JMC TRUCKMAKER * China: Enters light duty market with a new model
* Jiangxi - Chinese truck maker launch the JMC Conquer
--- Chinese truck maker Jiangling Motors (JMC) has made a play for the Australian light-duty market with the local launch of its Conquer truck this week... Arriving with a $32,000 pricetag, the new truck range is shipping in two models – with GVM ratings ranging from 4.5 tonne to 7.5 tonne – and two different power ratings... The smaller models will be powered by the company’s 2.4-litre high-pressure direct-injection diesel engine that pumps out 120hp (90kW) and 315Nm (232 ft-lb) of torque... The larger models will feature a 3.0-litre engine, which ups the output to 150hp (110kW)... It is understood the vehicles will be available with ABS brakes, air-conditioning, FM radio, CD player, auxiliary inputs, and a number of in-cab storage options. Whether airbags, cruise control or ESC will be available as added extras is yet to be revealed...
(Photo courtesy of JMC: The manufacturer is bringing its small trucks down under) -- Nanchang, Jiangxi, China - ATN (Australia) - 16 Sept 2016
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