Wednesday, 8 July 2020

Expomovil 2013 Starts Today

Expomovil 2013 kicks off today and to run until March 3, at the Campo Ferial Pedegral in Belén. For two weeks, visitors to the show can kick a few tires, chat up salesmen and driver away with a new car.

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To help car buyers, banks will again be part of the Expomovil, with financing plans to fit most budgets and with a quick turn around, with loan decisions in 24 hours or less, with loan terms of up to 84 months.

A total of 35 car dealers will be showing off their best and latest, like Purdy motors promise to “thrill” visitors with the new Lexus.

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Cost to get in ¢2.000 colones.

The Pedgral is on the Belén – Cariari (westbound) road to your right and down the hill. There is lots of parking.

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