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Wasana Trading ties up with LB Finance for low-priced vehicle bonanza


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Wasana Trading Company Ltd., who owns the largest vehicle yard in Sri Lanka, has introduced a mid-year promotion bonanza that will offer special benefits to customers.

Accordingly, customers will get the opportunity to purchase vehicles of selected models for no more than the imported prices, along with other special benefits during this period. The promotion titled ‘Awa Gaththa Giya’ (Come, Buy, and Depart) will take place from June 19 to 30.

Toyota Vitz, Toyota Axio and Suzuki Wagon R Hybrid brands will be offered for not more than the imported price by Wasana Trading during the promotion period. This special promotional campaign is launched by Wasana Trading, with the collaboration of one of Sri Lanka’s premier leasing companies, LB Finance. With this collaboration, customers get the opportunity to lease out a vehicle within a single day, under the lowest interest rates offered by LB Finance, sans any guarantors. During the promotion, customers will get the opportunity to win invaluable prizes too. Customers can benefit from the promotional offers by visiting the showroom of Wasana Trading, at No. 312, Negombo Road, Welisara, Ragama or by visiting its branches in Anuradhapura, Narahenpita or Chilaw. More details about the promotion can also be obtained from the hotline 0112241333 or by contacting LB Finance branches islandwide.

“We offer this midyear sales bonanza, using the strength that we have built during the 25 year experience in the automobile business, and it is a mid-year gift that we present to our customers annually. Hence we can term this as a rare opportunity, where customers can purchase vehicles of three categories for the prices, not more than the imported price of the vehicle. This offer is valid only up to June 30, hence we request you not to miss this golden opportunity of fulfilling the dream of owning your own vehicle,” said Wasana Trading Company Managing Director Indika Sampath Merenchige.

Here, customers also have the opportunity to own a new vehicle by exchanging their old vehicle with Wasana Trading. All vehicles come with a unique three-year warrantee and three free service opportunities, provided by Wasana Care, a consolidated company of Wasana Trading.

More details may be obtained from the website trademe.lk and Facebook page www.facebook.com/wasanatrading.lk 


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