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Sabahans urged to try out new Foton van

The Foton View C2 Window van, shown to potential customers in Keningau.

12th September, 2017


KENINGAU: Universal Motor Sdn Bhd (UM) and Berjaya China Motor (BCM) continued their statewide roadshow to promote the Foton- View C2 vans with a stop here, recently.

UM’s Managing Director Chok Yun Kiong urged customers in interior Sabah to try out the Foton models which he described as ‘good and flexible’.

“The new model comes with a 2.8-litre turbo diesel engine backed by Japanese engineering technology. The five-speed manual transmission also promises good power,” he told a customer preview here.

UM is the sole distributor for BCM in Sabah. The two companies’ partnership started in 2015. All of UM’s branches in Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan, Lahad Datu and Tawau (its headquarters) are selling the Foton vans.

“All UM branches are 3S-equipped, i.e. they do parts, sales and services,” said Chok. The View C2 vans are diesel-powered.

They are available throughout Malaysia with prices between RM98,115.60-RM98,315.60.

Keningau Assistant District Officer (Administration) Celestine Jetony was present along with the president of the Keningau Chinese Chamber of Commerce Raymond Koh and Kapitan Cina Peter Ma.

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