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Industry veteran Rajieve Fernando and partners launch luxury car dealership Autobahn Private Limited

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Rajieve Fernando, a two decade veteran of the automobile industry, has recently launched Autobahn Private Limited, a one stop shop for premium European vehicle brands in Sri Lanka. The new company aims to provide discerning buyers with unfettered access to the latest models backed by a uniquely gratifying ownership experience.  

Senok Automobiles former director Rajieve’s vision for Autobahn stems from his extensive understanding of the local clientele. Autobahn ispowered by ideas rooted in key lifestyle insights and particular life stage needs. This data driven approach allows Autobahn tooffer a standard of value, convenience and service excellence that is unprecedented in the vehicle import industry. 

The company specializes in the import of premium luxury European automobiles. These precision engineered machines are highly coveted in Sri Lanka for their exquisite designs, superlative driving experience and illustrious heritage.

Autobahn will offer customers access to exclusive services such as a concierge, a state-of-the-art workshop facility with its own paint booth, on-site servicing, a detailing centre and 24 hour roadside assistance. Autobahn takes special pride in ensuring comprehensive care for owners long after they drive away in the car of their dreams.

Joining Rajieve as Directors in this venture are renowned businessman and car enthusiast, Managing Director of Fazaal Hardware Fazaal Nauman and respected entrepreneur Anithra Ratnayake.

Commenting on the launch, CEO Rajieve Fernando says: “With this new venture, my ultimate aim is to make the ownership experience of these fine vehicles more pleasurable by providing customers with greater convenience, better value and personalized service for the long run. Our expert after sales team will ensure our clientele continued satisfaction and help guide new owners through all the benefits of their luxury vehicle.”

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