The Boss's Sale ends tomorrow

Friday, August 10, 2018

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The highly anticipated automotive sale event of the year, ATL Automotive's The Boss's Sale, ends tomorrow. The event started on Thursday.

“Whatever the customer's need, ATL Automotive offers it; everything from award-winning pickupsand family SUVS right through to compact sedans, sports cars, and even micro-hatchbacks that cost as little as $1,000 a day to buy. We want people to know how affordable buying a brand new car can be and, with these millions in savings, it's the perfect opportunity to purchase a new car that comes with manufacturer's warranty, service packages and roadside assistance at amazing prices,” Stephen Hector, group sales and marketing director, told the Jamaica Observer's weekly Auto magazine.

Now in its fourth year, the sale attracts hundreds of customers who, not only receive up to $2 million in savings on a car, but market-leading rates from financial institutions and insurance partners are on site.

The Boss's Sale is available across the spectrum of ATL Automotive's brands — Honda, Volkswagen, Audi, Porsche, Kia, BMW, MINI, and approved pre-owned vehicles.

“If someone is thinking about purchasing a car, now is the time. They won't want to miss the spectacular savings during this sale,” Hector added.

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