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Nanise Loanakadavu
Friday, January 11, 2013

Looking for quality and maintained used cars?

Automart Limited is your best stop as far as budgeting is concern and perhaps you might just meet the car of your dreams.

This supplier has become a household name in Fiji when it comes to cars & vehicles.

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

Not only do they provide second hand quality cars, they have ventured to a new business by providing road rollers and ceiling boarders as well.

Needless to say they are in stock now which is why they are part of the building and renovations supplies.

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

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

With car-yards located in the country's main centers, Automart delivers the utmost in customer satisfaction with the range of available vehicle types and brands to choose from.

They also have a tyre Centre at Namoli Avenue in Lautoka where they have just received new arrivals of very reliable cars and truck batteries that you could check out.

Apart from a good range of tyres , they also have portable generators, water blasters and fire reel hose.


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