Jordan Land Rover dealer launches offer
Amman, August 16, 2011
Mahmoudia Motors, the exclusive and sole dealer of Land Rover Cars in Jordan, has introduced a special price on the Range Rover HSE purchased during Ramadan.
The dealership also provides new Range Rover HSE owners with a range of services that include a five-year/150,000 km warranty and 24/7 roadside assistant for the first five years/150,000 km.
“This offer will run throughout Ramadan and comes as part of our efforts to make it possible for customers to make considerable savings on purchasing the classic Range Rover that provides its driver with exceptional performance, elegance, safety and adventure,” said Ammer Bajjali, Jaguar Land Rover brand manager.
“At Mahmoudia Motors, we aim to provide the citizens of Jordan with the opportunity to become the proud owners of the most desirable and luxurious premium car brands in the world, supported by an exceptional level of customer service.”
Many advanced features are standard on the Range Rover HSE, a statement said.
The patented Terrain Response system is upgraded with new Hill Start Assist and Gradient Acceleration Control.
An integrated rear view camera eases parking by displaying a full-colour wide-angled image on the touch-screen in the upper dashboard. There’s the luxury of Blenheim leather seats, heated front seats, real wood veneer trim and the 14-speaker harman/kardon in-car entertainment system and optional illuminated front sill tread plates.
Outside are a new Jupiter grille, side vents and a selection of four striking new alloy wheel designs.
The HSE’s V8 5.0 litre engine provides 25 per cent more power (276kw/375HP) and 20 per cent more torque than the previous generation's 4.4 litre engine, the statement said. – TradeArabia News Service
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