Pre-owned Rolls-Royce scheme in Bahrain
Manama, September 5, 2012
Euro Motors, the sole dealer of Rolls-Royce in Bahrain, has announced the latest details of an industry-leading approved programme for pre-owned Rolls-Royce vehicles in the kingdom.
In the Rolls-Royce Provenance programme, each car has to meet exact criteria set by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.
Factory-trained technicians conduct a painstaking inspection procedure, including a full road test, to ensure that every Provenance car reaches the highest standards prior to delivery. Cars must have been maintained in strict adherence to Rolls-Royce servicing requirements to be considered and are only sold through the international network of authorised Rolls-Royce Motor Cars dealers.
Each Provenance Rolls-Royce offers the reassurance of an independently obtained vehicle history and unlimited mileage verification, together with a minimum 24-month warranty, fully inclusive servicing and 24-hour roadside assistance.
Paul Yates, general manager of Euro Motors, said, “Purchasing a Rolls-Royce should always be an exceptional experience, regardless of its age. That's why only the finest previously-owned Rolls-Royce motor cars attain the Provenance title. Each one must pass a series of rigorous checks to qualify and comes with independent vehicle history and mileage verification.”
“When you own a Rolls-Royce you join a long list of illustrious owners all over the world, so it is important to have a programme like this in place to ensure that this exclusive ownership experience can be extended to new owners for pre-used vehicles.
“Considering that we will be welcoming the Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II to our showroom next month, it is also excellent to have this scheme in place to cater for customers who are looking to trade in their vehicles,” he added.
The Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II will arrive in the Bahraini market this month. – TradeArabia News Service
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