Firms build refurbishment centre for Nigerian-used cars
Cars45, Turing Simcubator Limited, and Carsbazr have said that the newly established refurbishment centre in Lagos will facilitate an improved service for car buyers, sellers, technical experts and motor specialists in the country.
Cars45, a car buying service, recently entered into partnership with Turing Simcubator and Carsbazr to launch a refurbishment centre and retail point in Lagos.
Simcubator is multi-brand automobile workshop and is expected to fix Nigerian-used cars that have been sold to Cars45 into world-class standard, while Carsbazr is reputed to be one Nigeria’s largest locally used-car sales platforms.
The companies said that they were committed to offering their various customers a transparent platform to sell cars with ease, stating that the partnership was expected to constantly ensure the availability of road-ready refurbished cars to customers so they could simply “buy and drive.”
The Head of Marketing, Cars45, Mohammed Iyamu, said, “Nigerians largely express their fears when it comes to buying Nigerian used cars. This fear is based on the mechanical problems caused by bad roads, harsh climatic conditions or user negligence.
“This partnership with Turing Simcubator Limited is to provide a lasting solution to this problem wherein locally used-cars that are sold to Cars45 are refurbished by Turing Simcubator Limited and resold by Carsbazr in top-notch conditions offering customers the ‘buy and drive’ experience where they won’t have to do further car repairs.”
The Turing Simcubator’s Service Manager, Vivek Arora, said, “What can be achieved with this partnership cannot be exhaustively imagined.
He added, “The stress of buying and shipping a car from overseas is one Nigerians will not have to go through since this partnership is offering the exact quality in the refurbished cars.”