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Automart Limited
Friday, September 06, 2013

AUTOMART Limited has become a household name in Fiji when it comes to cars and trucks.

We offer the widest range of quality and maintained used cars offering customers some of the best options to choose from in low and affordable prices.

And in these trying times, low and affordable prices are what Fiji customers look for in cars. With car yards located in main centres around the country Automart delivers the utmost in customer satisfaction with our range of available vehicle types and brands to choose from.

From the domestic fuel efficient cars to the more sophisticated Camry and Subaru range and onto the latest in the four-wheel drive category, this secondhand dealer boasts of being the best in the business.

Automart general manager Manoj Patel says Automart has brought in the convenient fuel efficient all new Toyota Ractis that has transport solution for wheelchair users.

"We brought in three units and if you have been battling with transportation difficulty for the less mobile and disabled, we here at Automart have just made it easy for you," Mr Patel said.

Automart deals with heavy machinery, trucks, road rollers, tractors and they have brought in a great range of buses too.

Their tyre centre at Namoli Avenue in Lautoka has just received new arrivals of reliable car and truck batteries.

They boast a good range of quality tyres and they also have portable generators, water blasters and fire reel hoses. The second-hand cars imported from overseas offer a wide variety of opportunities for the middle income earner. Some vehicle brands available at Automart Limited are Toyota, Nissan and Hyundai. There are other prominent brands on offer too at reasonable prices. So visit Automart Limited now and check out their great range of quality

used cars, you might just meet the car of your dreams.





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