Want something out of the norm? Subaru has you covered at the paultan.org Premium Auto Car Expo (PACE) 2019, co-sponsored by Michelin and TyrePlus, happening at the Setia City Convention Centre on November 2 and 3, 2019. Both the latest Subaru WRX and Outback will be on display for you to experience.
The WRX needs no introduction, with its legendary name permanently stamped into everyone who has ever played Gran Turismo. The latest 2019 version gets the iconic turbocharged 2.0 litre Boxer engine, now with direct injection to make 268 PS. All that is laid down to the road via Subaru’s signature High Torque Lineartronic CVT and Variable Torque Distribution Symmetrical AWD System. Coming standard with the EyeSight active safety suite, the sports sedan goes for RM214,629.
Meanwhile, the Outback is one of Subaru’s most polished and rugged offering yet, features a 2.5 litre Boxer engine, Lineartronic CVT, Active Torque Split Symmetrical AWD, X-Mode, Stablex ride system and of course, Subaru’s EyeSight driver assist technologies. This exclusive all-terrain premium vehicle is priced at RM246,188.
Subaru is one of several prestigious makes that will be present at PACE 2019, with others being Audi, BMW, Bufori, Harley-Davidson, Jaguar, Land Rover, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, MINI, Renault, Volkswagen and Volvo. At PACE, you’ll be able to drive and purchase your dream car – new or pre-owned, we’ve got you covered. Not only will you be able to enjoy irresistible year-end promos from brands present at the show, you’ll also be able to mingle with us, the writers!
And that’s not all – you’ll also enjoy attractive offers from paultan.org on top of the aforementioned promos. For a start, the first 150 new car customers will receive a combined RM2,450 voucher*, which includes a RM770 3M tinting voucher, a RM680 premium Babel Fit gym membership voucher, a RM500 Reebonz shopping voucher and a RM500 Kuzig Glanz car detailing voucher.
We’re also giving away a combined RM1,270 voucher for the first 50 pre-owned car orders, inclusive of the RM770 3M tinting voucher and the RM500 Kuzig Glanz car detailing voucher.
That’s just the tip of the iceberg – there will also be a lucky draw for those with confirmed purchases (i.e. approved loans), with 10 units of the new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 worth RM3,699* up for grabs, as well as a grand prize of a free holiday for two worth RM25,000*!
Co-sponsor Michelin is one of the global leaders in tyre development, passionately innovating to make mobility safer, more efficient and more environmentally friendly. It offers a wide variety of quality tyres, ranging from the eco-friendly Energy XM2+ and highly efficient Primacy 4, to the ultra high performance family of Pilot Sport 4, Pilot Sport 4 SUV and Pilot Sport 4 S.
For over 10 years, TyrePlus has been in operation in over 22 countries, maintaining vehicles to the highest standards. Their professional tyre and car service centres offer quality services, including routine oil changes, battery changes, brake system inspections, brake replacements, and vehicle servicing – that all add up to a well-running, long-lasting vehicle. TyrePlus Malaysia currently runs 60 outlets nationwide.
Our inaugural PACE last year was a runaway success, with 214 cars worth over RM50 million sold over two days – 180 units being brand new cars and 34 from the pre-owned selection. One lucky car buyer was also named the lucky draw grand prize winner, taking home a free holiday worth RM25,000.
Click here to find out everything you need to know about PACE. Are you excited yet? We know we are, and we can’t wait to see you there!
*For Volkswagen Passenger Cars Malaysia, valid for all models except the Volkswagen Polo, Volkswagen Vento and Volkswagen Jetta models. For Renault, valid for the Renault Koleos and Renault Megane RS only. For Subaru, valid for all models except the Subaru XV. For Mazda, valid for all models except the Mazda 2, Mazda 3 1.5, Mazda CX-3, Mazda CX-5 2.0 Mid 2WD and Mazda BT-50. Not valid for Harley-Davidson bikes.
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