Grecav Car Owner’s Manuals PDF

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History of Grecav

The Italian company Grecav was founded in 1962, after the merger of two automobile brands, Fratelli and Cavalletti. The company's first models could hardly be called cars, since they were modernized three-wheeled motorcycles with light truck bodies attached to them. However, due to their incredibly low price, they were in great demand in Italy and Switzerland, and since 1971 they began to be supplied to countries such as Thailand, Cambodia, Venezuela and many others, receiving the name “motor rickshaw”.

In 1991, the Grecav company, together with the Indian Tata, began creating the cheapest car in the world, which became known as the Grecav or Tata Nano. However, the Italian version of the Nano received not only a different name - EKE, but also more significant differences, in the form of an electric motor, which allowed the car to reach speeds of up to 45 kilometers per hour. The model was produced until 2009, after which Grecav switched to creating a new one (EKE LX, EKE 505 XL Elegance, EKE G4 L, EKE Mini Van).


In November 2010, at the Milan Motor Show, Gecav presented the Grecav Sonique minicar and positioned it as the most reliable and safe minicar, having an aluminum tubular body structure, a diesel engine with increased power and maximum noiselessness. In 2015, there are already two series of such cars on sale - XL and Elegante.

In addition to the successful creation of passenger cars, Grekav occupies a leading position in the production of machinery and special equipment for agriculture. The company's corn headers are of the highest quality and are very popular among entrepreneurs, because they are suitable for any combine harvester. Thanks to these headers, which are distinguished by their lightness, durability, reliability, maneuverability, and productivity, the corn harvesting procedure becomes simple and fast. The company produces folding and non-folding corn headers, the main advantage of which is the ability to produce them according to individual orders.