Master Motors, in collaboration with Chinese auto manufacturers Chongqing Changan Automobile Limited and Foton Motors, has launched the enticing range of vehicles in the country.
The entire range of automobiles is presented in an ongoing International Engineering & Machinery Asia (IEMA) exhibition at Expo Center, Lahore.
Showcased vehicles include light duty, mini Foton Trucks, and Van, also Changan APV and two pickups.
Changan Pakistan has also unveiled a 7 seater gorgeous-looking SUV, planned to be launched in December next year in a price range of 20 to 30 lacs. The car will directly compete with the likes of Honda BRV and upcoming Toyota Rush.
It’s an up to eight-seater, all-purpose(APV) Euro IV emission compliant vehicle with a much affordable price tag of Rs 1 million – to compare, Suzuki APV 2018 is selling at 2.4 million. The vehicle is only available in a manual transmission.
- 1000 cc
- 4 cylinder, 4 strokes overhead camshaft
- 5-speed manual
- 68 horsepower
- Maximum 6000 RPM
- 92 N.m Torque
Safety and Comfort
- Steering Anti-theft lock
- Energy absorbing Steering
It boasts 2 speakers installed in front doors, a cup holder between the front seats, body-colored side-mirrors and a dual air conditioning system. The fuel tank’s capacity is about 40 liters and most importantly, the vehicle has ample ground clearance that is 165mm. The APV has got a 14-inch rim with a 175/70 tire size.
The instrumental cluster is a traditional one with speed and RPM meter, it shows seat belt warning and other standard signs with a small digital screen that exhibits trip information, fuel economy and total distance traveled.
Master Motors holds a category-A Greenfield status under Auto Policy 2016-2021 of Ministry of Industries and Production. The company is determined to import quality commercial and personal vehicles while also constructing an assembly plant at Karachi. We hope that the company launches some sedans at competitive prices soon.
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