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Automart heats up yard sales

Thursday, November 10, 2011

AUTOMART Limited has become a household name in Fiji when it comes to any type of motor vehicle.

They have the widest range of quality and maintained used cars that offer Fiji customers the best options to choose from in low and affordable prices.

And in these trying times, low and affordable prices are what Fiji customers choose as the only option.

With car yards located all over the country, Automart delivers the utmost best in customer satisfaction with the range of available vehicle types and brands to choose from.

From domestic fuel-efficient cars to the more upmarket two-door sports and four-door luxuries range, sedan or wagon range and onto the latest in the four-wheel drive category, the second- hand dealer boasts of being the best in the business.

Cars, trucks,buses, tractors, farming machinery, batteries or whatever your needs, Automart have it.

And now the company is organising yard sales in Lautoka, Nadi and Suva showcasing their available fleet of second-hand cars, kept in top condition and serviced by their skilled employees.

The second-hand cars from overseas offer a wide variety of opportunities for the middle-income earner who has harboured the long-time dream of owning his very own vehicle.

The available brands of Toyota, Nissan, Hyundai, Honda, Mazda and famous car brands will be on offer at reasonable prices as Automart considers the hard times the people of Fiji are going through.

Of course with their giveaway offer of a 42 inch Philips LCD TV and DVD player on cash purchase of $25,000 and above is an added incentive for this festive season .

Automart branches are located in Lautoka, Suva and Nadi. The company invites customers interested in purchasing the best quality vehicles in the country to visit their showrooms and prepare to be mesmerised by the sight of their beautiful vehicles.

So visit Automart now and check their continuous yard sale. You never know, you might just drive away with the car of your dreams and perhaps a TV and DVD player in the boot.





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