Remember, it was previously reported that the first Monjaro should appear at Russian dealers in March-April of this year. Pricing for the model has not yet been revealed. Most likely, the flagship crossover will be more expensive than Geely Tugella, which they offer to buy for 3,999,999 rubles without discounts.
In Russia, Geely Monjaro will be presented with a 238-horsepower two-liter engine with a torque of 350 Nm, combined with an “automatic” 8-speed torque converter. The drive – connected full. Monjaro also received independent suspensions (“MacPherson” and “multi-link”), electric power steering and disc brakes.
Earlier, RG reported that a seven-seater Geely Okavango crossover would appear in Russia.
Photo: Geely press service.