Crossover Geely Boyue Pro Became Brand Bestseller
The new crossover Geely Boyue Pro became the bestseller of the brandthe model will be called Atlas Pro. In terms of the number of cars sold, the crossover left far behind its main competitors.The updated Geely Boyue Pro crossover continues to be in high demand in the Chinese car market. In January 2020, it sold 24 thousand copies. This result is 30% higher than the performance of its main competitors – Nissan X-Trail and Toyota RAV4, which were sold 16 and 15 thousand times, respectively. The car went on sale four months ago and immediately aroused great interest among the public. Recall that in Russia the model should appear before the end of the year under the name Atlas Pro.The novelty was created on the basis of the current generation Geely Atlas – its length is 4 544 mm with a wheelbase of 2 670 mm. The car received cosmetic changes in the exterior, but overall retained the silhouette. Of the new products, we note a modified grille, a new hood shape, other bumpers, fully LED running lights and a redesigned rear lights.The engine range of the car consists of two power units. The base was a 1.5-liter turbo engine with a return of 177 hp, which was created by Volvo specialists. You can also purchase a car with a 1.8-liter turbo engine with an output of 184 hp. The power plant works in tandem with a robotic gearbox. Depending on the vehicle, the system relies on front-wheel or all-wheel drive. Unlike the exterior, the interior of the novelty has changed very much – the entire front console has undergone modernization, the developers have installed a completely new steering wheel with a sporty style. The used car carzaamin(.)com was equipped with a virtual “tidy”, and the screen of the multimedia complex has become larger. In China, the basic version costs 88,800 yuan (about 851 thousand rubles), and the maximum version will have to pay 161,800 yuan (1.55 million rubles). In Russia, the current generation of Geely Atlas is sold at a price of 1 169 990
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