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South Africa’s premier agricultural show, the NAMPO Harvest Day, provides the perfect platform to showcase the latest trends, products, innovations and networking opportunities within the farming industry.
JAC Motors South Africa will be in attendance at this year’s expo in Bothaville that is taking place from 16 to 20 May. The public is invited to visit them at stand number 7a to learn more about the company and its product range.
“This year, JAC Motors will be in the country for five years. Over the past year, our sales in the farming industry have increased substantially, making NAMPO the ideal platform for us to showcase our products to the public and the representatives of the agricultural sector,” says Karl-Heinz Göbel, CEO of JAC Motors South Africa.
The company will display its range-topper T8 2.0L CTI double-cab, tough X200 2.8L TDI forward-cab series and its N55 EV battery-electric truck. Trained instructors will put the T8 4×4 through its paces on the off-road track, where the public can join them for demonstrations at specific timeslots.
The unique X200 2.8L TDI double-cab 1.3-tonne bakkie is a workhorse and people carrier. It can accommodate six people legally inside its cab, which is a good example of how JAC Motors’ products offer valuable transportation solutions to the farming industry.
The NAMPO Harvest Day sees the introduction of an extended Service Plan of 5-years/100 000 km on the T8 2.0L CTI and a 5% discount on all products purchased for the show’s duration.
“Our reliable product range offers excellent value for money and caters to various agricultural applications and body customisations. Farmers and agricultural practitioners can count on quality advice from our 65 dealers across the country, in Namibia, Lesotho and Eswatini,” concludes Göbel.
About Anhui Jianghuai Automobile Group Corporation Ltd. (JAC Motors)
JAC Motors may be a relative newcomer to the South African market; however, it has been a giant in the Chinese auto industry for more than 58 years. The company produces passenger cars, pick-ups and trucks for left- and right-hand drive markets. Its marketing network covers more than 130 countries worldwide, including 28 African countries.
JAC Motors is a prolific producer of electric vehicles. In 2020, Volkswagen AG acquired an additional 25 per cent stake in its Chinese electric vehicle joint venture with JAC Motors. The original joint venture was established in 2017 between Volkswagen and JAC Motors, each holding 50 per cent equity. The joint venture will become central to the two brands’ electric vehicle programmes in China.