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Hong Kong Trail Section 1, Hong Kong

Rates

Type Vendor Rate Our Rate
Hourly HKD 605.00 HKD 550.00Book Now
Airport Transfer HKD 1,320.00 HKD 1,200.00Book Now

Vehicle Description

The Buick Firstland provides versatility and comfort for up to 5 passengers. As you seated a little higher, this is a good vehicle for touring.

Vehicle Amenities

  • Maximum number of passengers 6
  • Maximum number of baggage 2

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Cities Served

Buick Firstland can be used for pick-up and drop-off services in the following airports in New Territories, Hong Kong:

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Hourly: HKD 450.00

No Hidden Fees, Service Charge Included

61 Seats VOLVO - LK2068

License plate LK2068 (retired) Date of manufacture March 2004 Car array Sweden VOLVO B7RBS EURO III Car length 11.5 m (L) x 2.5 m (W) x 3.5 m (H) Wheelbase 5.5m Maximum load 16.0 tons engine VOLVO D 7C 290 inline six cylinders, diesel direct injection injection, turbocharged with intercooler engine Cylinder volume 7300cc Turbo horsepower German system 290hp / 2,200 rpm Torque 1200Nm / 1,200 rpm Emission Standards EURO III Gearbox ZF S6-85 gearbox, manual 6 front speed suspension Full floating cushion shock absorber, front axle double air bag and rear axle four bags attached to the horizontal telescopic vibration tube brake Front and rear drum brake, pneumatic control liquid retender auxiliary brake ABS anti - lock safety system Body Singapore SC Auto Body Factory Luggage warehouse The lower half of the body luggage compartment air conditioning Japan DENSO LD8 (Duct-in type / Rooftop Condenser) Cooling capacity 28,000 kcal / h Maximum air volume 6,000 m³ / h seat 61 seats, 380mm wide, 3 + 2 arranged in Germany VOLGEL artificial leather comb, with two-point seat belt

Cities:
Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong; Kowloon, Hong Kong; New Territories, Hong Kong


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Buick Firstland can be used for private chauffeured transfers in the following hotels in New Territories, Hong Kong:

If you are planning a wedding look no further, Buick Firstland can be used in wedding packages for the following wedding venues:

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