Geely’s New Crossover Emgrand GS arrives in Oman – Adding Life to your Adventures!

If you have been in the quest for a new car in Oman, then you are in the right spot, because Volvo’s parent-company Geely has just announced an exclusive crossover to be launched in the market of Oman. The vehicle is not just ideal for the regular drive that you take to work, but it has been designed to be a part of all your journeys and never-ending adventures with your family and friends.

If we kickoff with the design, Emgrand GS has a youthful-athletic touch to it, the overall body shape is pretty tempting, while the interior has a refined carbon fiber finish to it, whereas the complete glass roof would make your adventures unforgettable, on top of that it is also heat resistant making your road trips even smoother.

The engine capacity is 1.8L with an efficient fuel economy, along with ABS-EBD system and the Driver-Passenger airbags coupled with Curtain airbags to ensure for your safety, while the EPB-EBA – electronic brake assistants would ensure you a hassle-free parking experience, whereas the crossover would always notify you whenever you’d over-speed, the cruise control is obviously there to make your drives even smoother, whereas the Passive Entry System would revamp the keyless driving experience, while the 8-inch touchable screen would make your entertainment just a touch away. The double-clutch transmission is functional beauty to be used coupled with the torque of 170/4000 NM. The rack & pinion steering type makes it a pleasure to handle it and the 60L fuel capacity enables you for the perfect long drives without worrying about re-filling. The McPherson independent suspension type adds a whole another level of sophistication to the already pleasing inner system of this beauty crossover.

Talk about affordability, Geely’s crossover is priced significantly lower than most of the other alternatives and considering crossover prices in Oman, Emgrand GS outmatches almost every other crossover available in the market right now.

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