Why The Great Wall Steed Is Ideal For Landscapers, Tree Surgeons and Estate Managers
October 20, 2016 at 11:00 AM
This versatile 4-door double-cab pick-up is all about value and is one of the cheapest worthwhile buys today. This is because if you do a bit of research you'll discover that other similar vehicles are 2-wheel drives and are single-cabs so you're getting more for you bucks. Not only that, you get some luxuries thrown in as well, like the Steed's leather upholstery and its heated front seats. You get 3 models in the range - the Steed S, the Steed Tracker and the Steed SE.
The needs of landscapers, estate managers and tree surgeons are diverse but the Great Wall Steed can perform a variety of functions - anything from grounds maintenance, driving into forests to plant- or cut trees, ground levelling and transporting pallets among others.
A Sturdy Off-Road Vehicle With Comfort and Luxury
While there are many businesses such as those in the agriculture and construction industry which would benefit from such a sturdy off-road vehicle, landscapers, tree surgeons and estate managers revel in its competence too. This is because its 2.0-litre turbo diesel engine delivers enough power to take off-road down deep, rutted tracks, muddy lanes and through forest.
Affordable Price Tag And Huge Carry Capicity
People invest in the Great Wall Steed out of the need for a good utility vehicle. And for anyone on a strict budget, the price tag is a drawcard, making the vehicle accessible to all manner of business customers. The estate manager has to get quotes for swimming pool refurbishment or from paint- or paving contractors and will need to transport samples around.
The Great Wall Steed is capable of managing all the day to day matters of people in a variety of businesses. It can be called upon to carry heavy loads but also tow trailers. The rear tub can carry a load of some 1010kg and it can tow 2,500kg too which is ideal for tree surgeons who have to carry branches and logs.
A Value-for-Money Workhorse
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