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Wide range of pre-used cars

Vision Motors
Saturday, November 11, 2017

IT is no claim but a straight forward fact that the range of pre-owned vehicles from Vision Motors displayed at our Grantham Rd yard is one of high quality and great value for money.

These include near-new passenger sedans, SUVs and UTEs. Every pre-owned vehicle you select at Vision Motors can be put through various levels of physical and mechanical inspection including your choice of independent evaluation.

We thrive to instil and expedite real confidence in you so that your selection is a worthy purchase. At Vision Motors, we support the view that both parties must have a "win, win" business that can leave a lasting impression.

The company provides mechanical warranty on all qualifying vehicles together with a servicing and maintenance plan at an affordable pricing level. Every unit sold is provided with strong after-sales service support through the company's well equipped workshops.

Vision Motors also offers ex-lease vehicles that have been refurbished, and ready for its new owners in its range of mid-size sedans, 7 seater 4X4 SUV's and 16 seater people movers. These units are offered at competitive pricing and tier one plus service standards. Vision Motors is not limited to the automotive business and is also engaged in the business of equipment, a large range of industrial products, tier one plus after-sales service and maintenance, and superb paint and panel repairs.

Visit Vision Motors today for a test drive.








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