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Borgward BX7 Goes on Sale in Iran
Borgward BX7 Goes on Sale in Iran
Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Borgward BX7 Goes on Sale in Iran

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Borgward BX7 Goes on Sale in Iran

Kian Motor Varna has started the sale of crossover Borgward BX7 in Iran. The vehicle is priced at 2,799 billion rials ($62,200). No installment plans are available.
According to Kian Motor website, the car will be delivered in 2 to 3 months. With an engine capacity under 2000cc, BX7 is subject to a 75% tariff according to the latest auto import rules introduced by the government in January. The model sells for $36,000 in the neighboring United Arab Emirates.
Borgward is a is a German-based automobile brand, which is backed up financially by Chinese truck manufacturer Foton.

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