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FORD FREESTYLE LAUNCHED IN NEPAL

G.O Automobiles Pvt Ltd, authorized distributor of Ford Motors in Nepal, have launched their latest product Ford Freestyle on May 1st at Labim Mall. The all new exciting Ford Freestyle was showcased at Labim Mall for three days from May 1-3, 2018, and to make it more extravagant, the launch was accompanied with various performances and acts by international artists. The Freestyle comes in as a fresh new contender in the CUV market here in Nepal and with the right pricing G.O. Automobiles plan to reign over the segment with the vehicle.The CUV runs on three-cylinder 1.2L TiVCT petrol engine from the Dragon series on offer, producing 96 PS of power and a 120 Nm of torque. Whereas, the freestyle even comes with 1.5L TDCi diesel engine that generates 100 PS of power and 215 Nm of torque. On the safety front, the Freestyle receives six airbags, high ground clearance, traction control system, anti-lock braking system with electronic brake force distribution and uniquely tuned EPAS. The Active Rollover Prevention (ARP) has also been introduced which is combined with Electronic Stability Control to make things even better.The Ford Freestyle will also feature Ford’s in-car infotainment system, SYNC 3 with a 6.5-inch touchscreen compatible with Apple Carplay and Android Smartphone. The CUV even comes loaded with features such as push button start, key-less entry, auto headlamps, rain-sensor wipers and 15-inch alloy wheels.

Planning to reign over the CUV segment, astonishing prices have been set for all the 4 variants.  The price quoted for each of the variants are Rs. 26.99 lakh for Ambiente, Rs. 28.50 lakh for Trend, 29.99 lakh for Titanium and 32.49 lakh for titanium +.

 

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