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MG Jeep bonanza from Wasana Trading for 100 early birds

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Wasana Trading Lanka Ltd. which boasts of a track record of over 27 years in the motor field in Sri Lanka offers 100 SUV type MG jeeps with a five-year guarantee and a spare part undertaking with several special offers to its customers.

Wasana Trading Lanka carries out this special promotion in collaboration with one of the premier finance companies in the island, Mercantile Investment Ltd.

As these jeeps have already been moved to Wasana Trading showrooms situated at No. 312, Negombo Road Welisara Ragama, the customers who visit the showroom can without delay purchase a vehicle on leasing for a very nominal rate and drive the vehicle home on the same day itself, Managing Director of the Company Indika Sampath Merenchige said.

Wasana Trading Lanka which owns the largest motor vehicle showroom in Sri Lanka provides these MG jeeps to its customers with a 12-month insurance and three fee services. Also customers are offered the opportunity to purchase the jeep by exchanging their old vehicles for a maximum price. Vehicle permit holders too are offered with special privileges and by submitting the permit to Wasana Trading can get a higher price than what exists in the market.

Merenchige added that after relaxing the permit law, permit holders will have to wait for several months to get a vehicle imported into the country and this is a golden opportunity for them to acquire a vehicle without delay. 

For more information of this promotion the hotline 0779029213 (Rochel) is available to the public.

The MG Jeep which is manufactured under the technology and supervision of the MG mother company in Britain is renowned for been a vehicle with a much higher value than its price. Considering the high demand Wasana Trading Company has taken steps to import another 200 jeeps to the island soon.

All vehicles purchased by Wasana Trading receive the exceptional after-sales service offered by Wasana Care.

Wasana Trading Lanka who created sensation in the motor industry by introducing electric and hybrid vehicles to the country recently introduced the ship sale concept for the first time to the country paving the way for customers to buy their vehicles from the ship itself.

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