Golden Dragon Continues to Expand its Business in Beijing


In 2016, Golden Dragon sold 300-400 units buses measuring 10 meters in length and above and 80% of these vehicles were bought by vehicle rental service companies, according to Huang Fengsheng, Deputy General Manager of Golden Dragon Beijing Branch. New energy buses, especial electric ones, have been gaining increasing popularity in the capital. Last year, Golden Dragon sold over 100 units D8 in Beijing alone and nearly 2,000 units of the vehicle across China.

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Golden Dragon D8 was rolled out to meet the more stringent emission standards in urban areas and provide greener travel services for local citizens and tourists. Built on the success of Kast, D8 is equipped with a more resilient body structure and achieves higher reliability and longer durability. After being fully recharged, the vehicle is able to drive 120 kilometers continuously, fully able to meet to daily operation demands in the capital. In addition, the vehicle excels in energy efficiency, helping its operators cut costs significantly.
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With the help of the dynamic monitoring system, bus operators can also better mobilize its drivers and manage its vehicles. In times of emergencies, Golden Dragon after-sales personnel will provide timely services to help solve problems for bus operators. In addition, customers can order any spare parts on a special website particularly developed by Golden Dragon to help its customer and get any spare parts they need delivered to their door.     
As one of the hottest tourist destination in China, Beijing receives hundreds of and thousands of visitors from both home and abroad. Thanks to this, the vehicle rental service is in huge demand. Moreover, many bus operators are now planning to replace their traditional fuel powered vehicles.
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