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City Automobiles Present “Jaguar Land Rover Family Day Specials”

From March 21-23 at J-Avenue, Thonglor, Bangkok

Bangkok, 14 March, 2014 – City Automobiles, Jaguar Land Rover’s authorised distributor and service provider in Thailand, invites customers to experience “Jaguar Land Rover Family Day Specials”, a one-of-a-kind luxury car presentation with unique special offers to be held at J-Avenue from 21-23 March. The event is expected to be an attractive draw for Jaguar and Land Rover customers and enthusiasts, as well as an enjoyable and interactive occasion for families.

Display models include the Land Rover Freelander, Range Rover, Range Rover Evoque, Range Rover Sport, Jaguar XJ, and Jaguar XK. This event complements Jaguar Land Rover’s exclusive promotion campaign “Family Day Specials”, offering attractive prices to all customers exclusively at this event.

Customers in Thailand are supported by City Automobiles’ service centres on Wireless Road in Lumphini (Tel: 02 651 4545) and on Rama 3, and a new showroom and service centre on Rama 4 will be launched in 2014.

Further product and technical information is available at and

About City Automobiles Co., Ltd
City Automobiles Co., Ltd. is Jaguar Land Rover's authorised distributor in Thailand, responsible for import and after-sales service for the highly regarded Jaguar and Land Rover brands. The company has made a large investment into the country, providing sophisticated maintenance equipment, tools and the technology necessary to ensure that genuine Jaguar and Land Rover service standards are met. Service centres are staffed by highly skilled mechanics, technicians and sales professionals trained by Jaguar and Land Rover. Its showroom and cutting edge service centre on Wireless Road, Lumphini has recently been refurbished, and a new showroom on Rama IV will be launched by the end of 2013. Both service centres provide comprehensive service and repair for all Jaguar and Land Rover customers in Thailand.

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