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I Love Change Car Sales Event ‘a hit’ despite rain

Persons checking out one of the Hyundai vehicles on show at the I Love Change Car Sales Event on Saturday November 28, 2015. Photo: Provided
A potential customer being taken through the line of vehicles on offer by Tortola Auto Group. Photo: Provided
A potential customer being taken through the line of vehicles on offer by Tortola Auto Group. Photo: Provided
Leroy Watson was the winner of the $500 raffle. Photo: Provided
Leroy Watson was the winner of the $500 raffle. Photo: Provided
Scotiabank BVI, along with Nagico Insurances, did the honour of introducing TAG to the Virgin Islands with the massive car sales event dubbed ‘I love Change’ that featured the latest Hyundai vehicles, with TAG being the official dealership for Hyundai vehicles in the Virgin Islands. TAG offered 2016 vehicles for as little as 203 to 400 dollars monthly installments. Photo: Provided
Scotiabank BVI, along with Nagico Insurances, did the honour of introducing TAG to the Virgin Islands with the massive car sales event dubbed ‘I love Change’ that featured the latest Hyundai vehicles, with TAG being the official dealership for Hyundai vehicles in the Virgin Islands. TAG offered 2016 vehicles for as little as 203 to 400 dollars monthly installments. Photo: Provided
Home Finance Specialist & Auto Finance Specialist at Scotiabank BVI, Mr Olanzo A. Boynes (2nd from right) with Scotiabank and Nagico Insurances staff. Photo: Provided
Home Finance Specialist & Auto Finance Specialist at Scotiabank BVI, Mr Olanzo A. Boynes (2nd from right) with Scotiabank and Nagico Insurances staff. Photo: Provided
The flagship vehicle of TAG is said to be the 2016 Hyundai Tucson, a mid-sized sports utility wagon which offers comfort and amenities for the driver who cares about not only style and performance but also fuel efficiency. Photo: Provided
The flagship vehicle of TAG is said to be the 2016 Hyundai Tucson, a mid-sized sports utility wagon which offers comfort and amenities for the driver who cares about not only style and performance but also fuel efficiency. Photo: Provided
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- The newest auto dealership in the Virgin Islands, Tortola Auto Group (TAG) had some blessings from above to go along with its introductory car sales on Saturday November 28, 2015 as it turned out to be a rainy day, although the inclement weather did not stop persons from showing up at the Courtesy Car Rental Parking Lot to see what latest Hyundai vehicles they could get themselves or loved ones for the Christmas.

In fact, persons came from as far as Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost Van Dyke and would now be hoping to have a new ride.

Scotiabank BVI, along with Nagico Insurances, did the honour of introducing TAG to the Virgin Islands with the massive car sales event dubbed ‘I love Change’ that featured the latest Hyundai vehicles, with TAG being the official dealership for Hyundai vehicles in the Virgin Islands. TAG offered 2016 vehicles for as little as 203 to 400 dollars monthly installments.

Scotiabank BVI offered100% financing and up to 84 months payment terms at 6.99% interest rate on new vehicles.

As part of the deal too, Scotiabank waived its application fee.

Nagico Insurances offered a flat annual premium insurance rate of $500 regardless of vehicle value.

There was also a raffle that saw the first 100 persons to enter the car sales venue entered into the draw to win $500. Mr Leroy Watson was the lucky winner.

Meanwhile, construction work is still ongoing in Prospect Reef, Tortola for the intended location of Tortola Auto Group, expected to comprise vehicle sales showroom and a service centre.

The flagship vehicle of TAG is said to be the 2016 Hyundai Tucson, a mid-sized sports utility wagon which offers comfort and amenities for the driver who cares about not only style and performance but also fuel efficiency.

 

11 Responses to “I Love Change Car Sales Event ‘a hit’ despite rain”

  • patty (02/12/2015, 16:39) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Wow sharn jammi
  • Well Sah (02/12/2015, 17:05) Like (25) Dislike (3) Reply
    Bank knows that black people want cars not houses that why they keep these types of events. You never see any mortgage events with good rates.
  • +++ (02/12/2015, 17:44) Like (6) Dislike (2) Reply
    from an urban planning point of view, that car rental and the parking across the street should be moved to the edge of the centre of town. It is relatively industrial and does nothing to enhance the enjoyment or open space of Rode Town. It should be another small park, smaller public parking lot, or a small business with its own parking. It is not pretty at all. And we don't need more cars on island.
    • open ya mouth (02/12/2015, 19:40) Like (0) Dislike (3) Reply
      ....ah yes, some of your blog just to prove you can wirte..
      • Mick Mars (03/12/2015, 08:53) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
        ....Ah yes, and some of YOU blog just to prove you have an inflated opinion.
        Plus, the word is 'write'. We all make mistakes, but when you chiding somebody, come correct nuh?
      • +++ (03/12/2015, 12:20) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
        I'll swap my mis-spelled "Rode" for "Road" if you acknowledge your "wirte" for "write". We all have ideas.
        What are some of yours? and thank you for saying I can "write". The centre of town can look so much better without these cars and parking lots. I don't care WHO owns them.
  • Lily Ann (02/12/2015, 20:37) Like (4) Dislike (1) Reply
    and in 3 months time bank take them back !!!
  • ok (03/12/2015, 00:42) Like (13) Dislike (0) Reply
    So when is the land sale?
  • jj (03/12/2015, 10:52) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    WENT IN FOR A LOAN FOR MY SMALL BUSINESS AND IT WAS REJECTED BUT i COUD GET IT FOR A CAR smh
    • Just saying (03/12/2015, 23:46) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
      U know y that would be?....if u dint pay for the car it can be repo but if ur business don't make it what can they get bank?...I'm just saying!


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