Coming to America
Global Holdings International, Inc.'s full line of Chinese-manufactured vehicles, which include sedans, minis, sports coupes, SUVs, mini-vans, trucks, light trucks, buses, and heavy equipment, are destined to revolutionize the world's auto industry. These magnificently designed vehicles are of the highest quality and are already on their way to America.
Global will be luring the public with incredibly low prices, most priced at 30-50% less than comparable vehicles sold in the U.S. today. Unlike other foreign vehicles which have entered the American market, Global's cars will all carry extended warranties, guaranteed to assure even the most conscientious consumer.
Global's full line of vehicles will hit the U.S. market in 2007. Some vehicles are already being sold in other countries, and sales in both Europe and Mexico will begin early this year. Global's full line of heavy equipment will be introduced into Mexico in the second quarter 2006. Over 1,000,000 commercial and heavy equipment vehicles have already been sold worldwide. Sales in Mexico alone are estimated to reach 100,000 in 2006 where there will also be an assembly plant.
Global's product line includes vehicles from Brilliance, Foton Auto and Boading Tianma Auto. Foton also carries a full line of heavy equipment. The Brilliance M1 sedan will begin its tour of the United States in San Francisco, California in June 2006. The first showroom will be completed in early 2006 in Guadalajara, Mexico, with the Las Vegas showroom to follow in the later part of the year."
Unlike other low-cost vehicles introduced into the U.S., Global's vehicle line is of premium quality. "We are entering the market with premium quality products and superior design, all backed by a warranty," says Jeff Suh, CEO of Global Holdings International, Inc. Suh challenges anyone to test drive Global's vehicles assuring all that they "will surpass your expectations."
Distributorships have been sold for certain areas of the U.S. and some countries. Individual dealerships in the U.S. are projected to sell 1,000 vehicles per store and will be carefully selected.