Geely EC7 will cost R $ 49,900

Geely EC7 will cost R $ 49,900

The EC7 first Chinese automaker Geely car to be sold in Brazil had its price announced on Tuesday (11): R $ 49,900. According to the brand, the arrival of the sedan market is scheduled for the month of March.

Remember, the EC7 will be sold in single version equipped with 1.8 engine of 130 horsepower, manual transmission five-speed digital air conditioning, power locks and windows, power steering, steering wheel with height adjustment, leather seat covers , disc brakes on all four wheels, dual airbags and rear parking sensor.

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