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Seylan Colombo Motor Show 2018 sets new trends in automobile industry


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Bringing excitement and joy to over 90,000 motoring enthusiasts, Seylan Colombo Motor Show 2018, Sri Lanka’s biggest and most sought-after automobile exhibition concluded on a high note at the BMICH premises recently.

Organised by the Asia Exhibitions and Conventions Ltd., the Seylan Colombo Motor Show 2018 brought in exquisite vehicles ranging from Sport, Classic, SUV and Vintage collections. In addition, participants were also offered an array of value added services on after sales, Spare parts and financial accessibility to fulfil their dream of owning an automobile in a hassle-free manner. 

Seylan Bank, being the title sponsor for the fifth consecutive year, offered convenient financial services such as on the spot loan and lease approvals, credit evaluations coupled with advisory support to enable customers to further ease their burden when they pursue the dream of purchasing their dream vehicle with Seylan Bank.

Over the years, Seylan bank has set its pedigree with its value added services, and is expanding its partnership with vehicle dealers and agents to provide hassle-free financial services to make the dreams of motoring enthusiasts a reality. 


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