South African-made Mureza Prim8 to sell for R196,000

Geoff.D

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According to the company, it means "flag". Which dictionary did you use?
That is all I can find and that it is a Shona word.
 

Sarg3_ZN

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Pretty decently spec'd for the price, but no ncap rating and will have to see how reliable this car is in a couple of years.
 

Geoff.D

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Eish, caught hook line and sinker. Looked at the Meruza name. :oops:
Clearly, i am not tuned into the social media lingo and short cuts

Still interesting that a SA company picks a Shona word for its name.
 

TheChamp

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Eish, caught hook line and sinker. Looked at the Meruza name. :oops:
Clearly, i am not tuned into the social media lingo and short cuts

Still interesting that a SA company picks a Shona word for its name.
One of the owners and founder is Zimbabwean.

This is according to Mureza Auto Company CEO and founder Tatenda Mungofa, who was speaking to ENCA about the company’s latest developments.
 

cr@zydude

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Mureza is a joint venture with the Iranian SAIPA Group, which is sharing its platform and supply some of the major components for the vehicle – the Prim8.

SAPIA is the second-largest local vehicle maker which assembles cars for European, Chinese, and Japanese companies.


Does anyone want to try to explain the metric used for the claim in bold?
 

TheChamp

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Does anyone want to try to explain the metric used for the claim in bold?
At least you can confront Fiesta on his stick n paste, I don't know if the same can be done with this bot.

We should demand it shows it's face and account for this.
 
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