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Wednesday, December 3, 2014

The offroad vehicles made in Cimahi

Invasion of foreign products apparently did not break the spirit of some of Indonesian automotive  companies to continue to make new breakthroughs to known in the international automotive arena. One of them is PT. FIN Komodo Teknologi with their finest offroad vehicle products.

PT. FIN Komodo Teknologi is an Indonesian automotive manufacturer that produces the offroad utility vehicles which designated for non-asphalt tracks. According to Dewa Yuniardi, Marketing Director of PT. FIN Komodo Technologi that the offroad vehicles with a capacity of 2 people has been produced since 2008 and using a 4-stroke 250 cc engine. 
Komodo KD 250 AT, the offroad vehicles made in Cimahi. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1pRM0sd)
"Initially we saw that the Indonesian traffic is always crowded and jammed, with none of our production cars was on the streets," said Dewa further. Finally, we chose the technology market for non-asphalt vehicle. The offroad utility vehicles were born as the company's operational vehicles that often operate in the rural, agriculture or mining region. "In a year we could made up to 120 units," he said when met some time ago.
In Komodo KD 250 AT compartment contains two seats. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1pRM0sd)
"Such as the forestry and plantations companies even the mining. So that distinguishes it from the common asphalt vehicles is the function of the Komodo car itself," he said. The offroad vehicles produced in Cimahi, West Jawa which has 5 types. Starting from the standard type (with/without full accessories), medifec or ambulance, fire brigade, and watering type.
Komodo KD 250 AT has been equipped with a 4 stroke 250 cc engine. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1pRM0sd)
Ideally, one unit of the offroad vehicle is used to 5 hectares. "That's the ideal. If more than 5 hectares, fear not strong enough. But sometimes there are using 1 unit to 20 hectares as well," said Dewa.

So far, the company has been holding 10 car distributors throughout Indonesia. "Among other in Jambi, Pekanbaru, South Sumatra, East Jawa, West Jawa, Jakarta, East Kalimantan, South Kalimantan, Central Kalimantan and Medan," he said. But unfortunately Dewa did not explain how the price offered for each unit. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | FIN KOMODO | MERDEKA.COM]
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