Yesterday, I stopped by the new Renault dealer in David. It is in the Chiriquí Center close to Verona Pizza.
I was especially impressed with the KOLEOS model. It and the DUSTER look like they will give other SUVs in the city competition. I liked the KOLEOS better than Lilliam’s Honda CRV. If I were in the SUV market, the Renault would be on my list to consider.
If you stop in to Renault of David, tell Janice that you heard about this dealership on Chiriquí Chatter.
As you may have noticed, the Terios post has been taken down and it will be picked up Monday when the title is transferred to the new owner.
I haven’t spent anytime looking at new cars since 2004, when I bought the Terios. I had a car picked out, prior to the Terios sale, but that deal fell through.
Thursday, Natalie and I went to almost all of the dealers in David to get an idea about what was available. I am going to give you some of my observations from that exercise.
First, I made three trips to Grupo Siliba, over the last week, because I thought the Kia Soul was the car I wanted to buy. The first two visits were ordinary, just looking and I did pick up a Kia Soul brochure. Continue reading Car Shopping Observations→
I really wasn’t certain if I would make it to the fair this year or not. I almost cooked last year and I told myself I would never go to the fair before 5pm the next time if I went.
While I was still wondering what I would do this year, I received an Invitation to attend an inaugural event for Petroautos. It was going to be at 7pm and have food catered by Cuatro. Sounded like a plan to me.
We arrived around 6:15 and entered the fair. Since the event wasn’t scheduled until 7PM, I had time to spend walking around and taking photos.
The other day, when I went to have my car worked on, I met Marvin Morgan. He has opened a used car dealership on the InterAmerican Highway. I get a lot of question of where to go to find used card. This is information and not a recommendation.
This is a dealer that does speak English and that is important to many that read this blog. If you stop in, tell Marvin that you read about him on Chiriquí Chatter.