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Vision Motors
Saturday, November 25, 2017

VISION Motors is a trading division of Vision Investments Limited (VIL) which is undoubtedly one of the largest private sector entrepreneurs in Fiji with leading representation in the areas of retail, manufacturing, finance and a variety of support services.

Vision Motors was established on 24 November 2011 with the mindset to operate Fiji's most modern, hi-tech and vibrant automotive and industrial business.

On February 13, 2014, the GM Chevrolet range of vehicles and an iconic showroom in Karsanji St, Suva was officially launched by Vision Motors. Managed by the most experienced industry personnel, Vision Motors has stamped market leadership status after the opening of its 'state of the art' showroom, which now gives the local motoring public another choice when it comes to car ownership.

Besides automotive, we are also actively engaged in sales and service of general industrial and handling equipment, tyres, wheels, computerised laser powered wheel alignment machine, TOTAL lubricants, special application products, accessories and fittings, high voltage electrical insulators, stand by power generation 'turnkey' projects, design/supply/ installation and commissioning of escalator and elevator, water flow and waste water meters, leisure equipment, agricultural products, hydraulic and industrial components, after sales service support and general repairs.

Their existing business includes four 'LTA Accredited' sales centers (AMVD - authorised motor vehicle dealer), four service and repair centers, storage warehouses, integrated tyre fitting and wheel alignment centre, Customs bond and used car display yards. Besides providing after sales service support for all our franchise vehicles, we have developed capacity to serve non - franchised vehicle customers aided by our investment in electronic engine diagnosis fault detection system, a modern and advanced 2-pak paint booth operation, roadside assist, 24-hour breakdown service and our unique 'I Care focus'.

With three separate operations in Suva coupled with outer branch facilities in Labasa and Nadi, we have successfully managed to permeate superior service standards across the country. From its humble beginning, Vision Motors has recorded steady growth and has transformed into a dynamic and highly innovative enterprise - keeping all facets of our businesses aligned to our tier1+ Service standards, an enriched ICARE Champion Program and our home grown DRIVEN culture.

Vision Motors customers are the ultimate winners.

In March 2017, the company was decorated with the General Motors 'best of the best' New York Grandmasters award in recognition of its outstanding tier one standards of customer service, exceptionally high quality of facilities and the perfect administration of a prolific & consistent business growth program in place.

In recognition of the Grandmaster award and for the first time in Fiji, Chevrolet customers or new buyers have been offered with this remarkable 'five years or ΒΌ million km Powertrain warranty'.








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