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SBN reveals 2014 Auto show specials

Mon, 23 June 2014 00:55
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Standard Bank Vehicle and Asset Finance (VAF) will be offering an interest rate of prime less 1.5% (7.75%) to all buyers at the upcoming auto show slated for the 4th and 5th July .
The Standard Bank auto show held in partnership with Biltongfees will take place at the SKW Sports Fields. This year’s Standard Bank Auto Show under the theme: “Start the Engine” is expected to host 32 participating local dealerships.
SBN’s VAF new business manager Eugene Junius notes that in addition, SBN will also allow all prospective vehicle buyers to enter into an agreement over 60 months with no deposits (terms and conditions apply).
“Customers who successfully apply for a vehicle during this period also stand a chance to win exiting prizes, which includes free insurance, smart devices as well as a cash prize of N$10 000, which will be allocated towards the customers vehicle loan, and much more,” he says.
These special conditions are applicable to all dealerships exhibiting at the Standard Bank Auto Show this year.
The Standard Bank Auto Show has become the most prestigious event on the Namibian calendar and a popular event in the automobile industry.