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Where to buy quality vehicles

Where to buy quality vehicles

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Cars on sale at Hak Srun1 Premium Cars, in Phnom Penh. Photograph: Phnom Penh Post

We have to travel – it’s a fact. Cars are one of the safest, most popular and comfortable means of transportation.

Are you looking for a modern car that suits your lifestyle? This week, LIFT is pleased to introduce you to the place where you might find one.

Hak Srun1 Premium Cars, on Monivong, corner of Mao Tse Tong Blvd, sells both new and second-hand cars by Rolls-Royce, Range Rover, Lexus, Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi, Infitiniti and other famous brands.

According to Oeung Muoyheang, the accountant at Hak Srun1 Premium Cars, all cars are imported from all over the world depending on customer orders.

“We never get any complaints from customers," he said. ''They are satisfied with the high quality of the cars that they buy from our garage. Since the opening, the number of clients has been gradually increasing.”

Hak Srun1 Prium Cars ​​is open from 8am to 6pm.

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