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Chevrolet’s 30 Day Countdown – Only 23 Days Left

Check out the Aveo at NMC.

Chevrolet’s 30 Day Countdown

Only 30 days left to take advantage of special pricing on all Chevrolet’s in stock plus get your first year insurance premium through Nassau Underwriters paid as well. Some conditions apply.

Click on the image to read all about it and stop by for a demonstration and test drive.

Nassau Motor Company upgrades Facebook pages

Please check out our newly launched Facebook pages.

We have a new Welcome Page, plus pages for all our brands.

Your feedback would be appreciated almost as much as if you decide to “Like” us.


2011 Chevrolet Captiva Sport is beyond your expectations

This family-friendly SUV is affordable and spacious. Not to mention practical and great-looking.

Check out our radio ad below and come in for a test drive.
Chevy Capitva Sport 1X30

Get your ACDelco battery at Nassau Motor

NMC has been an authorised distributor for ACDelco automotive parts and accessories since 1976.

Our inventory includes plugs, batteries, filters, air conditioning parts, shocks, starters, alternators, cables, voltage regulators, thermostats and distributor caps that fit most makes of cars and light trucks in the Bahamas. Talk to one of our knowledgeable parts representatives today and if we don’t have what you need we can order it in for you.

ACDelco and NMC can help make your car or truck last longer.

BMDA: New Car Buying Guide

Nassau Motor Company is one of the founding member firms of The Bahamas Motor Dealers Association (BMDA) and they provide several helpful guides on their web site. The new car buying guide is just one of them.

Here’s their “eight easy steps”:

  1. Think about how you will use the car—for primary transport, for hauling stuff, on the job, etc.
  2. Think who will be in the car most of the time. How often will the car be used? What features are most important to you? What are you willing to forego?
  3. Set your price range and stick to it. Make sure you can meet the monthly payments. Get the car you need for the price you can afford. Don’t forget that owning a vehicle costs more than the monthly payments.
  4. Do your homework. Surf the internet for reviews. Test drive the latest models, find out about warranties, talk to sales consultants , and ask all the questions you want.
  5. When you’ve narrowed down your choice, negotiate a price, get a proposal and then move to the next step.
  6. Determine what level of financing you need to meet that price and then shop around the commercial banks to get the best terms and rate. Find a monthly payment you can afford.
  7. Talk to your insurance company about the cost of covering your new car for accidents and liabilities. It’s important to shop around for the best coverage and rates.
  8. Go back to the dealer and clinch the deal!

Another very important point is to make sure your budget includes the necessary maintenance for your vehicle as outlined in your owner’s manual. Unexpected repairs due to lack of maintenance can be more expensive than routine maintenance.

The sales consultants at Nassau Motor are ready, willing and able to assist.

Visit the BMDA web site here…