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Resort buys electric cars from local dealer

Ropate Valemei
Saturday, February 16, 2013

VISION Motors has sold three HDK electric vehicles to Fiji Beach Resort and Spa, managed by Hilton at Denarau in Nadi.

Company industrial product manager Dinesh Pal said the electric cars cost $20,000 each and was a brand developed in the US and built by Xiamen Dalle Electric Car Company in China.

"Our products are world class and now exported to all major continents including Europe, the Middle-East, Asia, Australasia and the Americas," Mr Pal said.

He said HDK boasted some of the finest inventions such as hot dip galvanised chassis with a 15-year rust proof warranty.

"Other key features include Trojan deep cycle batteries, US Curtis controller, US on-board charger, independent suspension system, water resist roof, TPO moulded front cowl and aluminium wheels.

"Our products include four-wheel electric carts, golf carts, hunting buggies, lifted carts, utility cars, sports vehicles, electric buses and electric components," Mr Pal said.

He said Vision Motors was the exclusive distributor of HDK products in Fiji and other South Pacific Island markets.

He said the resort was planning to buy more cars in the coming months.





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