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Sunday, 13 March 2011





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Amana Takaful insures Sri Lanka's first Limo

Making history and signalling better times ahead for Sri Lanka, Amana Takaful insurance coverage for the very first limousine to ply the roads.

The Chrysler C300 (USA) limousine

The stylish lifestyle automobile visited the head office of Amana Takaful recently to accept its insurance cover.

The limousine, a Chrysler C300 (USA) is 14.8 feet long and has a 3500 cc engine with 418 BHP.

The style icon can comfortably seat eight people and has special lighting, conference call facility, LCD screens and fridge inside the limousine making it entertainment and business compatible.

The limousine is owned by Casons Rent-A-Car, an Amana Takaful client and is available to anyone who wants to hire it.

"Being part of our customers' success is important to us. Moreover, being part of history is a satisfying experience. While wishing Casons Rent-A-Car the very best we look forward to others following as well to make the most of the economic prospects in our island," said General Manager, Sales and Marketing, Amana Takaful PLC Adel Hashim.

"The limousine is not the first of luxury vehicles owned by Casons. We already have a fleet of vehicles including the much sought after Hummer, BMW, Mercedes Benz, large size SUVs and luxury coaches. Tourism is set to boom in Sri Lanka and we are merely answering the call of the hour," said Managing Director, Casons Rent-A-Car Zakir Ahmed.



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