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What does the next Casablanca Motor Show 2018 have in store for us?


Jan 7, 2023
Dacia Duster

Dacia Duster

The new flagship model of the Dacia brand is a real marvel. The 2nd generation of the Duster, which offers better quality/price, seduces with its completely restyled design and its unique light signature. The interior is more comfortable and better soundproofed. The vehicle has also been fitted with new equipment, in particular push-button start, hands-free access card, hill descent control (HDC), electronically regulated air conditioning as well as panoramic vision cameras and the gearbox. EDC dual clutch auto.

Ford Fiesta

To dethrone the old model sold in Morocco at more than 25,000 units in 5 years, the 7th generation of Ford city car arrives with a larger size: +7.1 cm in length and a fairly trendy style. Having undergone changes at all levels, the vehicle, aimed particularly at young couples, is equipped with a new dashboard, a floating touch screen which integrates the hyper-connected SYNC 3 multimedia system. With efficient petrol and diesel engines, the Ford Fiesta also pleases for its economy of use.

Citroën C3 Aircross

Very trendy, the new small SUV with chevrons will appear for the first time at the Casablanca show. Having recently won the Autobest 2018 trophy, the vehicle stands out with a certain personality in terms of design: double-stage front lights inaugurated on the  C4 Cactus and light signature of the latest Citroën models par excellence. The vehicle attaches particular importance to modularity with a sliding rear seat, a generous boot, one of the largest in the category. Besides the 100 horsepower diesel version, the 110 hp petrol version with automatic gearbox appears to be the best option if you want a lower noise level. Depending on the versions and finishes, the equipment offers urban automatic braking, panel recognition, wireless smartphone charger and even the ultra-connected touch screen (Mirror Screen).

Opel Crossland X

With its two-tone look, marked by boomerang LED lights, Opel’s new SUV risks overshadowing its rivals: Captur and Juke. Marketed in Morocco in February, the vehicle comes with the 120 hp 1.6 diesel (manual gearbox), available in two finishes, Dynamic and Innovation. Its equipment includes: Bluetooth touch screen, air conditioning, reversing camera and aluminum rims. Price: from 205,000 DH.

 Volvo XC40

With its unique design with pronounced curves, the new crossover from the Swedish brand attracts not only not only its style but also its technology. This trendy little luxury crossover, which is positioned below the XC60, intends to follow in the footsteps of its rivals such as the BMW X1, the Mercedes GLA or the Audi Q3. The 1st compact SUV in Volvo’s history defends itself well and displays unequaled performance thanks to modern, solid and ultra-sophisticated equipment such as: automatic braking with detection of pedestrians and animals and the electronic key allowing it to unlock from smartphone. Inspired by its XC90 and XC60 brothers, its cabin houses a large vertical touch screen giving access to all of its functions.

Jeep Compass

Great return of the Compass among its own. The new model features styling that is distinctly akin to the Grand Cherokee. The vehicle weighs in with its new safety and connectivity technologies to make competitors green with envy: 360° parking cameras, induction smartphone charging and electrically operated tailgate. In addition, thanks to its intelligent all-wheel drive, its Selec-Terrain system and its 5 driving modes, the Compass is doing very well in the field and has impeccable handling.

Skoda Kodiaq

Scheduled in Morocco for the beginning of March, the 1st Skoda SUV arrives with an impressive design. Supplied with full equipment from the 1st level, this accomplished fighter has an unrivaled spacious passenger compartment (up to 7 seats, reclining and sliding rear seats). 4 finishes are available, namely: Active, Ambition, Style and Special Edition, with a single diesel engine: the 2.0 TDI of 150 hp accompanied by a 4×4 transmission and an automatic gearbox (DSG).

Seat Arona

In the world of pocket SUVs, Seat also has a say! His Arona proudly displays an imposing and aggressive design. Its cozy interior and modern equipment are particularly appealing, in particular: the touch screen, the parking camera, as well as the wireless smartphone charger. The brand’s 1st SUV offered at a very attractive price will be available in 3finishes: Reference, Style and Xcellence and will be marketed with the 105 hp 1.6 l diesel version, with a choice of transmission: manual or automatic and finishes .

Audi A7 Sportback

Retaining its elegant and luxurious look, the new generation of the Audi A7 Sportback impresses with its technological baggage which gives it a futuristic look par excellence. A premium sedan ideal for thrill seekers, providing powerful driving pleasure that will make the best SUVs green with envy.

Taking more or less the platform of the Audi A8, the latest model houses a comfortable and sophisticated interior equipped with the famous “Virtual Cockpit”, the remote parking “Parking Pilot”, the “AI Traffic Jam Pilot”, the light hybridization on all versions as well as the level 3 autonomous driving module.

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