Caterham Seven CSR200

British Sportcar manufacturer, Caterham Cars has announced a deal with Italian importer, Automobil Trivellato, in Este to sell its brand new Euro IV compliant Caterham Seven CSR200 from March 2006.

Capable of slingshotting a driver to 60mph in 3.7 seconds and onto a top speed of 140mph, the new, lightweight and agile Cosworth powered Caterham Seven CSR200 will see the legendary car manufacturer extend the number of countries selling its models to 20 including Dubai, France, Germany, Spain, USA and Australia.

The family run business in Este, near Venice, has a 40-year history of selling performance cars and a first class reputation for outstanding customer service.

Managing director at Caterham Cars, Ansar Ali, said: "Automobil Trivellato’s intimate knowledge of high performance cars and its unerring commitment to customer service will see our drivers receive the special Caterham experience 800 miles from the home."

In addition, Automobil Trivellato can also provide potential customers with a perfect demonstration of why the awesome Caterham Seven is the most raced sports car in the world at the nearby circuit of Adria.

Run by Mirco Trivellato, the facility is based on two floors and employs a team of seven covering sales, aftersales, service and repairs. The second floor of the showroom also features a private automotive collection.


Published : 24/03/06 Author : Melanie Carter

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