‘Automall’ brings AMW’s firm reputation to Matara

20 July 2016 12:00 am - 0     - {{hitsCtrl.values.hits}}


Brought together by the common goal of providing outstanding customer experiences, AMW’s family keeps growing stronger with the opening of its new Automall showroom in Matara. 

Automall is proud to offer a car for everyone looking for trust, quality and value! We buy, sell and trade-in vehicles of all brands.

This new Automall showroom comes in the wake of successful extensions of the same concept, which are already established in Borella, Kurunegala, Nugegoda and Galle. AMW’s well-regarded professionalism, including highly trained personnel as well as superior customer experience are very much part of Automall at Matara.

Customers who visit the new Automall showroom can have their vehicle valued by trained personnel and are ensured of the best possible offer after which they can opt to trade- in or sell their pre-owned vehicle. 
Those who wish to choose from a range of pre-owned vehicles can rest assured that all AMW Automall vehicles have been thoroughly screened to ensure an accident free certified pre-owned vehicle in excellent condition.

All vehicles sold by Automall are subjected to a comprehensive 99-point check and customers are offered a 6-month warranty on the engine and gearbox. In addition, customers can obtain leasing facilities within 2 hours. Customers have the added advantage of being an AMW loyalty customer as well as benefitting from AMW’s 24-hour Roadside Assistance programme.

Founded in 1949, AMW has consistently, over 65 years, grown to become the preeminent group in the industry. Being an Al Futtaim Group company, AMW offers world-class brands including Yamaha, Nissan, Suzuki and Piaggio, as well as associated products like Goodyear tyres, Castrol lubricants and even New Holland tractors. Adding to the popularity of AMW is the superior island wide after sales service and spare parts availability as well as financial solutions through AMW Capital Leasing.


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