Four variants are available with prices ranging from RM134,000 to RM160,000. All variants are certified Energy Efficient Vehicles.
Prices are as shown in table.
Previously, Edaran Tan Chong Motor was only able to give estimated prices for the SUV pending government approval. It had estimated the 2.0L 2WD at below RM139,900; 2.0L 2WD MID (below RM149,900), 2.5L 4WD (below RM159,900) and 2.0L Hybrid (below RM169,900).
Five colours are available: Brilliant White, Tungsten Silver, Titanium Olive, Diamond Black and Imperial Umber (new).
A 2-year or 40,000km periodic maintenance service (whichever comes first) is offered as part of the launch campaign. Additionally, high trade-in offers are available and the first 500 registered vehicles will also receive a gift worth RM488.
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