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JN fulfils promise to its members in style

Published:Sunday | February 12, 2017 | 12:00 AM
The Jaguar, carrying Shereen Jones, assistant general manager, The Jamaica National Group as it unveiled its first sports utility brand, the F-Pace. The red-hot automobile, with a value above $14 million, boasts “performance, handling, and refinement, practicability capability, and efficiency.” It’s also fuel efficient with a ratio of 4.91 litres for every 100 kilometres, according to www.jaguar.com, supported by its light bodyweight, low-friction technologies and streamlined aerodynamics. Those capabilities can be further enhanced by its all-surface progress control, and a low-speed cruise control that assists it to deal with low traction.
The white Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe 250, transporting JN Bank Senior Manager Sharon Smith.Valued at $13 million, this luxury automobile, supplied by Stewart’s, is part SUV, part sports car, combining the agility of the coupe with the capability of the SUV. Equipped with a 211 horsepower engine, the GLC Coupe is “agile, sleek, and confident”, according to www.mbusa.com, and has self-parking capabilities supported by cameras and radar as well as other technologies to provide a smooth, comfortable ride.
Leading the fleet from the JN Bank Chief Office in Half-Way-Tree was the deluxe, black Range Rover 2016, the preference of JN Bank’s Managing Director, Maureen Hayden-Cater, who led the fanfare of senior managers and executives from JN Bank and The Jamaica National Group; JN Bank hostesses; and the Tivoli Marching Band.Valued at $19.9 million, the Range Rover Sport, also carried by Stewart’s, is equipped with a 340 horsepower three-litre turbo gas engine. The vehicle is designed for effortless handling on all terrains and has a top-end speed of 162 miles per hour.
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JN Bank recently pulled out all the stops to deliver its service covenant to members and Jamaicans on Friday, February 3, rolling from Kingston, across the picturesque north coast landscape to Montego Bay in a fleet of luxury motor vehicles supplied by top-line automotive companies Stewart's Automotive Group and ATL Automotive.