New Arrivals

  • BMW 420i SPORT GRAN COUPE

    Fresh from a mid-life makeover, which involved the entire BMW 4 Series range of models, the 4-Series Gran Coupe still retains its unique proposition: a four-door car with coupe styling. While the updates are not major ones, they do well in giving the car a fresher appearance. New LED headlights, slightly reshaped front bumper and new LED set-up for its signature L-shaped taillight cluster. Inside the cabin, there are new digital instruments, which change colour depending on the driving mode plus an updated version of iDrive and new upholstery trims which complement a revised range of paint options. Elsewhere, BMW has tweaked the suspension set-up to make it firmer, without any significant loss in ride comfort. We have the 420i Sport Gran Coupe and the additional equipment options included are 18-inch double spoke style light alloy wheels, Advanced Parking Package (Park Assist and Reversing Assist Camera), Comfort Access, electric front seats and memory function for driver and folding side mirrors with anti-dazzle.

     

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  • MERCEDES BENZ GLS400

    The Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class is a full-size luxury SUV with three-row, seven-passenger capacity and it is the flagship of the German brand’s SUV range. In fact, it is widely regarded as the SUV equivalent to the S-Class saloon. The current model was launched in 2012 but it received a facelift this year. The revised GLS-Class is bigger, more luxurious and full of tech gadgets yet it is lighter than its predecessor by an impressive 100 kg. The GLS400 is the second variant we offer (the first being the GLS350d AMG Line) and it is propelled by a petrol 3-litre V6 engine with 333 hp and 480 Nm on tap. Tasked with gear changes is the smooth-shifting 9G-TRONIC PLUS automatic transmission. Noteworthy standard equipment include 19-inch light alloy wheels, Active Parking Assist with Parktronic, reversing camera, Dynamic LED headlights, Dynamic Select, Easy-Pack tailgate, Mirror Package, Memory Package and THERMOTRONIC automatic climate control.

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  • MERCEDES BENZ E220d COUPE AMG

    There’s always been something special about driving a Mercedes-Benz Coupe and the latest E-Class Coupe is no exception. All-new design elements include a reworked front section, AMG bodystyling and 19-inch twin-spoke alloy wheels, and smoother, more rounded surfaces and contours. For maximum visual impact, the E-Class Coupe also features LED high performance headlights with LED daytime running lights. Inside its sumptuous cabin, you’ll find high-quality materials and finishes coupled with generous levels of equipment. Of course, it also offers uncompromising safety and it’s practical too, with ample space for four adults to travel in comfort and style. The E-Class Coupe features an array of technologies designed to maximise safety and provide the driver with peace of mind. These include Active Brake Assist, which continuously scans the road and warns you of potential hazards. It also ensures that you have optimum brake force available when you need it and, in emergency situations, it can even intervene with autonomous braking. Other safety features include ATTENTION ASSIST, which monitors your driving behaviour for telltale signs of fatigue and warns you to take a break if required. To help make every journey as relaxing as possible, on board tech includes Parking Pilot with front and rear sensors. This clever system not only identifies suitable parking spaces but also guides the E-Class Coupe into them. For added safety, you’ll also hear audible warnings if you get too close to any obstacles, while a reversing camera gives you a clear view of the area behind the vehicle. The E220d might be the entry level variant but its powerful 2-litre turbo-diesel engine (194 hp and 400 Nm), which is mated to the 9G-TRONIC 9-speed automatic transmission, enables the sexy two-door ride to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in just 7.4 seconds. Yet, it sips a mere 4.6 litres of fuel for every  100 km travelled.

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  • BMW 530i SE SALOON

    The G30 is the seventh and latest generation of the BMW 5 Series and it was officially launched in February 2017. The G30 is based on a modular automobile platform upon which the 7 Series (G11) luxury sedan is also built. Its body structure is made of a mixture of deep-drawing, multi-phase and ultra-high-strength steels, as well as aluminium. The bonnet, bootlid, roof and doors are constructed from aluminium. As a result of these and other weight-saving measures, the new 5 Series weighs up to 100 kg less than its predecessor. The G30 uses a double-wishbone front axle and a five-link rear axle and steel springs are used front and rear in the saloon while the Touring model uses automatic self-levelling rear air suspension. The G30 is available with an electromechanical four-wheel steering system, which BMW calls Integral Active Steering, and for the first time in a 5 Series, this system is available in conjunction with xDrive. The front grille is capable of closing and opening its shutters to allow for optimal engine cooling and better aerodynamic flow whenever possible. The G30 uses BMW’s sixth-generation iDrive vehicle control system, which has been expanded to offer four manual input options, most notably gesture-recognising controls. The electronic architecture has been upgraded to a 48V system in order to allow for the use of a number of autonomous driver assistance systems. A myriad of drivetrains including petrol, diesel and hybrid are available and the 530i SE variant is our first offering. Propulsion is via the highly-effective 2-litre 4-cylinder TwinPower Turbo engine, which produces 252 hp and 350 Nm, and the famous 8-speed Sport automatic gearbox with Steptronic. Performance-wise, 0-100 km/h is dispatched in 6.2 seconds and top speed is 250 km/h. In addition to the long list of standard equipment, our 530i SE saloon also comes with Comfort Package, adpative headlights, soft-close doors and Apple CarPlay preparation.

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  • HONDA FREED 1.5G HYBRID SENSING

    Simply one of the most versatile compact MPVs available today! The new Honda Freed 1.5G Hybrid Sensing is truly the car for drivers who want ample space, clever versatility and excellent engine efficiency in an intelligently packaged ride with three rows of seats. And speaking of the seats, the third row is split 50:50 and its unique tip-up feature frees up a lot of space when needed. Powered by a 1.5-litre 4-cylinder 109 bhp/134 Nm engine mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox which is ably assisted by a hybrid motor/battery combo, this people carrier is speedy enough in all types of traffic. Throw in features such as all-round LED lights, power sliding doors, ECO Assist and ECO Drive display, Honda Sensing, reverse camera, and exclusive Hybrid only equipment such as gear lever, front grille, headlight garnish and rear combination lights, and this has to be choice of discerning families.

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  • MERCEDES-AMG GLC43 COUPE

    The sleeker sibling of the Mercedes-AMG GLC43 SUV, the GLC43 Coupe is blessed with many of the same qualities including the fabulous 3-litre V6 bi-turbocharged engine which is rated at 367 hp and 520 Nm, AMG Performance 4MATIC all-wheel drive with special AMG torque distribution where 31 percent of the power is transferred to the front and 69 percent to the rear axle and AMG sports suspension based on the AIR BODY CONTROL air suspension. All of these combine to provide a highly emotional and extremely moving driving experience, headlined by a 0 to 100 km/h timing of 4.9 seconds. That’s faster than the Porsche Macan GTS! One ‘plus’ that the GLC43 Coupe has over the SUV variant is its wheels which are an inch larger, i.e. 20-inch!

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  • MERCEDES-AMG C43 SALOON

    Hot on the heels of the Mercedes-AMG C43 Coupe and Cabriolet is the C43 Saloon which is more family-friendly! Like its siblings, the C43 Saloon is positioned between the Mercedes-Benz C300 Saloon and its brand sibling, the C63 Saloon. However, it’s definitely closer in character and performance to the latter. Propelled by the now-famous 3-litre V6 bi-turbo engine with 367 hp and 520 Nm on tap and mated to a 9-speed automatic gearbox, modified chassis setup and 4MATIC all-wheel drive (69% rear torque bias), it’s one of the swiftest and nimblest saloons in its class in all driving conditions. And with larger brakes (360 mm vented and perforated front discs, 320 mm vented rears), it has the stopping performance to match. Inside and outside, the C43 Saloon is easily differentiated from the standard C-Class Saloons by a plethora of AMG-specific goodies.

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  • MERCEDES-AMG E43 SALOON

    The new Mercedes-AMG E43 Saloon packs a wallop, thanks to an enhanced engine. While the C43 variants make do with ‘just’ 367 hp, the four-door E43 packs 401 hp from its twin-turbocharged V6. This enables the car to clock a suitably spirited 0-100 km/h time of just 4.6 seconds. Helping the driver make best use of the engine’s performance is the 9-speed 9G-TRONIC PLUS automatic transmission that transmits drive to all four wheels via the German brand’s 4Matic all-wheel-drive system. Satisfyingly, most of the torque is (in normal drive) deployed to the rear wheels, with a front-to-rear torque distribution of 31:69. Air suspension is standard but it’s been re-calibrated to better suit the sportier character of the E43 Saloon. Braking power is provided by cross-drilled and ventilated 360 mm front discs, clamped by 4-piston callipers, while out the back you’ll find ventilated 360 mm discs and single-piston callipers. The E43 Saloon also gets bespoke 20-inch alloy wheels, chrome-plated exhaust tips and a standard-fit lip spoiler atop the boot lid. Inside there are similarly subtle upgrades, including red stitching, extended leather trim, a black headliner and red seatbelts. You get a myriad of AMG-specific instrumentation, too, adding to the high-performance feel.

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  • MERCEDES-BENZ GLA200 AMG

    The Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class might not have the road presence of the larger SUV models from the German carmaker but it does have one advantage: it’s compact dimensions means that it’s more agile around corners. The 7-speed 7G-DCT gearbox ensures that the 156 hp and 250 Nm on tap is efficiently transferred to the front wheels. Based on the same platform as the A-Class hatchback and CLA-Class Coupe, the GLA200 we have is fitted with AMG components such aero body parts and 19-inch alloy wheels. And with the off-road comfort suspension system, this SUV is up to the task of the occasional jaunt away from the asphalt. Noteworthy equipment fitted include Bi-Xenon headlights, EASY-PACK tailgate, Keyless Go, panoramic sliding roof and Parking Pilot.

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  • TOYOTA C-HR HYBRID 1.8 G

    Launched in December 2016, the all-new Toyota C-HR is finally here! The name C-HR stands for Compact High Rider and this crossover is built on the Toyota New Global Architecture, the same underpinnings that support the new Prius. There is no mistaking the car’s exterior. It’s one of Toyota’s bolder designs and it looks futuristic. Everywhere you look, there are curves, contours and bulges. The sloped roof and rising shoulder line make for a coupe-like stance while the inward facing boomerang taillights bring a highly distinctive edge to the already striking rear fascia. Our version is the 1.8 G variant and it comes with 18-inch alloy wheels with a two-tone finish. The engine puts out 122 hp and 142 Nm and the total hybrid system output is rated at 122 hp. Mated to a Super CVT-i transmission, this crossover consumes a mere 3.9 litres for every 100 km travelled. The well-sorted suspension set-up delivers a wieldy feel and great response. The ride is also sophisticated, with a good blend of control and suppleness. Inside, the cabin feels high-quality and, in contrast to the funky exterior, is neatly and logically laid out. Highlights include the sports seats with leather/fabric upholstery, leather steering wheel and gear knob, Nanoe, and gorgeously illuminated 4.2-inch multi-information display. The C-HR Hybrid 1.8 G is also one of the safest cars in its class with Toyota Safety Sense P (pre-crash safety system, lane departure alert, automatic high beam and radar cruise control), automatic anti-dazzle inner mirror, blind spot monitor, vehicle stability control and eight airbags as standard equipment.

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  • BMW M2 COUPE

    The design and idea behind the first-ever BMW M2 Coupe stem from the historical roots of BMW. This two-door beauty combines top sporting prowess and classic rear-wheel drive with the precision and agility of a modern M automobile. Characteristic front and rear aprons optimise air flow and aerodynamics while the powerful M TwinPower Turbo inline 6-cylinder engine ensures breath-taking performance. How breath-taking? With an impressive 370 hp and 500 Nm on tap, top speed is 250 km/h while 0 to 100 km/h is dispatched in an awesome 4.5 seconds. The design of the M2 Coupe is the embodiment of pure power and dynamics. The sporty coupe line, the muscular shape and the cockpit with authentic racetrack details underscore the car’s athletic presence. Add the M double-clutch transmission with Drivelogic, Active M Differential, Dynamic Stability Control with M Dynamic Mode, M performance brakes (380 mm front, 370 mm rear) and M silencer with quad tailpipes and the BMW M2 Coupe is undeniably a full-blown sportsman in the classic BMW M tradition.

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  • TOYOTA PROACE 1.6 COMFORT MEDIUM 5MT

    Toyota commercial vehicles, like their passenger models, are synonymous with reliability, functionality and fuel efficiency. The Proace light commercial vehicle (LCV) is the Japanese brand’s newest offering and it has all the aforementioned qualities as well as a dose of style and modernity in the way it looks. The second generation Proace was launched last year and it comes in three lengths. The variant we have is the Comfort Medium and it’s a very good load lugger. With a wheelbase of 3275 mm and height that’s over 1.9 m tall, it can swallow almost 4000 litres of stuff! Powered by a 1.6-litre 4-cylinder diesel engine with 95 hp and 210 Nm on tap that’s mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox, it consumes 5.4 litres per 100 km. Very frugal, indeed. In the cabin area, there is seating for three occupants (including the driver) and standard amenities include manual air-conditioning, storage compartment under passenger’s bench, 12V sockets, USB port, audio system and noise reduction layer on the front windscreen.

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  • BMW 420iA SPORT GRAN COUPE

    The BMW 4 Series is a new range which replaces the 3 Series Coupe and Convertible and it was introduced in 2013 with the Coupe and Convertible being the first variants made available. The 4 Series Gran Coupe made its appearance in 2014 and it follows the formula used by the larger 6 Series Gran Coupe with coupe styling and four doors but it also have an extra hatch door known as a liftback. Our 420i Sport Gran Coupe is propelled by the 2-litre TwinPower Turbo 4-cylinder engine that produces 184 hp and 270 Nm. Matched with the ZF 8-speed automatic transmission, it sprints from 0-100 km/h in 7.5 seconds and top speed is 236 km/h. With its ability to seat four adults in excellent comfort, coupe body with low centre of gravity, and well-sorted suspension, it’s a great everyday car for the driving enthusiast. The variant we have is the Sport Line edition and it comes with 18-inch double-spoke alloy wheels (17-inch is standard), Sport seats, Sport leather steering wheel and “Sport Line” emblems at the sides of the coupe. Other highlights are BMW Online Services, Park Distance Control (front and rear), Xenon headlights, speedometer and tachometer with chronoscales and contrast rings in red, Driving Experience Control with additional Sport+ mode and Extended Interior Light Package.

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  • MERCEDES-BENZ GLC250 COUPE

    Joining the Mercedes-Benz GLC250d Coupe is the GLC250 Coupe. While the numbers in the name are the same, the absence of “d” means that this variant is powered by a petrol engine (instead of a diesel unit). And it is a very versatile powerplant. Although 1991 cc and four cylinders doesn’t sound impressive, turbocharging has given the car 211 hp and 350 Nm!  Give the throttle a boot and it will complete the 0-1oo km/h dash in 7.3 seconds. Keep the foot down and top speed is 222 km/h. All these from a tallish car that tips the scales at almost 1.8 tonnes! Aesthetically, the car cuts a dynamic silhouette from any angle. striking a perfect balance between the fluid lines of a sporty coupe and the go-anywhere athleticism of an SUV. Out on the road, 4MATIC all-wheel drive optimises stability and control in all road and weather conditions, while the sports suspension provides agile handling befitting a coupe.

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  • MERCEDES-BENZ GLC250 AMG

    Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class is a compact luxury SUV introduced in 2015 and it replaces the former Mercedes-Benz GLK-Class. Under the naming scheme maintained by Mercedes-Benz, all SUVs use “GL” followed by the model’s placement in the brand’s hierarchy. The “G” is for Gelandewagen (German for off-road vehicle) and alludes the iconic G-Wagen while the “C” denotes the SUV equivalence to the C-Class. The GLC-Class was first introduced as a 5-door SUV with seating for five. Our GLC250 AMG comes dressed in a suite of AMG accessories including 19-inch alloy wheels, carbon fibre/aluminium trim, and an assortment of AMG Line interior and exterior embellishments. Propulsion comes from the 2-litre turbocharged 4-cylinder engine mated to the 9-speed automatic gearbox and with 211 hp and 350 Nm on tap, 0-100 km/h is swiftly dispatched in 7.3 seconds. Pretty swift for a 1735 kg SUV!

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  • MERCEDES-BENZ C300 COUPE AMG PREMIUM PLUS

    The most powerful petrol model in the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe range, the C300 packs a 2-litre turbocharged 4-cylinder engine which has been tuned for even more power and torque. With 245 hp and 370 Nm (available from a low 1300 rpm) on tap, this two-door ride sprints from 0-100 km/h in 6 seconds flat. This makes it faster than many hot hatches! The C-Class Coupe strikes an impressive silhouette that is both handsome and sexy at the same time and our C300 Coupe is even more of a head-turner as we offer it with AMG components such as body styling , widened wheel arches and 18-inch 5-spoke alloy wheels.

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  • MERCEDES-AMG GLC43 SUV PREMIUM PLUS

    Currently, the top variant in the GLC-Class range of SUVs, the Mercedes-AMG GLC43 SUV is a special ride indeed and ours is even more exclusive as it comes with the Premium Plus package.. With a full suit of AMG ‘clothes’ and 19-inch ‘shoes’, it is even more eye-catching than the already handsome GLC-Class SUV. And speaking of “catching”, most drivers who encounter this uber SUV will have a hard time trying to keep up with it. As with other Mercedes-AMG models bearing the digits “43”, it gets its storming road performance from the 3-litre V6 bi-turbocharged engine. Rated at 367 hp and 520 Nm, it enables the GLC43 SUV to zip from 0-100 km/h in 4.9 seconds! Revel in the glorious notes coming from the AMG sports exhaust system as the 9G-TRONIC transmission speeds through the gears and relish the roadholding afforded by the AMG performance 4MATIC all-wheel drive system and AIR BODY CONTROL.

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  • MERCEDES-BENZ GLS350d AMG LINE

    The Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class is a full-size luxury SUV with three-row, seven-passenger capacity and it is positioned above the GLE-Class in the lineup. Clearly, it is the flagship of the German carmaker’s SUV range and the SUV equivalent to the S-Class. The current model was launched in 2012 but it received a facelift this year. When it was introduced, the GLS-Class was bigger, more luxurious and full of tech gadgets. Despite increased dimensions, Mercedes-Benz still managed to shave 100 kg off its kerb weight and thanks to the BlueEFFICIENCY package (start/stop system, intelligent alternator management, electric steering, etc.), it is also more efficient. ATTENTION ASSIST, 9 airbags and pedestrian protection including Active Bonnet, self-leveling AIRMATIC suspension and electric easy-pack tailgate are all standard features. The GLS350d is the only diesel variant available and it is propelled by a 3-litre V6 turbo-diesel powerplant with 258 hp and 620 Nm on tap, which is mated to a 9G-TRONIC automatic gearbox with 4MATIC all-wheel drive. Our car has AMG Line components including bodystyling and 21-inch twin-spoke alloy wheels, and Harman Kardon Logic 7 surround sound system, COMAND Online and no less than 8 speakers!

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  • MERCEDES-AMG C43 CABRIOLET

    Like its sibling, the Mercedes-AMG C43 Coupe, the C43 Cabriolet slots between the Mercedes-Benz C300 Cabriolet and the C63 Cabriolet. However, it’s definitely closer in spirit, character, and performance to the latter, and it has the tools to back it up! Propelled by a 3-litre V6 bi-turbo engine with 367 hp and 520 Nm mated to a 9-speed automatic gearbox, modified chassis setup with more negative wheel camber, 4MATIC all-wheel drive, a sports-tuned steering system, and larger brakes (360 mm vented and perforated front discs, 320 mm vented rears), the C43 Cabriolet is a driver’s car par excellence and it will entertain, and enthrall you, always. Even though it keeps the slimmer body of the regular C-Class coupe, special bits like the diamond-mesh grille, special cladding, and rear lip spoiler underscore the fact that this AMG means business. There are changes inside, as well: body-hugging red seats, specific instruments with a chequered-flag pattern, aluminium trim, and brushed stainless steel pedals with rubber studs underscore this AMG’s aspirations. If you love ‘topless’ driving, AIRSCARF and AIRCAP will everyone comfortable regardless of the exterior air temperature and strength of wind.

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  • MERCEDES-BENZ C200 CABRIOLET AMG PREMIUM PLUS

    The Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet shares a lot of its features and equipment with the C-Class Coupe. However, it’s the ONE unique gadget it has which the coupe does not that makes it special. We are talking about the acoustic soft top, of course! It opens in just 24 seconds and it can be opened, and closed, at speeds of up to 30 mph (48 km/h). The automatic wind deflector AIRCAP and the neck-level heating system AIRSCARF will ensure year-round open-air driving enjoyment. When the AIRCAP switch is operated, a wind deflector is deployed above the windscreen, and both the rear seat headrests and the draught-stop are raised. When the roof is open, AIRCAP reduces air turbulence in the interior for all occupants, including your rear-seat passengers. The AIRSCARF neck-level heating system makes open-top motoring a pleasure, even when the outside temperature is slightly cooler. Warm air is blown from air outlets in the head restraints to give you and your driver and front-passenger the feeling of an invisible scarf. Our model is the C200 Cabriolet AMG Premium Plus and we have two colours for the soft top: red and black.

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  • BMW 218iA GRAN TOURER

    The BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer (GT) shows that compact size, functionality and variability can be combined perfectly with a dynamic design. The proportions of the car indicate its versatility as soon as you set eyes on it. When viewed from the front, it appears to be low-slung. The wide kidney grille forms the optical focal point and is lower than the headlights, which creates a dynamic look that is unique in this vehicle segment. If you want to discover the big wide world, all you have to do is get in. The large windscreen and high roofline helps to create an open, light-filled atmosphere. In the front, the spacious design highlights its functional character while adjustable seats and a wealth of storage possibilities guarantee unbeatable flexibility. For the 218iA GT, the next level of driving pleasure and efficiency has been reached, as demonstrated by the innovative 1.5-litre 3-cylinder petrol engine. With turbocharging, High Precision Injection and variable valve control including Double-VANOS, it shares the same DNA as the multi-award-winning BMW TwinPower Turbo inline 6-cylinder petrol engine. With 100 kW (136 hp) and 220 Nm on tap, top speed is an amazing 205 km/h while 9.5 seconds is all it takes for the 0-100 km/h sprint.

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  • TOYOTA HARRIER PREMIUM STYLE ASH

    For the first two generations, the Toyota Harrier and Lexus RX were essentially the same car but with different badges. The current Harrier has morphed into an independent model line constructed on a separate platform from the RX, but retaining a visual link. Long front and short rear overhangs lend a streamlined dynamism to the sides, while horizontally accented styling and forward-leaning pillars give a sleek, speedy look that is instantly recognisable. The premium, modern cabin features padded surfaces with neat stitching and wood grain panels while the ergonomic centre cluster combines with an arch-roofed instrument panel to create a spacious and sporty interior while ensuring that all controls are within easy reach. The suspension is enhanced through the use of Frequency Adaptive Damping (FAD) dampers which control the degree of vehicle roll and pitch, automatically adjusting damping characteristics to compensate for the car’s postural changes. Power is provided by a 2-litre 4-cylinder engine that develops 151 PS (111 kW) and 193 Nm of torque, connected to a Super CVT-i transmission. Our Toyota Harrier is the Premium Style Ash variant which comes in an eye-catching metallic blue colour.

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  • MERCEDES-BENZ GLC250D COUPE AMG

    From the gorgeous diamond grille to the sexy sloping roofline and impressive rear, the new Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe cuts a dynamic silhouette from any angle. Striking a perfect balance between the fluid lines of a sporty coupe and the go-anywhere athleticism of an SUV, it compels you to take it out for a drive. The spacious cabin reflects the dynamic exterior, combining premium materials and finishes with bold, clean design. Extensive equipment includes Garmin MAP PILOT navigation system and automatic self-parking system. 4MATIC all-wheel drive optimises stability and control in all road and weather conditions, while the sports suspension provides agile handling befitting a coupe. Our GLC250d AMG version includes AMG bodystyling and 19-inch AMG alloy wheels. Powered by a 2.1-litre turbo-diesel engine that makes 500 Nm which is mated to the 9G-TRONIC 9-speed auto gearbox, it is quick yet frugal with fuel.

     

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  • MERCEDES-BENZ CLA180 AMG SPORT

    The Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class sits in the compact premium category and it is the smallest sedan in the German carmaker’s line-up. Based on the platform of the Mercedes-Benz W176 A-Class and W246 B-Class compact cars, it was launched in early 2013 and it wore the model code C117. The CLA-Class was Mercedes-Benz’s first model to feature their new design language for the next generation of cars. Higher vehicles in the rank like the current C-Class, E-Class and S-Class have design themes inspired by the CLA-Class. The compact sedan is perfect for younger drivers who are looking for a smaller vehicle that sports the desirable features of a sedan and coupe. In Singapore, while there were a variety of engine variants available, including  Mercedes-AMG ones, the CLA180 was by far, the most popular version. The CLA-Class has just been face-lifted and key exterior highlights are the restyled headlights and taillights with bold LED lighting. Our CLA180 comes standard with AMG Sport package of styling enhancements.

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  • FORD MUSTANG 2.3 ECOBOOST (A)

    The latest Ford Mustang is the sixth generation Ford Mustang also known as the “Mustang II”. In departure from prior Mustang models, it includes fully independent rear suspension as well as the 2.3L EcoBoost turbocharged and direct injected 4-cylinder engine. The powerful engine produces 317 PS and 432 Nm and enables the car to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 5.5 seconds/ Top speed is 250 km/h. The coupe’s front end draws inspiration from Ford’s Evos concept which was featured at the Frankfurt Auto Show in 2011. The famous “vertical bar” style taillights is lit by LEDs, and will illuminate sequentially when being used as turn signals. The interior body resembles that of an airplane cockpit boasting an increased body width, and a larger cabin similar to the Ford GT. This gives more room at the back for rear passengers. The changeable ambient lighting is a cool feature and it is similar to the one found in the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. A metal tag on the dashboard bears the Ford Mustang “Running Horse” insignia. The new Mustang was introduced in 2015, marking the 50th anniversary of the Ford Mustang, which was first unveiled on April 17, 1964. It is also the first Ford Mustang to be made in right-hand drive.

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  • MERCEDES-AMG C43 COUPE

    Our Mercedes-AMG C43 Coupe is more exclusive, more special than others as it’s fitted with a limited edition clock which is made by IWC, the famous German watchmaker. The C43 Coupe slots between the Mercedes-Benz C300 Coupe and its brand sibling, the C63 Coupe but is definitely closer in character and spirit to the latter. Compared with the C300, it features a 3-litre V6 bi-turbo engine with 367 hp and 520 Nm mated to a 9-speed automatic gearbox, modified chassis setup with more negative wheel camber, 4MATIC all-wheel drive (69% rear torque bias), a sports-tuned steering system, and larger brakes (360 mm vented and perforated front discs, 320 mm vented rears). Tyres sized 225/45 at the front and 245/40 at the rear wrap around multi-spoke 19-inch alloy wheels. Even though it keeps the slimmer body of the regular C-Class coupe, the diamond-mesh grille, special cladding, and rear lip spoiler underscore the fact that this AMG means business. There are changes inside, as well: body-hugging red seats, specific instruments with a chequered-flag pattern, aluminium trim, and brushed stainless steel pedals with rubber studs underscore this AMG’s aspirations. Other standout features include Burmester audio, a panoramic sunroof, LED headlights and taillights, and Active Parking Assist with PARKTRONIC.

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