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Coscharis Jaguar offers thrilling Easter package to customers

By Theodore Opara

Jaguar representative in Nigeria Coscharis Motors Plc is offering its customers a special Easter bonanza. According to Cosharis Motors, customers who purchase any of the Jaguar models within the first week of April 2018 will be given the opportunity to enjoy an all expense paid trip to South Africa for The Jaguar Simola Hillclimb.

Scheduled for 3-6 May 2018, the Hillclimb will be the fifth edition as the Jaguar Simola Hillclimb. As part of its commitment to its customers, Coscharis Jaguar is extending this package to, at least 2 couples. Specifically, this will include flights, accommodation, hospitality, meals and VIP Access to the Jaguar Simola Hill Climb event.


In addition, Coscharis Jaguar is giving all buyers one year complimentary service, free registration and 50% rebate on premium insurance.
According to the Jaguar Brand Manager, Cletus Aregbeshola, “our objective is to always keep celebrating our customers and improving our commitment to them notwithstanding the challenges facing the auto industry.”

The Jaguar Simola Hillclimb – continues to draw unparalleled interest in South African motorsport and word of the event has spread far and wide with not only South African interest reaching new heights, but international recognition growing too thanks to the participation of American drivers Randy Pobst, Kai Goddard and Steve Kimpton.

Whether you have attended the Jaguar Simola Hillclimb before, or not, you won’t want to miss the 2018 event as the line-up of Jaguar variants and activity promises to be better than ever, while the smoke, noise, vibe, excitement levels and off-track activities are the epitome of good entertainment. Whether you are a petrol head, speed lover or just someone who loves a good time you will leave satisfied and enthralled at the spectacle.

As is now the norm, activity kicks off on Thursday 3 May with the Classic Car Display and Parade  in Hedge Street and the Speed Festival Charity Golf Day.


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