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Consecutive car shows to thrill motor fanatics in Windhoek

Whether you are in the market for a new car or simply looking at what is on offer, you will be pleased to know that the Ford and Volkswagen models you had been eyeing for months in a car magazine are within mere grasp.
Drawing contrasts between the two auto shows that are held in consecutive months, The Bank Windhoek and Republikein Motor Show and Standard Bank’s Auto Show, Marketing and Public Relations Manager of Standard Bank, Surihe Gaomas-Guchu said, “Standard Bank’s Auto Show for this year is unique in the sense that the latest local vehicles will be displayed on a rotating turntable for participants to see the whole glory of the car and its features from all angles.
 We will also be having bike flying stunts as a source of entertainment and for those that love action on the dirt road there will be the Vasbyt 4×4 terrain.”
Not to be outdone, Bank Windhoek Head, Corporate Communication and Social Investment Riaan van Rooyen said, “The Bank Windhoek and Republikein Motor Show is a platform to build relations with motor vehicle dealers and clients alike.

It also provides special vehicle financing options to our clients as well as the opportunity for prospective buyers to compare a large number of vehicle brands in one area, before deciding which vehicle to buy.
 Because the brands are exhibited there, and there is expert advice available, the task of making the right choice becomes easier.”
The Bank Windhoek and Republikein Motor Show is currently on-going and is scheduled to end on 7 June while the much anticipated Standard Bank Auto Show is scheduled to start on 4 July and will be held over two days.
The Bank Windhoek and Republikein Motor Show is the longest running of the two motoring expos and was launched in 2006.
The dealerships that are participating in this year’s Bank Windhoek and Republikein Motor Show are Harley Davidson, Indongo Toyota, Spes Bona Motor Company, Auas Delta, Associated Motor Holdings Namibia, M&Z Motors, M&Z Commercial, Pupkewitz Motors, African Commercial Vehicles, Autohaus Windhoek, Novel Motor Company, Zimmermann Garage and CAM Namibia/Geely.

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