Motor City rolls out all-new CMC Z7
Dubai, October 19, 2011
Motor City, the sole distributor of CMC passenger and commercial vehicles in Bahrain, has launched the all-new Z7, a multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) with a unique design, features, re-defined comfort and advanced Japanese technology.
The CMC Z7 is a crossover MPV with an impressive presence and a sporty edge adding new dimensions to driving pleasure, a statement from the company said.
The new model is now available in Bahrain with an exclusive package, starting from a BD97 ($258) monthly installment, zero down payments, free 5 years/100,000 warranty, and free insurance and registration.
Customers will also receive a high value gift with every purchase and special prices are available for fleet purchases, the statement said.
Yaser A Qader Saeed, general manager, Motor City, said: “The new Z7 is entering the Bahraini market on a strong footing as the demand for such a multi-purpose vehicle is high. This demand combined with the best value added offers and excellent after-sales support provided by Motor City, makes the model a unique player in its segment.”
The Z7 has a sporty design wheel cut molding and side sill garnish, a compact yet spacious interior with room to fit 7 passengers comfortably, with the option of removing the third row or folding the second row to create extra storage space.
Its advanced features include a powerful air conditioning system that creates a comfortable cabin climate, CD player and USB jack, and numerous storage spaces including a large glove box, door pockets and cup-holders, it said.
The advanced Japanese technology embedded in the new Z7 provides high level of reliability along with safety to passengers as it is equipped with dual airbags, Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) and Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD).
Its high rigidity chassis frame creates a superior SUV-level combination of high handling stability and ride comfort, while its large 16”alloy wheels have been specifically designed to drive through rough terrain and during any condition, it said. – TradeArabia News Service
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