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Weekend of adventure at Jaguar Land Rover


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SML Frontier Automotive, a member of the Access Group and the sole agent for Jaguar Land Rover in Sri Lanka, recently concluded its adventure-filled Open Weekend. Jaguar and Land Rover gave its owners and potential owners a memorable adventure and experience, showcasing the different add-on you could accessorise your vehicle with, from outdoor nature activities to water sports. 

The Jaguar Land Rover Owners’ Club joined in the Open Weekend with a host of adventure sports and outdoor adventure partners present that could alleviate the entire experience. Curated with Quintessentially Ceylon, the Open Weekend Jaguar and Land Rover partnered with: Marina Bolgoda, Garmin, Crate Adventures, Go Outdoors, Adventure Seals and Island Scuba. Other partners present at the event included ApiHappi, X Station, Onda, Collectique, Polaris, Sozo, Samsung, Mercantile Investments and Natuzzi.  Jaguar Land Rover is the UK’s largest automotive manufacturer, built around two iconic British car brands: Land Rover, the world’s leading manufacturer of premium all-wheel-drive vehicles; and Jaguar, one of the world’s premier luxury sports saloon and sports car marques. Customers also receive five year warranty, five year service, 24-hour road side assistance, Sri Lanka’s highest restaurant and lounge and exclusive Membership to the island’s most elite Owners Club with their vehicle.

For more information on how you can book your Jaguar or Land Rover test drive call 2552444 or visit the SML Frontier Automotive, a member of the Access Group at its showroom located at 74, Flower Road Colombo 7. 

 


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