DIMO joins hands with HNB to promote Mercedes Benz

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From left: Ushani Samaranayake – Assistant Manager: Strategy and Business Development, Mercedes-Benz Sales,Business Unit Manager, Mercedes-Benz Passenger Vehicles Sales, Dinesh Gumaratne, General Manager, Mercedes-Benz Sales, Rajeev Pandithage, Group CEO, DIMO, GahanathPandithage, Managing Director/CEO, HNB, Jonathan Alles, Head of Personal Financial Services, HNB, Viraj Mendis, Senior Manager Personal Financial Services, HNB, KanchanaKarunagamaSenior Manager Leasing – HNBJeewantha Perera, Manager - Business Development Leasing – HNB, A H M Aziz, at the signing of MoU

 

 

Diesel & Motor Engineering PLC (DIMO) and Hatton National Bank (HNB) once again teamed up to promote its sleek and elegant range of Mercedes Benz vehicles for automotive enthusiasts in the domestic market.     
The exclusive partnership between DIMO – the sole authorised agent for Mercedes Benz in Sri Lanka and HNB enables customers to receive customised leasing packages with the lowest interest rates in the market for any purchase of a brand new Mercedes Benz vehicle from DIMO.   
The relationship between HNB and DIMO have spanned over a decade, ensuring that the customer is the ultimate beneficiary of the partnership. The wide reach of the bank, with over 252 customer centres across Sri Lanka, offers unparalleled convenience and easy access to Sri Lanka’s bestselling commercial vehicle range. 
The Mercedes Benz portfolio in Sri Lanka includes a wide range of popular models like the C-Class Sedan, E-Class Coupe and its tough but graceful range of SUVs and Hybrid Sedans.  
In addition to the lowest interest rates in the market, buyers will receive a host of other benefits, which includes a free life insurance cover worth Rs. 4 million from HNB General Insurance and HNB Credit Card with no joining fee.

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