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Softlogic Finance shifts into high gear with Daihatsu


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High-riding Softlogic Finance Plc has heralded the arrival of the spectacular new 2011 Terios range from Daihatsu on which it is offering an equally prodigious range of flexible leasing packages to those customers eager for a piece of the action.

The Terios has been crafted with special technologies in order to achieve compactness without reducing factors such as comfort, convenience and environmental performance.  Customers can trade in their old vehicle and drive away the entry model for Rs. 29,900 per month.

Manufactured entirely in Japan, the natty Terios offers superb on/off-road performance coupled with a deluxe resale value, all slickly packaged within Daihatsu’s highly-tuned after-sales service which leaves the competition in its slipstream.

Hardly surprising when one considers the company’s vintage as part of Softlogic Group, one of Sri Lanka’s most diversified and fastest-growing conglomerates. Its foothold in the financial industry adds a new facet to the group’s business portfolio and the entry of the group into the financial services sector is seen as an ideal strategic fit in offering retail and SME customer, personal and business alike, financial solutions through the island-wide Softlogic Finance branch and store network.

It is a race-winning formula which has provided the Softlogic Finance customer base with smooth and economical handling, despite the tight corners offered by the overall trajectory of the Sri Lankan economy in recent times.

With Softlogic Finance Plc having its roots in the IT field, the company has utilised the latest technology to deliver a competitively priced pool of financial products and services to its customers based upon performance and safety, within the same product vehicles. The product range of the company currently extends to leasing and hire purchase, fixed deposits and savings accounts, personal finance, business finance and gold loans.

“Like Daihatsu,” said CEO of Softlogic Finance Mayura Fernando, “above all we are seeking to assure the highest levels of safety possible, which is why we have taken extreme care in how we have structured our leasing options on the Daihatsu Terios in order to provide the most creative deal that will suit the requirements of our customers.”


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