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Subaru Forester test drive on Sunday

Rory Daley

Friday, April 26, 2013    

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IF you are in the market for a motor vehicle to suit your taste and price, then KIG invites you to excite your senses by attending their test drive at the Caymanas Bike Track, off Mandela Highway, St Catherine, on Sunday.

The starting time is scheduled for 12:00 noon.

Open to the public, the event will be headlined by the new 2013 Subaru Forester.

"The new model has been enhanced for greater style, fuel efficiency, advanced technology, and safety while maintaining its outstanding driving capability, both on and off road," said Dawn Green, public relations and marketing manager at the Spanish Town Road-based KIG.

The new Subaru Forester features more than just visual updates. It is now equipped with the CVT transmission replacing the four-speed automatic one.

Subaru's world famous symmetrical all-wheel drive gets further refinement to enhance drivability in all conditions.

Other brands under KIG's portfolio will be on show including the Ford Ranger and Subaru XV.

The test drive will end at 6:00 pm.

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