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Deals hotter for CIL/FirstBank Auto Sale

One of the vehicles on display during last year's edition of the FirstBank/Caribbean Insurers Limited auto sale. Photo: VINO/File
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – An automobile sale that is scheduled for this Saturday December 6, 2014 promises to unveil very competitive prices and the hottest deals as Caribbean Insurers Limited (CIL) and FirstBank collaborate for the year end promotion.

According to the Caribbean Insurers Limited some 23 persons cashed in on a similar sale held on Saturday November 15, 2014 and an even larger number of persons are likely to be attracted to the sale that will be on this coming weekend.

This news site was informed that this time around the sale will be held at the FirstBank Car Park in Road Town which promises to have on showcase a variety of the latest models and will place manufactures’ brands in the lineup.

Participating dealers are Alphonso’s Garage, Burke’s Garage Ltd., International Motors Ltd., International Motors (Fish Bay) Ltd and VI Motors.

“Special rates will be offered, sign up with Caribbean Insurers Ltd,” said the insurance company.

FirstBank’s special rates are 12 to 36 months 5.50%, 48 to 60 Months 5.99% and for 72 months 6.77%.

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