Win Paint & Fabric Protection at Imperial Cars Northampton!

Currently Imperial Car Supermarkets in Northampton have a fun competition to win a free valet and the latest in paint and fabric protection for your car.  All you need to do is guess how many balloons are inside our Mini Cooper S!
 
At Imperial Car Supermarkets we offer everyone the chance to protect their car with our amazing Williams Ceramic Coat Paint Protection System. This specialised treatment is specifically designed to provide a barrier against the British roads and weather, and is applied to your car’s paintwork, bumpers and alloy wheels.
 
Williams Ceramic Coat Paint Protection System prevents pollutants from damaging your car’s paintwork and delivers a highly durable and glossy showroom finish. It is guaranteed for the lifetime of your vehicle ownership, and the fabulous thing is that there is no need for polishing - simply wash your car and leave!
 
This state of the art ceramic coat protection system even sheilds the vehicle’s internal surfaces and fabrics from wear & tear and every day stains and spillages. The covering resists liquids and dirt particles, which allows them to be simply wiped away and is available for both fabric and leather interiors.
 
As well as offering quick, easy car washing inside and out, the Paint Protection System can protect your car from depreciation – When you buy a vehicle from Imperial Car Supermarkets and you take out the paint protection system, we will give you an extra £200 on the value of your car when you come to part exchange it back to us. Simply bring along your Paint Protection certificate to redeem this offer. You can find out more about Williams Ceramic Coat Paint Protection here.
 
Why not come in to Imperial Car Supermarkets in Northampton today, to check out the great range of top quality used cars we have for sale and have a go at guessing the number of balloons? You never know you could be our next winner! You can find all of the cars we have for sale in our Northampton branch on our website here, why not take a look?

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