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Hibiscus sale

Ana Madigibuli
Saturday, August 12, 2017

CARZ & Carz has geared itself up for the month as Fijians look forward to the upcoming Hibiscus Festival.

To celebrate the mother of all festival, Carz & Carz are offering amazing deals for you to take advantage of, as it offers a wide range of vehicles for you to choose from in their car yard.

Prices on cars have been slashed this month and different cars come with discount package to suit your need.

Carz & Carz offer a wide range of pre-loved vehicles for customers to choose and are sold at affordable prices. Carz & Carz is considered to be one of the largest used car exporters of Japan and has quality cars with genuine mileage.

Carz & Carz accepts trade-in and assists in loan arrangement for customers from all banks and finance companies on easy terms and conditions.

The company adds brand new commercial vehicles to their portfolio to fulfil the requirements of valued customers.

For more information, customers can contact Tariq on mobile number 9924441 or email him on riffatfiji@gmail.com.








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