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Coscharis unveils award winning Ford Figo

Coscharis Motors, Ford Motors representative in Nigeria has finally launched the new Ford Figo into the market. The official launch of the Figo which was followed by a test drive of the car by selected members of the Nigerian Motoring Press over the weekend, revealed the unique attributes of the compact hatchback which has dominated the Indian auto market in the last two years, garnering over 20 prestigious awards within the period.

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New BMW X3 earns highest safety rating

Few months after its launch, the new BMW X3 has earned top rating in the latest safety assessment programme for new cars.

In the latest Euro NCAP crash test, the BMW X3 achieved the highest rating of 5 stars. The second-generation Sports Activity Vehicle earned its top marks in this challenging test for new vehicles thanks to its comprehensive range of standard safety equipment and effective occupant protection in various types of collision.

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Suzuki SX4, a true Japanese built Sedan

The Suzuki Sx4 sedan may look simple in design but the unique attributes of the Sx4 stands it out in its class. For instance, the Sx4 is one of the few car models that is produced only in Japan. This means that Suzuki applies the strict Japanese standard in producing the Suzuki Sx4. As a result, the Suzuki Sx4 has a very long life span when compared to its competitors.

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The return of Morris Garages

MG (Morris Garages) one time renowned British automobile brand is now in Nigeria – courtesy, Coscharis Motors. The MG as you may recall, was ones a household name in the automobile world in those days, just like the Toyotas, Hondas and Mercedes Benz of today. It was hardly missing in most garages and owners pride the models as jewels. But today, MG is a citizen of China with the latest technological advancements like any other world-class auto brand.

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Mercedes-Benz unveils new climatic wind tunnel

Mercedes-Benz has unveiled two new climatic wind tunnels at its Sindelfingen site, designed to bring extreme weather conditions indoors.

Temperatures ranging from minus 40 to plus 60 degrees Celsius, hurricanes with wind speeds of up to 265 km/h, tropical rainfall and heavy snowstorms are all parts of the standard repertoire available here to the test engineers. If needs be, they can even provide a realistic simulation of a mercilessly hot sun.

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