 point pre-tightening safety belts, alloy wheels, steering locking anti-theft device, said a statement.
The suave Geely Emgrand EC 7 on the other hand is available in sedan and hatchback models, and has a 1.8L DOHC 4 Cylinder 4 Speed Automatic (CVVT). The car comes equipped with an AM/FM radio with CD player & MP3, power windows, 6 way power driver seat adjuster, leather seats, sunroof with jam protection, rear sensors, remote keyless entry, full automatic air conditioner. The car is also equipped with 2 airbags front, ABS + EBD, safety belts, alloy wheels, and a steering locking anti-theft device.
S Kasthurirengan, CEO, TAC, said: “Geely Emgrand cars are renowned for their up-to-date technology, great performance and superb quality which result in customer satisfaction. From the design concept to the manufacturing, all Geely Emgrand models have been developed in accordance with European standards.” -TradeArabia News Service
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