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Kobe appoints racing legend Dilantha as Brand Ambassador

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The largest Japanese vehicle supplier to the Sri Lankan market, Kobe Motor Company has appointed Sri Lankan racing legend Dilantha Malagamuwa as its Brand Ambassador.

Since 2013, Kobe Motor Company has introduced the revolutionary warranty on Japanese used vehicles which is widely available to used car dealers islandwide. 

Malagamuwa has been a global Sri Lankan figure at international racing events. “His accomplishments over the recent years have empowered him to partner with Kobe Powertrain Warranty as a significance of trust and assurance of quality,” said Kobe Motor Company President Umar Ali.

“In the 25 years I’ve spent in Japan, my love for Japanese people, culture and cars has been overwhelming. It is indeed a great honour to be associated with Kobe Powertrain Warranty which ensures quality, safety and undisputed trust in driving a Japanese vehicle,” said Malagamuwa.

With over two decades of experience, commencing operations in 1997 in Yokohama, Japan, Kobe Motor Company exports Japanese vehicles to over 40 countries around the world, which is amongst the top used vehicle exporters in Japan. Kobe is also the largest vehicle supplier to Sri Lanka, Kobe Powertrain Warranty certified vehicles can be purchased through the network of over 200 authorised dealers islandwide. 

The Kobe Powertrain Warranty which was launched in the year 2013 is a revolutionary product introduced in the used vehicle market. This product is available through authorised used car dealers islandwide. This entitles the user to a two-year warranty on engine and transmission, a three-year warranty on hybrid batteries and a free of charge warranty at no extra premium.

With 16 authorised service centres islandwide and a state-of-the-art vehicle repair centre, Kobe Motor Company has made its mark in the industry. Kobe Powertrain warranty will ensure Sri Lankans can purchase a Kobe certified vehicle with a hassle free driving experience.

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