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Quality and affordable

Loata Radrodro
Friday, February 01, 2013

Abdul's Cars is about two of the most important issues in today's economy,—quality and affordability. The Martintar-based auto sales company in Nadi is located opposite the R.B Patel store, easily placed for a customer on the go.

The company deals with high quality second-hand vehicles from Japan imported from the year 2006 until to date.

A customer can be rest assured that purchasing a car from Abdul's is a wise decision as the cars are hand-picked by the company's trained staff and agents based in Japan.

Some of the vehicle brands they deal with are Toyota Corolla Fielder, Probox, Succeed Belta, Voxy, Rav4, Hiace, Camry and also Nissan Tiida.

There is something for everyone in the Nadi shop.

And there is no need to worry about the financial payments of your new vehicles for at Abdul's, customers are ensured they get the best arrangements with the finace personnel for payments of their vehicles.

All you need is to bring a current pay slip, bank statement, your tin number, driving licence and a copy of your passport.

Within 24hrs the finance will be approved and you can drive away in your new car, with available back-up services provided for your needs and warranty for your purchase.

And if you wish for something different, their new shipments arrive every month, and they are determined to have something for you.

Second-hand vehicles never looked better so visit Abdul's Cars to get one for you.





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