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TRAUM SEEK 5 root for Cambodian team against Iraq on its own turf

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TRAUM SEEK 5 root for Cambodian team against Iraq on its own turf

Phnom Penh: Cambodia will be welcoming Iraq on 15th October on its own turf.

During this special occasion, you will receive special offers - TRAUM SEEK 5- from $55,000 to only $45,000; 10 per cent down payment and 90 per cent loan with seven years loan term.

TRAUM SEEK 5 is a premium all-new model 2020, gorgeous design, strong performance, high technology to meet international standards, high quality, low gas consumption, security system, airbags, braking ABS and EBD and equipped with the latest technology, which can ensure your safety and confidence in driving on the roads of all kinds.

For more information, you can contact the Worldwide Motors Company (WMC) Showroom located at # 79, Russian Blvd., Teuk Thla commune, Sen Sok district, Phnom Penh, or call: 078 999006 for pre-order your TRAUM SEEK 5.

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