fbtw fb twitter
 
   
     
  Naza Italia Confident Maserati Levante S Will Do Well
Last update: 24/11/2017

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 24 (Bernama) -- Naza Italia Sdn Bhd is confident the new-launched petrol-powered Maserati Levante S, which is available in two trims, GranLusso and GranSport, will do well in Malaysia's luxury motor vehicle market.

Chief Operating Officer of Naza Italia, the official importer and distributor for Maserati in Malaysia, Farid Sulaiman, said it has sold five units of the turbo-diesel engine Maserati Levante, which was launched in February.

"We expect to be able to sell more of the model with the launch of the petrol-powered twin-turbocharged Levante S," he told reporters after the launch here today.

The Levante S is being introduced to Malaysia's luxury sport utility vehicle (SUV) segment at the starting price of RM788,800 (inclusive of local taxes and duties) and includes three-year Standard Warranty coverage with no mileage restriction, plus a Maserati Premium Service Plus of three years.

He said Maserati has replaced the Levante's hydraulic-power steering with electric-power steering to provide improved handling and driving comfort in the Levante S.

This would also better support the driving modes and enables the newly-introduced Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS) with more active functions, while retaining the razor-sharp steering feel symbolic of any Maserati.

These functions include Highway Assist, Lane Keeping Assist, Active Blind Spot Assist and Traffic Sign Recognition.

Meanwhile, Farid said, Naza Italia aimed to maintain its sale of 70 units of Maserati in 2017 as per last year, with the Ghibli being the most popular model.

-- BERNAMA
 
     
 
     
   
     
 
I use the vehicle hazard lights whenever…
 

Results  |  Polls
 
   
     
  You should only use the hazard lights to warn
traffic that you've had to stop in some sort of emergency. Turning on the hazard lights and still driving on is dangerous. If more and more
motorists use their hazard lights when they
are still moving, those who use them when they actually stall would be in danger of being
knocked into by traffic behind them
 
     
 

Malaysian National News Agency
Ministry of Transport Malaysia

Auto Expo (New Delhi, India)
Bangkok International Motor Show (March–April)
Beijing International Automotive Exhibition

>>> MORE EVENTS

 

...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

© 2017 BERNAMA. All Rights Reserved. Disclaimer | Privacy Policy| Security Policy
This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in any form except with the prior written permission of BERNAMA.
Best viewed in Firefox 8.0 & Internet Explorer 8.0 with 1024 x 768 resolution