New Dacia Dokker vans launched in Lebanon
Beirut, May 28, 2013
Bassoul-Heneine, the second oldest Renault importer in the world, has launched its two new robustly-designed vehicles - the Dacia Dokker Van, an economical and practical vehicle, and Dacia Dokker, its passenger version.
Dokker, the passenger version can accommodate up to five people, while the Dokker Van is an LCV with a price point which defies competition, said a company statement.
As the leader in sales of LCVs in Lebanon since 2010, Dacia has established itself as the most viable solution for professionals and families alike, thanks to its unbeatable quality/price ratio, and its three year, 100,000 kilometer guarantee, it stated.
Both the models offer a range of quality equipments and a sober and modular interior ideally adapted to business or family needs.
The Dokker can comfortably accommodate five people thanks to its fully foldable rear seats, and offers a boot volume of 800 liters for a more than accessible price point. As for the Dokker Van, its generous dimensions (length: 4.36m / width: 1.75m / height: 1.81m), allow for a carrying capacity of 3.3 to 3.9 cubic meters.
"Loading the Dacia is a breeze, with its sliding side doors, and its asymmetric rear doors. With a maximum payload of 750kg, and a load length of 1.9 to 3.11 meters, Dokker Van offers not only a unique level of functionality in the LCV segment, but also an uncompromising level of comfort," the company statement said.
The Dacia Dokker Van is also packed with a variety of solutions that simplify the day-to-day life of drivers, with ingenious storage spaces for optimal stowage.
Adding to the comfort level is the Media Nav navigation system, intuitive to use thanks to its tactile touch screen. It encompasses a radio, USBs and jack sockets, Bluetooth hands free telephony and audio streaming technology, and a 2D or 3D navigation display.
For a peaceful and relaxing drive, these vehicles also benefit from highly efficient sound absorption fittings, the statement added.-TradeArabia News Service
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