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Special offers at Jaguar Open Day with SML Frontier Automotive


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  • Experience seductive design, intuitive technology and exhilarating performance

 SML Frontier Automotive, sole agents for Jaguar in Sri Lanka invites customers to experience sheer driving pleasure at the Jaguar Open Day series from Friday, 18 May to Saturday, 19 May. Visit the state-of-the-art showroom located at 74, Flower Road Colombo 07 and revel in a driving experience, or better yet trade in your current vehicle and drive away with your all-new Jaguar. 

Jaguar, renowned for its innovative designs and refined engineering, delivers performance without compromising on fuel efficiency. The entire fleet will be available on special offer at the showroom during the Open Day. Customers also receive five year warranty, five year service, 24-hour road side assistance and membership to the island’s most elite Owners Club with their vehicle. For more information on how you can book your Jaguar test drive call 2552444 or visit the showroom.

 


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