FOTON Philippines has updated its commercial vehicle lineup with the introduction of Gratour Midi Truck, set to go up against the Suzuki Super Carry.
The Gratour Midi Truck is a model based on the brand's 7-seater Gratour minivan. FOTON Philippines president Rommel Sytin said it was due to the model's high demand that they decided to make a commercial vehicle version of the Gratour.
Powering the Gratour Midi Truck is a 1.2L 4-cylinder gasoline engine the produces 85 hp and 112 Nm of torque. It is mated with a 5-speed manual transmission and has a rear-wheel drive setup. Moreover, the Gratour Midi Truck has a load capacity of 1,200 kg.
We want the Gratour Midi Truck to serve as a powerful and flexible workhorse for all types of commerce. Through this new line up, Filipino entrepreneurs will get to maximize their businesses’ potential in ways of faster, cost-efficient transportation of both manpower and goods,” said Sytin.
In addition, the vehicle features a single DIN audio system with 2 speakers with AM/FM radio, USB, and Auxiliary functions to provide entertainment.
The FOTON Gratour Midi Truck lineup is consisted of the Dropside (P475,000), F-Van (P515,000), Wing Van (P535,000). It also available in other body configurations such as MPV, Jeepney, and Patrol Jeep. FOTON says the Gratour Midi Truck will be offered with a 3-year or 100,000 km warranty.
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