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They know what you need

Torika Tokalau
Friday, November 16, 2012

NATIVA Motors knows what you need when it comes to maintaining your vehicle. Located at Lot 1 Lakeba St in Samabula, Nativa Motors was established in 2004.

Their move with high quality standards, their products and services are reliable so customers can rest assured their vehicle needs are in good hands.

Nativa Motors have a wide range of cars from the economical vehicles like the Nissan March, Mazda Demio, Nissan Tidas , Nissan Wingroads to the commercial vehicles like the Nissan Advan, Toyota Probo, Nissan Vanette van, Nissan Vanette pick-up and the Nissan caravan. They also sell Toyota Fielders and Toyota Hiace.

Nativa Motors boasts the best services for customers and friendly staff members are always willing to assist customers.

They also cater for orders directly from Japan as per the customers' desire. Nativa Motors stock custom-made parts and orders for all makes and models of vehicles which come with a warranty. They also accept trade -ins and finance on the spot with a very wide selection of vehicles to choose from.

Nativa Motors have highly experienced staff ready to assist customers choose the right car. You'll be sure to drive away satisfied. Their experienced technicians and care service team will also help with after-sales vehicle sales, repairs and parts on site. For all your motoring needs, come see the car guru at Nativa Motors, Rizwan Ali.


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