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AMW opens Piaggio three-wheeler showroom in Matara


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With the continuing surge in demand for Piaggio three-wheelers, Associated Motorways (Pvt) Limited (AMW) is taking steps to open new showrooms in all key towns in Sri Lanka for the convenience of customers who can inspect and purchase Piaggio vehicles within the areas they reside in.

The newly-opened Piaggio three-wheeler showroom in Matara

As part of this expansion drive, AMW has already ensured a presence by opening new Piaggio showrooms in the major towns of Kurunegala, Ratnapura, Avissawella, Kandy, Anuradhapura, Badulla, Ampara and Nuwara Eliya.

The newest addition to the network of Piaggio three-wheeler showrooms is the one in Matara. It is situated at No. 519, Pamburana Road, Matara.

Customers in the Southern Province can now inspect and purchase with a full warranty the ‘Piaggio Ape City’ three-wheeler which is the latest in the range plus other Piaggio three-wheeler models either for passenger or goods transport. Facilities are also available for customers who want to purchase Piaggio three-wheeler on lease.

Some of the salient features of Piaggio three-wheelers are fuel efficiency – they can run 38 kilometers per liter, capability of carrying a load of 650 kg, low maintenance cost (Rs. 1/92 per kilometer), comprehensive after-sales service and the availability of ample spares.

For commercial purposes, Piaggio three-wheelers can also be provided according to the specifications and requirements of the business venture concerned.

After opening the showroom in Matara, Sunetha Sudasinghe, General Manager (Piaggio and Eicher) formally handed over the newly purchased Piaggio three-wheelers to customers. Sales Manager Amitha Gamage, Administration Manager Achini Amarasekara, Regional Manager Kasun Fernando and a large number of special invitees, customers and well wishers attended the opening ceremony.


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