Bakkies, bakkies everywhere!

Auas Motos brings Bakkie Bonanza to lighten your load.

19 June 2020 | Motors

“These are huge specials.” – Barend Oberholzer, Auas Motors sales manager

AUGETTO CRAIG - Auas Motors has taken the current feverish atmosphere of doom and gloom in Namibia caused by the coronavirus outbreak head-on, and decided to counter the negative with positive opportunities.

According to sales manager Barend Oberholzer, they have huge specials on offer right now.

Wrapped with bows and bells under the theme Bakkie Bonanza, their incredible offering will continue as long as stock lasts, and, boy, do they have stock!

The company recently acquired a shipment to ensure all Namibia’s bakkie needs are met, and then some.

Payment holiday

One of the key features of the Bakkie Bonanza promotion is an extended payment holiday, which enables new buyers to only pay their first instalment in 2021.

According to Oberholzer, the bank provides a three-month grace period, and Auas Motors is adding another five months on top of that.

Available models

Awesome models included in the offering are the Isuzu D-Max 250C Fleetside 4x2 single cab, the Isuzu D-Max 30B Hi-Ride LX extended cab, the Isuzu D-Max 250 Hi-Ride 4x4 double-cab and the iconic Isuzu X-Rider 250 4x4 double-cab.

All these vehicles come with a five-year or 120 000km warranty, and only the Fleetside does not have a five-year or 90 000km service plan included.

But if you’ve had your eye on that model, don’t despair! The plan is optional for the Fleetside.

Win a bakkie!

Buy any new or used vehicle or truck from Auas Motors between 1 June and 7 November to stand a chance to win a brand-new workhorse, an Isuzu D-Max 250c compensator Fleetside 4x2 single-cab bakkie with a 51kW engine.

Auas Motors presents this promotion in association with Standard Bank Namibia.

The award-winning dealership has a ton of other specials on specific bakkies running parallel to Bakkie Bonanza, ensuring that all bakkie enthusiasts find a bargain to make their dreams come true.

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