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AMW introduces Renault Service Centre

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The frontier of the Sri Lankan automotive industry, Associated Motorways (AMW), offers Renault vehicle owners an incredible and exclusive servicing and maintenance assistance introducing Renault Service Centre, at No: 128, Nawala Road, Narahenpita.
Free servicing, repairs and many more professional assistance is available within the AMW warranty period. 
AMW, riding on the 66th year, was established in the year 1949 and now, dominates the Sri Lankan automotive sector. AMW drives towards innovation with its world-renowned brands and exceptional after-sales service and spares facility. Backed by the Al-Futtaim group, one of the most respected corporations in the lower Gulf region, put forth the initiative to offer outstanding customer service with increased flexibility and improved operation efficiency through world-class technology. Renault Service Centre was a successive outcome of this futuristic collaboration. 
From minor running repairs to the most complicated repairs, trained technicians are geared to offer professional assistance along with high-performance genuine spare parts at Renault Service Centre. 
Renault Service Centre assures a professional service on the vehicle whilst providing specialized mechanical advice and technical assistance exclusively for Renault four-wheel models.

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