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Low price and quality

Verenaisi Raicola
Saturday, December 03, 2011

This week, Sakura Carz is having a post budget sale. That means price on all vehicles have been slashed to suit your budget. Just visit their yard and friendly staff will help you make the right decision.

Need a family car to allow you to cruise to your destination in style and with the comfort of the family together? If you're looking to own a vehicle but don't really want to spend too much money on it, then you have to visit Sakura Carz because for the right pirce and they can easily strike up a deal for you.

The company says more people are buying cars since the recent taxi fares increased. For their latest promotion deals, Sakura Carz offers seven twin cabs, five Toyota and two Nissan brands, from $19,000 to $49,000.

Their special deposit rate of 20 per cent and interest rate of 8.5 per cent could just be the perfect option for you and your family. Sakura Carz assures customers low price and quality.

Whether it's a strong powerful 4x4 twin cab, or quality CRVs, it's all available at Sakura Carz so check them out now. Looking for an ideal LPG vehicle either for private or commercial use? Sakura Carz' LPG vehicles can easily help anyone start up their own taxi business. They have a wide range of commercial vehicles including trucks and vans suitable for your budget. Their Nissan 2006 and Ford 2005 models are made for Fiji's unpredictable road conditions!

Whether crossroads and off-road travelling, their 4X4s have been tested and proven strong for the job. So if you are one of those people who love off-road travelling and sport utility vehicles, visit Sakura Carz.

Sakura Carz are located opposite Courts in Samabula and you must pay them a visit for all your vehicle needs.





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