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The automotive place to go

Nationwide Service
Friday, February 15, 2013

THERE'S only one place to go for quality automotive parts guaranteed at affordable prices —Nationwide Services Limited.

With 10 sales outlets Fiji wide, rest assured that there is a Nationwide store near you and you're getting the best when it comes to your automotive needs. Their wide range of automotive parts and their 'after-market automotive parts solutions' will leave you totally satisfied with your vehicle in top shape.

Nothing compares to the hands-on service team which offer efficient and a high standard of customer service. If you require oil and lubes, Nationwide Services stock oil for all applications—for trucks, machines, cars, you name it.

The company are distributors of high quality Bangchak oil, which is among the largest and most advanced oil refineries in South East Asia. All Bangchak products are made to the highest of standards. Nationwide has the lubricants for both older and latest cars, four—wheel—drive vehicles, tractors, trucks, buses, machinery and marine applications. Bangchak products meet or exceed the original manufacturer OEM specifications. Nationwide Services remains committed to offering you quality automotive parts to suit your budget.

You know you're getting your money's worth at Nationwide Services whenever you purchase any of their quality brand products at unbeatable prices. Don't wait for that last minute rush to change your car oil.

They've got just what you need to keep your vehicle in tiptop shape at great prices without sacrificing quality. So visit them today at any of their outlets in Lautoka, Ba, Tavua, Nadi, Sigatoka, Samabula, Nausori, Labasa and Savusavu.





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