Rabindra Dhungel, 11 september 2020. It has been one year since Kuju Nepal started selling DFSK brand products being produced in Indonesia. The company has been selling DFSK Glory 580 before but now it is going to start selling Glory 560 as well. The company says that it has been attracted by the love given by the customers in the last one year and this has inspired them to bring new models of SUVs to Nepal. Despite the target of starting sales in the new year, sales are said to be delayed due to Covid 19.
In the first year of its arrival in Nepal, Kuju Nepal has thanked all the stakeholders for winning the hearts of the car-loving, price-based features and SUV-loving customers. Even though the Nepali automobile market is very small, it is said that the government has successfully passed the first year in recent times even in the face of government policy and inconvenient banking. Director of Kuju Nepal, Umid Shrestha, said that they have been encouraged to move forward by bringing better models in the coming days.
The Glory 560 has a length of 4515 mm, a width of 1815 mm and a height of 1735 mm. It has a wheelbase of 2690 mm. The total weight of the vehicle is 2005 kg.
The Glory 560 is powered by a Euro 5 standard engine. Its 1.5-liter turbo petrol engine delivers 148 bhp of power at a maximum of 5700 rpm and 230 Nm of torque at 1800 to 4000 rpm. It has a 6-speed manual gearbox. Also, a 50 liter fuel tank is available.
The Glory 560 is a SUV with a 5 star rating in the crash test from Global Encap. It has disc brakes on all four wheels. Features like 17 inch alloy wheel, airbag, seat belt reminder, ABS, EBD, engine immobilizer, alarm system, speed sensing auto lock, crash auto unlock.
Interior and features
The Glory 560 has a soft touch dashboard, while the dashboard has an 8-inch floating infotainment display. Features like reverse camera, push start / stop button, keyless entry can be found in it.
The company will offer a warranty of 3 years or 40,000 kilometers, whichever comes first.
According to the company’s plan to sell at a competitive price, the price has been set at Rs 5.75 million.