Motorcity introduces new Subaru offers
Manama, February 13, 2013
Motorcity, the sole distributor of Subaru cars in Bahrain, has announced new offers on Subaru range of models, including WRX STI, BRZ, XV and Legacy with affordable monthly installments.
Subaru cars are well-known for their high performance, advanced technology, combined with the legendary Japanese reliability and meticulous attention to details, a statement from the company said.
The horizontal layout of the Subaru Boxer engine, a standard in all models, combines balance with power and efficiency, by allowing the engine to be positioned in-line with the drive train for maximum transfer of power.
This flat, low-profile, almost perfectly symmetrical engine can provide a lower center of gravity than other designs, helping provide quick handling response and flat, confident cornering, the statement said.
Subaru is internationally acclaimed for many innovations in the automotive segment, among which is the symmetrical all-wheel drive, which comes as a standard on almost every Subaru, for better stability, efficiency and a quicker response to slippery conditions.
Symmetrical all-wheel drive has the engine mounted in-line with the drive train, helping provide a seamless transfer of power to all four wheels simultaneously for maximum traction and acceleration, further add control through uniform stability, it said.
Another innovative technology feature by Subaru is the vehicle dynamics control system, an electronic control system that monitors and analyses the actual driving conditions and habits of the driver for a constant and automatic optimisation of both traction and stability of the vehicle to maintain a safer driving experience. – TradeArabia News Service
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