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Coscharis offers free service for Renault customers

The franchisee for Renault brands in Nigeria, Coscharis Motor Plc, has announced a free service voucher worth N150,000 for every Renault car purchased from the firm. This was announced at the Lagos Motor Fair, which just ended.

Renault was one of the brands on display at the recently concluded auto fair, with five different models showcased, including the Logan and Duster, which are both assembled in Nigeria. Koleos, Oroch, and Kwid were the others.

“We want to use the opportunity of our presence at this motor fair to announce to our customers and prospects that we will be offering a free service voucher worth N150,000 for every Renault vehicle purchased from Coscharis Motors at this motor fair and afterwards,” Sola Adigun, general manager, Renault Sales, announced.

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Adigun stated that the free service voucher is a benefit that Renault customers receive when they purchase a Renault car from Coscharis Motor Plc, but that the promotion is available at all Coscharis showrooms nationwide through July 30th 2022.

Customers may easily purchase any of their favourite automobiles, Adigun added, because Coscharis Mobility, a sister company’s finance scheme, allows payment to be spread over a period of time after a 30percent initial deposit of the main amount.

Coscahris also says it offers a trade-in option to customers who currently own a Renault vehicle and wish to exchange it for a new model.

According to Abiona Babarinde, general manager, marketing and corporate communications, Coscharis Group, the automobile company is currently assembling two variants of the Renault brand locally at its assembly plant in Awoyaya, Lagos state, but it aims to do even more.

“Clearly, we have the capacity to add more variants to our local assembly line and hope that the time will soon come when the infrastructural deficit in the country will improve to give a conducive business environment to investors like Coscharis that still believe in our nation Nigeria,” said Babarinde. “Then we shall gladly increase the number of locally assembled variants and probably assemble all the variants that we market in the country.”