ABC Automobile Presents its Autofair 2024


ABC Automobile, the automotive division of the ABC Group, will host the ABC Automobile Autofair 2024 event on the weekend of April 6th (9:00 AM to 6:00 PM) and 7th (9:00 AM to 3:00 PM) at its premises located on Route Militaire, Port-Louis. Open to the general public, this two-day “automotive extravaganza” promises to be a treat for car enthusiasts and buyers alike.

During these two dedicated days, leading automotive brands such as Nissan, Škoda Mauritius, Chery Mauritius, JMC, Ginza Motors, Eicher, UD, and Giant Bicycles Mauritius will showcase a wide range of models. From conventional gasoline-powered vehicles to electric, hybrid/e-POWER vehicles, as well as sedans, SUVs, trucks, and imported used cars, visitors will have the opportunity to explore and compare the various offerings presented by ABC Automobile.

In addition to the impressive lineup of vehicles, TyreXpert, specializing in tire sales and automotive maintenance products, and Fleetleader, an expert in fleet management solutions, will be present to showcase their dedicated services and solutions. The after-sales service departments will also be on-site, offering maintenance contracts to customers.

Throughout the event, a team of professionals will be available to provide advice and guide visitors through the range of products and services offered by ABC Automobile.

“ABC Automobile Autofair 2024 is the perfect opportunity for us to showcase our new models and services to automotive enthusiasts while continuing to serve our loyal customers. By organizing this event over the weekend, we provide an opportunity for those who are unable to visit us during the week to meet us,” says Alain Ng, Chief Operating Officer of ABC Automobile.

To entertain the younger audience, a children’s area with fun activities will be set up. Additionally, visitors will find food stalls on-site to cater to their refreshment needs.

Mauritius Times ePaper Friday 5 April 2024

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