This Thursday 4 July, Standard Bank announced special interest rates on offer during the upcoming 2013 Auto Show on 5 and 6 July at the Sport Klub Windhoek fields in Olympia, Windhoek.
"Clients can purchase their dream vehicle at prime less 1.5%, which is 7.75% at the current rates. In addition, clients can also opt for a three month holiday period, with the first repayment only due in October 2013," announced Eugene Junius, New Business Manager: Vehicle and Asset Finance at Standard Bank Namibia. No deposit is required and clients can opt to repay the loan amount over 60-month period. However, as usual, terms and conditions apply, he pointed out.
Various prizes are up for grabs during the Auto Show. One lucky customer purchasing a vehicle during the show period will stand a chance of winning short-term insurance valued at N$5000, which is sponsored by Standard Insurance Brokers. "Liberty Life is also sponsoring a weekend away to a secret destination worth N$7500 for a lucky customer. This is all the more reason to attend the Standard Bank Namibia Auto Show!" emphasises Eugene.
The special interest rates and competitions will run from Wednesday 3 July up to Saturday 6 July 2013. Furthermore, the specials are only applicable to participating dealerships exhibiting new vehicles at the Auto Show.
"We are very pleased with the interest from the dealerships in the Auto Show. Visitors to the show and annual Biltongfees will view the latest vehicles from top dealerships in Namibia. We have also included a 4X4 Track Vasbyt terrain and micro aeroplanes will be on display," said Surihe Gaomas, PR and Corporate Communication Manager at Standard Bank Namibia.
The following dealerships will participate in the 2013 Auto Show: M&Z Motors, Danric Auto, Novel Motor Company, Spes Bona Motors, Indongo Toyota, Zimmermann Garage, Pupkewitz Motor Group, Auas Motors, AMH Group, CAM and Geely, Autohaus and Audi Centre, M&Z Commercial Vehicles, Lubbes Group, and JCB Namibia.
Other exhibitors include LA Sport, Windhoek Canopy Centre and The Old Wheelers Club.
Standard Bank Namibia expects approximately 20,000 visitors to the show and, in addition, a total of 400 new vehicles, motor cycles and boats on show.