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DIMO ties up with HNB to enable customer-driven Mercedes-Benz and Jeep purchase solutions


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Once again demonstrating their strong commitment towards customer-focused service, Diesel and Motor Engineering Plc (DIMO) announced a partnership with Hatton National Bank (HNB) that will provide faster, easier and more accessible leasing options for clients purchasing Mercedes-Benz vehicles. 

The HNB DIMO Lease Promotion will be applicable to brand new Mercedes-Benz passenger cars and commercial vehicles, as well as pre-owned vehicles and Jeep SUVs sold by DIMO. The agreement offers extremely comfortable terms that can be structured to suit a customer’s preference. It includes special interest rates for both brand new as well as pre-owned vehicles with the flexibility to configure the Equated Monthly Installments with residual values up to 40% on a repayment period spanning up to seven years. In addition, DIMO will offer preferential prices exclusively to HNB customers for the Mercedes-Benz Passenger vehicles, VITO and Jeep Renegade.

With a relationship spanning over a decade, the partnership between HNB and DIMO has ensured exceptional customer satisfaction. HNB has received recognition from numerous international and local institutions for excellence in diverse business and support functions. HNB’s 251 customer centres spread across the island enable an incredibly wide reach, which offers convenient access for DIMO customers who wish to take advantage of their leasing options.

The longstanding relationship between DIMO and Mercedes-Benz is a partnership built on innovation and excellence. DIMO earned its most recent of a long string of awards at the Sri Lanka Institute of Marketing (SLIM) Brand Excellence Awards 2017, during which Mercedes drove home with the Silver Award for International Brand of the Year.

The only authorised distributor for Mercedes-Benz and Jeep in Sri Lanka, DIMO has repeatedly proven its commitment towards focusing on individual customer needs and preferences, by paying attention to detail and ensuring each client enjoys a purchasing experience free of any hassle. In addition to this, DIMO offers after-sales services which are unmatched. 

A premier distributor of luxury vehicles in Sri Lanka spanning over 75 years, DIMO has cultivated an irreplaceable and longstanding relationship with vehicle enthusiasts across the country as a result of its impeccable service. 

More information on the HNB lease-and-buy options for Mercedes vehicles can be obtained from any HNB branch or the Mercedes-Benz Centre ‘DIMO 800’ by calling 0112449797.

 


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