Karsan Extends the Comfort to North Africa  with Atak

Karsan Extends the Comfort to North Africa  with Atak

Karsan Extends the Comfort to North Africa  with Atak

Karsan takes firm strides towards becoming a global brand and maintains its position as a solution partner in different countries across the world. As part of these efforts, Karsan has delivered 25 Atak Buses in Morocco for use in public transportation. Purchased by a private transportation company operating in the country, Atak, equipped with engine features of Euro 5 norm, ranks among the most important models of the 8 meter bus class. Thanks to its low fuel consumption and maintenance costs, Atak offers advantages to drivers and operators on any land. Evaluating the delivery, Deputy General Manager of Karsan Commercial Affairs, Muzaffer Arpacıoğlu said: “We are joyful with the delivery in North Africa. We believe that we will get stronger and expand in this market too in the near future.”

Producing modern public transportation and commercial vehicles for the mobility needs of our age, Karsan continues to be the choice of many countries with Atak which ranks among the most important models of the 8-meter bus class.

Recently, Karsan delivered 25 Atak buses in Morocco for use in public transportation. Talking about the delivery, Deputy General Manager of Karsan Commercial Affairs, Muzaffer Arpacıoğlu said: “We are all very pleased with the delivery in North Africa, which is a new and important market for us, in this time of pandemics affecting the globe. We believe that we will get stronger and expand in this market too in the near future.”  Delivered to a private transportation company operating in Morocco, Atak, equipped with Euro 5 engine, ranks among the most important models of the 8 meter bus class.

Maximum efficiency in every geography!

After its launch in 2013, Karsan Atak was renewed in 2019 relying on kilometers of experience and knowledge. Having gained a sportive front design with its sharp eye lamps, curved front overhang, and LED daytime running lamps placed in “L” shaped sockets, the new Atak reduces service costs thanks to its front bumper consisting of three parts, and focuses on maximum efficiency with the opportunity of easy and rapid service response.

 

 

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