There’s a brand new Honda 3S centre in Bintulu, the primary for the model within the Sarawak metropolis. Operated by Kemena Auto, it’s positioned at Lot 14728, Jalan Tun Hussein Onn.
Kemena Auto has invested RM11 million within the new outlet, which sits on a 43,560 sq.ft plot of land. It’s outfitted with 10 bays – comprising six service bays, three basic restore bays and one tyre service bay – that may accommodate as much as 40 vehicles per day. The power has buyer lounges, complimentary WiFi, a child’s nook, surau and free stream of meals and drinks. Clients also can carry out street tax and insurance coverage renewal on the 3S centre.
“East Malaysia is a area with rising potential and nice alternative, which has made it an vital marketplace for Honda Malaysia. The East Malaysia growth began 4 years in the past and presently we’ve 13 dealerships with seven of them positioned in Sarawak. As the one dealership in Bintulu, we strongly imagine that Kemena Auto will present excellent gross sales and after-sales providers to our clients on this space,” mentioned Honda Malaysia MD and CEO Toichi Ishiyama.
On Honda Malaysia’s gross sales efficiency, Ishiyama revealed that 2019 gross sales as much as Might was greater than 38,800 models. This additionally implies that practically midway into the yr, Honda maintains its place as the highest promoting non-national model, and second general behind Perodua. The most important contributor was the Metropolis at 33%, adopted by the HR-V at 21% and the CR-V at 14%. Honda’s East Malaysia gross sales contributed 6% to the year-to-date tally. Of this, over 1,300 models had been offered in Sarawak, making up 60% of complete EM gross sales.
Service consumption has additionally risen in tandem with gross sales progress. For the primary 5 months of 2019, 567,200 models got here by sellers’ doorways, a 12% improve year-on-year.
To make an appointment with Kemena Auto, name 086-342899 (gross sales) or 086-342599 (service).
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