It is just a few days that Pak-Suzuki has said farewell to Mehran, United Motors Ltd has launched the most awaited “Bravo” in a ceremony which took place in a local hotel of the provincial capital of Punjab—Lahore.
The 800cc car comes with a 3-cylinder water-cooled Euro II engine, which has got a fuel capacity of thirty litres. Other specifications of the car include its 4-speed manual transmission which enables 60 nm torque and 50 bph. The car is also provided with an electric power steering, central locking, power windows, inside fuel led opener, rear-view camera, fog lights, alloy wheels and an interactive media panel with USB ports.
At the moment we cannot say much about the newly launched car, only time would tell whether Bravo is the perfect replacement for the outgoing Mehran or not.
Last year in November, the United Auto Industries made an announcement that it was getting into the car manufacturing business and would be preparing to launch an 800cc car.
As per an advertisement published by the United Auto’s in the same period as mentioned before it said that it was searching for business partners to move into the automobile manufacturing.
It also looked for interested parties to submit their applications for getting considered by the 15th of December 2017. United Auto’s is currently busy with the making of scooters, bikes, loaders and rickshaws in Pakistan.
Additionally, the firm has applied for copyright of automobiles design with the Intellectual Property Organization of Pakistan (IPOP).
Last week it was announced by the Pak-Suzuki official that it would be halting the production of Mehran’s VX variant from April, next year.
The company introduced Mehran back in the year 1989 in Pakistan, and ever since then, it has been among the most famous and used cars in Pakistan.
Previously, Pak-Suzuki, in a bid to its dealers (partners) nationwide announced that it would be halting Mehran VX Model SB-308 (without air-conditioner) from the November of 2018. Dealers inform that the VXR variant (with air conditioner) would also be discontinued from the March 2019.