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DIMO partners with HNB Finance to offer exclusive leasing packages for Tata vehicles


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From left: DIMO Key Accounts Manager Nawaz Marikkar, DIMO Tata SCV Product Manager Jeewantha Wijesinghe, DIMO Tata Commercial Vehicle Sales Regional Manager Hemal Rathnayake, Tata Motors Product Manager Pyush Mahajan, DIMO Tata Passenger Vehicles Deputy General Manager Anura Wijesinghe, DIMO Tata Commercial Vehicle Sales Deputy General Manager Sampath Kumarasinghe, Tata Motors Country Manager – Sri Lanka Madhu Singh, DIMO Director Vijitha Bandara, HNB Finance MD/CEO Chaminda Prabhath, HNB Finance DGM – SME and Leasing R.M.P. Dayawansa, HNB Finance Corporate Leasing and Business Development Chief Manager A.H.M. Aziz, HNB Finance Chief Manager – Legal Chamara Mallawarachchi, HNB Finance Senior Manager, Leasing Rangana Shamil, HNB Finance Senior Manager – Marketing Udara Gunasinghe and HNB Finance Assistant Manager – Leasing Lakmal Wijayagunarathna 

 

Diesel and Motor Engineering PLC (DIMO) and HNB Finance Ltd. once again partnered to foster the Tata Commercial vehicle range which includes a rich product portfolio starting from the mini trucks (payload below 1 ton), single cabs, intermediate and light commercial vehicles (deck length vary from 10 feet to 20 feet), heavy commercial vehicles, buses (seating capacity vary from 29 to 54 seaters), 40-footer containers haulers and Tata Passenger vehicles.

This exclusive partnership between DIMO and HNB Finance provides lowest interest rates, special discounts for selected vehicle models, registration and insurance fees for selected Tata vehicle models, lowest monthly rentals, flexible repayment plans which suits to your income/budget, personalised one-day service with doorstep assistance, minimum documentation, free life insurance for Rs. 1.2 million and much more. 

This is the second time that DIMO and HNB Finance partnered together to offer special leasing solutions for Tata vehicles and this partnership will enable unparalleled convenience and easy access to Sri Lanka’s bestselling Tata commercial vehicle range and Tata passenger vehicles. 

Tata Motors together with DIMO now offers wide range of vehicles build in BS4 platform in par with the current Government regulations. Customers can customise their lorry load body to suit their applications and DIMO is geared to provide necessary body customisations to cater wide array of applications.  

Tata Nexon the five-seater crossover is the newest addition to the Tata passenger vehicle range and all new Tata Nexon is fitted with a 1.2 litre turbo petrol engine, automatic gearbox and a Harmon Infotainment system now available for test drives.Tata Motors India and DIMO have a strong relationship spanning over 58 years, and Tata commercial vehicles have played a vital role in the daily lives of many Sri Lankans in uplifting their living standards by providing low cost, reliable transportation solutions. DIMO – Tata currently operates with 38 branches and appointed dealers across the country to offer Tata Sales, Service and Genuine Spare Parts. DIMO is also offering 24-hour Roadside Assistance (RSA) to all Tata customers across Sri Lanka. Established in 2000, HNB Finance Ltd. is licensed as a registered Finance Company by the Monetary Board of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka. Maintaining an extensive island-wide presence across 48 branches and 21 service centres with the power of Hatton National Bank’s 650 ATM machines, HNB Finance has over the recent past expanded into new fields of business and now offers Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Loans in addition to savings, gold loans, fixed deposits facilities and leasing products.


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