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Torika Tokalau
Friday, November 23, 2012

LOOKING for the best Japanese spare parts for your vehicle? Look no further than to Sadhai Autos (Fiji) Limited.

Located at Namaka Industrial Subdivision in Nadi, Sadhai Autos have been around since 1999 establishing themselves as one of the best places to go to for quality second—hand Japanese spare parts.

Engines, gearbox, suspension parts, shocks, body parts like nose cuts, doors, fenders, tailgates—all these and more are available from Sadhai Autos.

They assure only the best products, specially hand—picking it themselves from Japan so customers will not be disappointed. Apart from their spare part sales, they also do fittings for your vehicles absolutely free!

Their seven qualified and experienced staff are ready to answer any of your vehicle queries, also ready to help you choose the best spare parts for your vehicle. They promise quality customer service.

Upon notice, they also do special orders for customers.

Sadhai Autos are also planning on working on complete car solutions for the future. The 100 per cent Fijian owned company is the ideal auto spare parts company that your vehicle needs.

They are one of the largest importers from Japan in the western division—expense is nothing to them because they want to provide only the best quality spare parts to their customers.

Get in touch with them today and experience for yourself their quality services and products.





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