Silver Star Auto Limited (SSAL), a market leader in the premium luxury car segment in the country has commissioned a new branch on the Graphic Road in Accra.
The move is part of activities to mark the one-year anniversary of its Suzuki dealership.
The company also used the occasion to launch two new Suzuki models; the Baleno and the Ignis.
The newly opened ultra-modern complex comprises a modern showroom, a well-stocked spare parts warehouse, and a state-of-the-art service Centre with modern facilities for handling all mechanical as well as electrical challenges, body and paint facility and a modern training centre.
Addressing guests at the event, Mr. Nouhad Kalmoni, Chief Executive Officer of SSAL, said the commissioning of the branch and the introduction of the two new Suzuki models is consistent with the company’s vision to continuously bring relevant and competitive vehicles to Ghanaians at convenient locations, hence the return to the “Graphic Road “ which is the main hub for the auto industry.
He invited all Suzuki car users and companies with a fleet to take advantage of the attractive SSAL’s aftersales service contract packages to enjoy savings on the vehicle maintenance costs and have peace of mind as well.
Introducing the new Suzuki models to the invited guests, the Sales Manager for Suzuki at SSAL, Mr. Kwaku Sintim Boamah was optimistic the new Suzuki models would meet the expectations of users.
The fuel-efficient 1.4-litre engine Baleno, he indicated, offers ample space and packed with user-friendly features such as Keyless Entry, Cruise control, Push to start/stop button, Infotainment system, and safety features such as Parking sensors, and ABS.
“Similarly, the 1.2-litre engine Ignis comes with ABS, Bluetooth, Push to start/stop button, Cruise Control, and an attractive infotainment system,” he said.
Guest of Honour, His Excellency Ali Hassan Halabi, Lebanese Ambassador to Ghana in his address applauded SSAL and the Kalmoni family for their essential role in boosting Ghana’s economy through job creation and building the auto industry
Mr. Halabi also observed the Kalmoni family living up to its corporate social responsibility in the education sector and to the disadvantaged in the community which ought to be emulated by Individuals and Corporate entities.