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Affordable prices on cars

Ana Madigibuli
Saturday, August 12, 2017

SAKURA Carz has what you need this month and it's offering customers a wide range of vehicles to choose from.

If you are thinking of taking your whole family to the Hibiscus Festival, the Methodist church in Fiji and Rotuma conference or on a road trip during the school holidays, Sakura offers the ideal car for you at an affordable price.

With your own car, you can surely travel with ease without any hassle of thinking about public transport and Sakura offers great discount this month that you wouldn't want to miss out on.

Sakura Carz understands customers who want an ideal car that is affordable so it always works towards providing the prices that are reasonable and awithin your price range.

From friendly customer service, to easy financial assistance process with less paper work, you are guaranteed to leave with a smile on your face.

Customers who would like to get a car, need to get an ID, TIN, recent pay slip and recent written bank statement.

For people living outside of Suva who are interested to contact Sakura Carz, they can always email them through sakuraviti@gmail.com.

"They can email us their documents and phone contact and we can call them back and fill their form here and process it and their loans can be approved before they come down to Suva," Sakura says.

Sakura Carz is a subsidiary company of Motorparts.

Get down to Sakura Carz today and choose the car of your dreams. For more information, visit Sakura Carz at Samabula.








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