Silver Star Auto launches Suzuki vehicles

Leading automobile company, Silver Star Auto Limited (SSAL), has held a grand ceremony in Accra to officially launch the Suzuki range of vehicles unto the Ghanaian market

Held at the Silver Star Auto showroom, the event brought together customers and stakeholders in the automobile industry to witness the introduction of the Suzuki range of vehicle types which included small city cars, mid-size sedans, SUVs and small commercial vehicles

Launching the vehicles to the expectant guests, Mr. Nouhad Kalmoni, Chief Executive Officer of Silver Star Auto, noted with pride the addition of the Suzuki Automotive brand to its range of products stressing that in the company’s continuous effort and commitment to meet the expectations of the nation for relevant vehicles, Suzuki was the ideal partner to assure safe mobility, affordability and quality

He noted that the available Suzuki models have automatic transmission, excellent fuel consumption, and enhanced safety features; unique features which have significant impact on the vehicle running costs, safety and comfort.

Mr. Kalmoni assured customers of a 3 year/100,000km warranty and nationwide sales and service support to give them the peace of mind and protect their investments, adding that the company has made express service available in Accra, Tema and other parts of the country.

On his part, Mr. Yutaka Ezaki, General Manager, Automotive Sales & Marketing of Sumitomo Corporation-Japan touted the Suzuki Motor Corporation as one of the most successful car manufacturers in Japan and with SSAL and the Kalmoni Group being a successful and reputable company group in Ghana over 100 years, the objective of Suzuki becoming the leading car brand in Ghana and exceeding customers’ expectation is achievable

The Deputy Minister of Transport, Mrs. Joyce Mogtari whose speech was read on her behalf commended Silver Star Auto and the Kalmoni Group for its investment in the automobile industry which has given a lot of opportunities for the youth to gain employment in the automobile sector.

She said Government would continue to support the automobile companies and make the environment conducive for their business to grow.

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