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  • AD: Sime Darby Auto Selection Service Centre is now open – one-stop aftersales for post-warranty vehicles

    Sime Darby Auto Selection has launched its first-ever service centre in Glenmarie, Selangor, offering customers a one-stop solution for all their aftersales needs, even if their vehicle has gone beyond its initial warranty period.

    With competitive pricing, the new centre caters to all car brands and models, and is capable of providing the same quality of service that vehicle owners previously enjoyed at their respective authorised service centres.

    Built with an investment of RM5.5 million, Sime Darby Auto Selection Service Centre houses a total of six service bays, each equipped with state-of-the-art equipment. There’s also a team of highly-trained and skilled technicians ready to serve, so you can be assured of quality workmanship.

    Customers will have access to a full suite of services, including engine oil replacement, tyre alignment and balancing, air-conditioning maintenance and car disinfection. The centre also offers repairs, vehicle inspection and car wash services.

    While your car is being taken care of, you’ll be able to enjoy the many facilities found at Sime Darby Auto Selection Service Centre like a customer lounge, free Wi-Fi connectivity and complimentary refreshments. Should you not be able to send your car in personally, the centre can also arrange to have it picked up from your location and deliver it back to you upon job completion.

    If you’re looking for a place to ensure your post-warranty vehicle is well taken care of, Sime Darby Auto Selection Service Centre is a good fit. As part of an exclusive opening promotion, enjoy a complimentary vehicle inspection and car wash when you send your car to the centre.

    That’s not all, because you’ll also be able to enjoy selected engine oil packages at attractive rates from now until March 31, 2021. For local and Japanese cars, it’s just RM188 for four litres of semi synthetic engine oil, or RM288 for 4.5 litres. Should you own a continental car, you’ll pay just RM388 for six litres of fully synthetic engine oil.

    For more information or to book an appointment, head on over to Sime Darby Auto Selection’s official website or call 03-5021 0888. Sime Darby Auto Selection Service Centre is located at Lot 33, Temasya Industrial Park, Glenmarie, Shah Alam, and is open from 9am to 5pm on weekdays, while the operating hours on Saturday are from 9am to 12.30pm – the centre is closed on Sundays.


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  • AD: Your drive to prosperity this CNY begins at Sime Darby Motors City – exclusive deals across 7 brands

    Chinese New Year is almost upon us, and there’s no better way to usher in the year of the ox than with the car of your dreams from Sime Darby Motors. From now until February 28, visit Sime Darby Motors City Ara Damansara and be spoiled with the best deals from the biggest brands.

    Enjoy interest rates from as low as 1.88% per annum when you purchase a BMW, and rest assured that if you plan to trade in your used car, you’ll get the highest value. That’s not all, as your BMW ownership experience will also be a hassle-free one with a five-year/unlimited-mileage warranty and free scheduled service. Complement your new BMW with stylish merchandise from the BMW Lifestyle collection, which is also being offered with discounts of up to 70%.

    As a bonus, simply make an appointment with your nearest Auto Bavaria showroom this weekend (February 6-7, 2021) and you’ll be entitled to a complimentary two-month Nanion Lightzap coating treatment package worth RM280**. Should you decide to make a booking this weekend, that reward is upgraded to a six-month package worth RM800, provided to you upon vehicle delivery.

    If a MINI is the missing spark in your life, you’ll be rewarded a complimentary gift upon vehicle delivery. Every MINI comes with a 4+1-year extended warranty for peace of mind ownership, with hybrid models also benefitting from an eight-year battery warranty for worry-free green motoring.

    For those who are more inclined to something Scandinavian, Volvo cars are the natural fit, and if you place a booking, you’ll receive a complimentary TWG tea set worth RM228. You’ll also enjoy a free five-year service maintenance package (VSA5+) to go along with a five-year/unlimited-mileage warranty (2021 MY Volvos only).

    Onto something British with Jaguar Land Rover, where the Jaguar F-Pace is being offered with a six months’ worth of free instalments, while the Land Rover Discovery Sport comes with complimentary accessories worth RM3,000 upon purchase. Every Jaguar or Land Rover vehicle booking also entitles you to a spin on the wheel of fortune, where you could win vouchers worth up RM800 that are redeemable upon vehicle delivery.

    The Blue Oval is also involved in Sime Darby Motors’ CNY promo, with a five-year/160,000-km warranty being standard with selected Ford models, and you’ll also get a high trade-in value for your used car if you decide to trade up.

    From Hyundai, the Korean marque is offering CNY angpows worth up to RM8,000 with selected models, and you’ll also get a special trade-in deal for your used car. There’s something for existing owners too, as the aftersales promotion includes a free 20-point vehicle check, high-voltage battery check for Ioniq models, free car wash upon any service or repair jobs, as well as a 10% discount on Bluechem Klima-Fresh AC refresher.

    With so many tempting deals on offer, Sime Darby Motors City Ara Damansara is where you’ll want to be to find your new dream car. In line with the current SOPs, be sure to call your preferred flagship store to schedule an appointment in advance. The contact details are as follows:

    *Terms and conditions apply to all promotional programmes mentioned above.
    **Limited to 400 customers nationwide.


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  • Ford Malaysia umum harga baharu bagi Ranger 2021

    Awal minggu ini, Sime Darby Auto ConneXion selaku pengedar rasmi kenderaan Ford di Malaysia telah mengumumkan tempoh jaminan baharu selama lima-tahun/160,000 km bagi barisan model Ranger di Malaysia. Jaminan baharu ini turut digunapakai untuk model Ranger 2021, dan ia merupakan jaminan yang dipertingkatkan dari sebelum ini iaitu tiga-tahun/100,000 km.

    Walau bagaimana pun, untuk pengetahuan anda, sebenarnya harga bagi barisan model Ford 2021 juga telah dirombak, mulai 1 Februari. Semakan menerusi laman web Ford Malaysia, harga baharu ini telah dipaparkan, dan ternyata ia mengalami peningkatan antara RM1.5k hingga RM2k, bergantung pada varian.

    Di mana sesetengah varian Ranger tersebut memang dinyatakan harga baharu dalam senarai itu. Tahun lalu, syarikat ini telah memperkenalkan versi model 2020 bagi Ranger Raptor, Wildtrak, XLT+ (atau XLT Plus) dan juga FX4.

    Seperti yang diumumkan pada April lalu, Raptor yang dipertingkatkan ditawarkan pada harga RM208,888, tetapi peningkatan harganya itu bersama beberapa ciri tambahan yang diberikan, termasuklah brek kecemasan sendiri (AEB) dengan pengesan pejalan kaki dan bantuan kekal lorong. Untuk model 2021, harga atas jalan bagi Raptor meningkat sebanyak RM2,000 menjadikannya RM210,888, tanpa insurans.

    Manakala bagi Wildtrak, model 2020 telah diperkenalkan pada Ogos lalu dan diumumkan harganya mencecah RM150,388. Walau bagaimana pun, pada tahun ini, harganya meningkat menjadi RM152,388, tanpa insurans. Sementara itu, bagi Ranger XLT+ 2020 yang diperkenalkan pada September lalu dengan harga RM129,888, kini menjadi RM131,888, iaitu meningkat sebanyak RM2,000.

    Dalam senarai tersebut tiada pula edisi FX4 – yang diperkenalkan pada Jun 2020 dengan harga RM126,888. Mungkin model yang diasaskan dari XLT automatik dengan pertambahan aksesori, telah pun habis dijual.

    Selain itu, harga bagi XLT auto/manual dan XL Double Cab serta Single Cab juga meningkat sebanyak RM1,500 berbanding sebelum ini.

    Harga bagi barisan Ford Ranger 2021 adalah seperti berikut, iaitu harga atas jalan, tanpa insurans:

    • Ranger 2.0L Raptor – RM210,888
    • Ranger 2.0L WildTrak 4×4 – RM152,388
    • Ranger 2.0L XLT+ – RM131,888
    • Ranger 2.2L XLT Automatic – RM118,388 (sebelum ini RM116,888)
    • Ranger 2.2L XLT Manual – RM111,388 (sebelum ini RM109,888)
    • Ranger 2.2L XL Double Cab Automatic – RM105,388 (sebelum ini RM103,888)
    • Ranger 2.2L XL Double Cab Manual – RM97,388 (sebelum ini RM95,888)
    • Ranger 2.2L XL Single Cab Manual – RM92,388 (sebelum ini RM90,888)

    Untuk pengetahuan anda, model Wildtrak dan XLT 2021 tidak dipadankan dengan gril yang dirombak semula (yang kelihatan pada model FX4) seperti yang diumumkan sebagai sebahagian daripada kemaskini trak di Thailand pada November lalu, tetapi kebarangkalian ia akan diberikan pada masa akan datang atau pun mungkin juga tidak.

  • 2021 Ford Ranger – new prices for Malaysian line-up

    Earlier this week, Sime Darby Auto ConneXion announced a new five-year/160,000-km warranty for the Ford Ranger line-up in Malaysia. This is applicable to all 2021 model year Rangers onwards, and is an improvement over the three-year/100,000-km warranty offered previously.

    What was not highlighted was that pricing for the 2021 model year Ranger lineup has been revised, effective February 1. A quick check of the Ford website has revealed price revisions for 2021 model year vehicles, with a RM1.5k to 2k increase to be found, depending on variant.

    Some Ranger variants have very recent prices to compare the changes with. Last year, the company introduced 2020 model year versions of the Ranger Raptor, Wildtrak, XLT+ (or XLT Plus) and the FX4.

    Announced in April, the updated Raptor was priced at RM208,888, but that price increase also saw the inclusion of additional equipment, including autonomous emergency braking (AEB) with pedestrian detection and lane keeping assist. For the 2021 model year, the price of the Raptor has gone up by RM2,000 to RM210,888, on-the-road without insurance.

    As for the Wildtrak, the 2020 update arrived here in August, and was announced at a price of RM150,388. This year, its price has been increased to RM152,388, again OTR without insurance. Meanwhile, the 2020 Ranger XLT+, which was introduced in September at RM129,888, now goes for RM131,888, also up by RM2,000.

    There is no listing of the FX4 edition – which went on sale in June as a 2020 MY offering (priced at RM126,888) – to be found on the website, so it looks like the variant, which is based on the XLT automatic and adds on dress-up bits and accessories, has completed its particular run.

    Elsewhere, the price of the XLT auto/manual and XL Double Cab and Single Cab versions are now RM1,500 more than they were previously, although it has to be noted that these prices have been around since late-2018, when the 2019 model year line-up was announced.

    The prices for the 2021 Ford Ranger model line-up are as follows (bracketed prices for the XLT and XL variants are from October 2018), all on-the-road, without insurance:

    • Ranger 2.0L Raptor – RM210,888
    • Ranger 2.0L WildTrak 4×4 – RM152,388
    • Ranger 2.0L XLT+ – RM131,888
    • Ranger 2.2L XLT Automatic – RM118,388 (prev, RM116,888)
    • Ranger 2.2L XLT Manual – RM111,388 (prev, RM109,888)
    • Ranger 2.2L XL Double Cab Automatic – RM105,388 (prev, RM103,888)
    • Ranger 2.2L XL Double Cab Manual – RM97,388 (prev, RM95,888)
    • Ranger 2.2L XL Single Cab Manual – RM92,388 (prev, RM90,888)

    A quick mention that based on the literature and images seen so far, the 2021 Wildtrak and XLT offerings don’t seem to be wearing the reworked grille (which follows that seen on the FX4) announced as part of last November’s update for the truck in Thailand, but this is likely to appear in due course, if it hasn’t already.

  • Tempoh jaminan Ford Ranger di M’sia kini lima-tahun — pelan lanjutan disediakan untuk pemilik sedia ada

    Pengedar Ford di Malaysia, Sime Darby Auto Connexion (SDAC) telah mengumumkan tempoh jaminan baru selama lima-tahun/160,000 km bagi barisan model Ranger di Malaysia. Ini sah untuk semua model Ranger tahun 2021 ke atas dan merupakan peningkatan daripada tempoh tiga-tahun/100,000 km yang ditawarkan sebelum ini.

    “Kami faham, bagi pemilik Ranger, kenderaan mereka bukan setakat pengangkutan. Ia adalah cerminan kepada gaya hidup; untuk bekerja dan juga urusan harian lainnya termasuk untuk kegunaan keluarga. Dengan tempoh jaminan lima-tahun yang baru ini, kami mensasarkan untuk menambah lagi nilai kepada pelanggan Ranger,” ujar Ketua Jualan SDAC, Turse Zuhair.

    Pemilik Ranger sedia ada yang diberikan tempoh jaminan tiga-tahun/100,000 km boleh mempertingkatkan perlindungan tersebut dan menambah dua-tahun/60,000 km lagi dengan cara membeli satu daripada dua pelan jaminan yang ditawarkan.

    Pilihan pertama yang lebih komprehensif ialah pelan PremiumCARE, yang menyediakan perlindungan ke atas 1,000 komponen pada harga RM5,000, termasuk manfaat kenderaan sewa sehingga 10-hari. Pelan berikutnya ialah PowertrainCARE pada harga RM3,500, tetapi hanya memberi perlindungan ke atas enjin, transmisi dan sistem pacuan sahaja.

    Semua ini merangkumi baik pulih yang dilakukan di pusat servis sah oleh juruteknik bertauliah dan menggunakan alat ganti asli Ford. Jika ada yang berhasrat untuk menjual kenderaan mereka dalam tempoh jaminan itu, pelan jaminan lanjutan boleh dipindah milik kepada pemilik seterusnya.

    Merujuk kepada laman web SDAC, kedua-dua pelan tersebut turut disediakan untuk SUV Everest, dengan pelan PremiumCARE pada kos RM5,800 dan pelan PowertrainCARE pada RM3,800.

  • Ford Ranger now comes with a five-year warranty in M’sia – extension plans available for existing owners

    Ford distributor Sime Darby Auto Connexion (SDAC) has announced a new five-year/160,000-km warranty for the Ranger line-up in Malaysia. This is applicable to all 2021 model year Rangers onwards and is an improvement over the three-year/100,000-km warranty offered previously.

    “We understand that for our Ranger customers, their vehicles are not just point-to-point modes of transportation. They are an extension of their lifestyle – for work and play besides daily commutes for families and loved ones. With the new 5-year manufacturer’s warranty for our Ranger line-up, we aim to provide added value to customers as they go about their life’s adventures,” said Turse Zuhair, head of sales at SDAC.

    PremiumCARE – click to enlarge

    Existing Ranger owners who are on the previous three-year/100,000-km warranty will be able to increase their coverage by a further two years/60,000 km by purchasing one of two extended warranty plans.

    The first and more comprehensive option is the PremiumCARE plan, which provides coverage on over 1,000 components for RM5,000, including rental vehicle benefits of up to 10 days. The other plan is PowertrainCARE that goes for RM3,500, but only covers the engine, transmission and drivetrain.

    PowertrainCARE – click to enlarge

    All covered repairs are performed at authorised service centres by certified technicians using genuine Ford parts. If you plan to sell your car within the coverage period, the extended warranty plan is transferable to the next owner.

    Referring to SDAC’s official website, both plans are also available for the Ranger-based Everest SUV, with the PremiumCARE plan costing RM5,800, while the PowertrainCARE plan is RM3,800.

  • Hyundai CKD production set to increase despite new Indonesian plant – locally-assembled SUVs in 2022

    You’d think that a new plant in Indonesia would severely affect the production of locally-assembled cars here, wouldn’t you? But Hyundai is set to do things differently, despite also planning to move its regional headquarters from Mutiara Damansara to Jakarta by the end of 2021.

    According to a report by The Edge Markets, Sime Darby Motors expects the volume of Hyundai models being assembled at its Inokom plant in Kulim, Kedah to actually increase as part of the move. This is due to the tax savings brought on by sourcing the CKD kits from Indonesia instead of South Korea. The company owns Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors (HSDM), Hyundai’s official distributor and importer in Malaysia.

    A Sime Darby Motors spokesperson outlined HSDM’s plans for the next two years, which include imported CBU models this year and CKD SUVs the next. “HSDM has plans to introduce several fully imported models to the Malaysian market in 2021, followed by locally-assembled SUV models in 2022. These award-winning models are highly anticipated models with great success in sales volume during their recent global launches.

    “Meanwhile, our Hyundai assembly operation aims to continue assembling Hyundai models for the domestic market. In fact, with Hyundai’s new plant in Indonesia expected to produce right-hand drive assembly kits, which brings added value through tax savings for sales of vehicles, we look forward to increasing our assembly volume for Hyundai vehicles at Inokom,” the spokesperson said.

    Hyundai’s completely knocked-down kits are currently from Korea and are subject to tariffs of between five percent and 80%. Indonesia-sourced kits won’t be saddled with those taxes thanks to the ASEAN Free Trade Agreement (AFTA).

    The spokesperson said that HSDM will be introducing “more interesting” products to Malaysia starting this year, building on the launch of the Kona SUV and the Elantra and Sonata sedans in 2020. It will also be planning the local assembly of new models in Kulim, which currently produces the Santa Fe. The company sold 1,400 vehicles in 2020, down 37.9% compared to the 2,256 units that left dealer lots in 2019.

    Hyundai’s new plant in Bekasi, Jakarta is the company’s first to be built in Southeast Asia, costing the carmaker US$1.55 billion (RM6.2 billion). Announced in November 2019, it will begin production in the second half of the year, with an initial capacity of 150,000 units; around half of those will be exported to other markets. The factory will eventually be expanded to produce 250,000 vehicles a year.

    This development will be a shot in the arm for Hyundai Motor Group’s fortunes in the region. In 2019, it sold 184,595 Hyundai and Kia vehicles in Southeast Asia, far below the combined total of 2.63 million units racked up by Japanese brands.

  • Porsche Taycan varian permulaan 2WD akan tiba di Malaysia suku kedua tahun ini, harga dari RM585k

    Awal minggu lalu, Porsche telah mula mengeluarkan Taycan varian permulaan untuk pasaran Amerika Syarikat dan juga Eropah. Versi pacuan roda belakang (RWD) ini menyertai varian lain Taycan AWD seperti Taycan 4S, Taycan Turbo dan Taycan Turbo S.

    Satu berita baik, Sime Darby Auto Performance telah mengumumkan bahawa Taycan varian permulaan ini juga akan tiba di Malaysia pada suku kedua tahun ini, dengan harga RM584,561 mengikut pengecualian cukai yang diberi sehingga 30 Jun. Taycan 4S dijual pada harga RM725,000, diikuti Taycan Turbo RM999,000 dan Taycan Turbo S RM1.195 juta.

    Taycan varian permulaan ini menggunakan bateri berkapasiti 79.2 kWh secara standard dan pemilik boleh menaik taraf kepada bateri 93.4 kWh, sekaligus menambahkan lagi jarak geraknya menjadi 484 km, dari 431 km. Pecutan dan laju bagi mana-mana pilihan bateri masih lagi sama iaitu 0-100 km/j dalam masa 5.4 saat dan maksimum 230 km/j.

    Bateri standard ini boleh dicas dengan kapasiti sehingga 225 kW sementara bagi Performance Battery Plus pula, ia boleh menerima sehingga 270 kW. Ini bermakna, kedua-dua bateri boleh dicas dari tahap 5% ke 80% dalam 22.5 minit. Porsche memberitahu, dengan mengecas selama lima minit sahaja, pemandu sudah boleh pergi sehingga 100 km.

    Model ini juga menggunakan transmisi dua kelajuan dan inverter pada gandar belakang boleh beroperasi sehingga 600 amp. Menurut Porsche, kecekapan aerodinamik Taycan yang mencatat 0.22 Cd memberikan sumbangan yang besar kepada penjimatan kuasa serta jarak geraknya sementara tenaga yang boleh dihasilkan semula pula boleh mencecah 265 kW.

    Ciri unik pada Taycan RWD ini adalah rim Taycan Aero 19 inci serta angkup brek yang diwarnakan hitam. Bahagian lain seperti kemasan bawah bampar, side sill dan diffuser belakang adalah sama sahaja seperti Taycan 4S. Lampu jenis LED datang secara standard.

    Sebagai varian paling baru bagi model elektrik ini, Taycan RWD menerima segala pembaharuan yang diperkenalkan pada model terkini Taycan. Secara standard, ia datang dengan kemasan gabungan kulit di bahagian dalam serta tempat duduk yang boleh dilaras lapan arah secara elektrik. Dua ruang simpanan disediakan, iaitu 84 liter di hadapan dan 407 liter di belakang.

    Barangan lain adalah seperti skrin infotainmen 10.9 inci dan pilihan skrin tambahan di bahagian penumpang hadapan. Sama seperti varian lain, anda boleh mendapatkan head-up display berwarna dan pengecas on-board yang mempunyai kapasiti sehingga 22 kW sebagai tambahan.

    Suspensi standard Taycan boleh dinaik taraf kepada jenis udara, tetapi kedua-duanya masih lagi dilengkapi dengan sistem kawalan elektronik Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM). Bagi suspensi udara, ia turut mempunyai fungsi Smartlift yang boleh diprogramkan dan melaras sendiri mengikut tempat, memberikan lebih kecekapan serta keselesaan.

  • Porsche Taycan – entry-level RWD variant reaching Malaysia in Q2, EV from RM585k with SST exemption

    Earlier this week, we read about Porsche rolling out an entry-level Taycan variant in the US and Europe; the rear-wheel drive version joining existing AWD variants Taycan 4S, Taycan Turbo and the range-topping Taycan Turbo S. Now, Sime Darby Auto Performance has announced the price and availability of the base Taycan in Malaysia.

    Launched here in September 2020, Porsche’s first EV starts from RM725,000 for the Taycan 4S, followed by RM999,000 for the Taycan Turbo and RM1.195 million for the top Taycan Turbo S. With this new base RWD version, the Taycan can now be yours from RM605,000. Landing here in the second quarter, the Taycan can be had for RM584,561 with the current sales tax exemption that expires on June 30.

    A single-deck Performance Battery with a gross capacity of 79.2 kWh is fitted as standard. The two-deck 93.4 kWh Performance Battery Plus is available as an option. WLTP range is 431 and 484 km respectively.

    Whichever battery is specified, the base Taycan accelerates from 0-100 km/h in 5.4 seconds, and top speed is 230 km/h. Maximum charging capacity is up to 225 kW (standard battery) or up to 270 kW with the Performance Battery Plus. This means that both batteries can be charged from 5% to 80% SoC in 22.5 minutes. Porsche says that power for a further 100 km is achieved after only five minutes.

    The permanently excited synchronous motor on the rear axle has an active length of 130 mm, which is the same length as that on the Taycan 4S. The pulse-controlled inverter on the rear axle operates at up to 600 amps. The powertrain also includes a two-speed transmission. Porsche says that with a Cd value from just 0.22, the Taycan’s aerodynamics make a significant contribution to its low energy consumption and range. Maximum recuperation power is 265 kW.

    Distinguishing features of the RWD Taycan include aerodynamically optimised 19-inch Taycan Aero wheels and black anodised brake calipers. The front apron, side sills and rear diffuser in black are the same as those on the Taycan 4S. LED headlights are standard.

    As the youngest member of the electric family, the Taycan includes all the new features introduced in the other versions at the model year changeover. As standard, it comes with a partial leather interior and front comfort seats with eight-way electrical adjustment. The EV features two luggage compartments: 84 litres at the front, and up to 407 litres at the back.

    Other elements include a central 10.9-inch infotainment display and an optional display for the front passenger. As with the other variants, one can tick a colour head-up display and an on-board charger with a charging capacity of up to 22 kW from the options list.

    On to chassis equipment. Both the standard steel-spring suspension of the Taycan and the optional three-chamber adaptive air suspension are supplemented by the PASM (Porsche Active Suspension Management) electronic damper control system.

    The air suspension is also equipped with a Smartlift function, which allows the Taycan to be programmed so that it raises its ride height automatically at certain recurring locations. Smartlift can also actively alter the car’s ride height on highway journeys for the best compromise between efficiency and driving comfort.

    The standard brakes are six-piston aluminium monobloc fixed-caliper brakes at the front and four-piston units at the rear. The internally vented discs are 360 mm sized at the front and 358 mm at the rear. The Porsche Surface Coated Brake (PSCB) is an option. Its discs have a diameter of 410 mm and 365 mm, front and rear.

    For more on the Taycan 4S, Turbo and Turbo S, as well as the differences between each variant, check out our launch report. Below RM600k for this, what do you think?

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  • AD: Post your mobile i-Service experience with Auto Bavaria to redeem a complimentary BMW umbrella

    Auto Bavaria always strives to provide greater convenience to its customers, now more than ever during Movement Control Order (MCO) 2.0. As such, the company is making it possible to have your car serviced from the comfort of your own home or workplace through its i-Service. Available for BMW and MINI vehicles, the mobile service aims to bring the convenience right to your doorstep.

    An Auto Bavaria i-Service vehicle can be directed to a location closest to you – be it at home or at the workplace – within a 40 km radius** from Auto Bavaria dealerships to perform scheduled maintenance services including oil change and tyre balancing. The service can also handle brake pad, battery and tyre changes, saving you a trip to the service centre.

    Every i-service vehicle is equipped with the latest tools and equipment, manned by experienced and qualified technicians using only BMW genuine parts to ensure that you get the best-in-class service at a greater convenience.

    All you have to do is to download the Auto Bavaria mobile app (available on both Google Play and Apple App stores), register your vehicle within the app and schedule your service appointment in advance. The app enables customers to book their service appointments, check their vehicle service history, view the service progress, and make payments – all in one application. It also has a special ‘track & chat’ feature to track the location of the i-Service vehicle and chat with technicians to monitor the progress of their vehicle being serviced.

    There’s also a bonus in store. Simply book your i-Service appointment from January 18 onwards, post your i-Service experience on your Facebook or Instagram account, tag these posts with @autobavariamy and #autobavariaiservice and you’ll take home a complimentary limited edition BMW umbrella***!

    Download the Auto Bavaria mobile app today and enjoy the benefits of having your cars serviced at a location convenient to you*. Find out more about the i-mobile service by visiting the Auto Bavaria official Facebook page.

    *Terms and conditions apply.
    **Auto Bavaria i-Service is only available in Klang Valley and Penang.
    ***Promotion is only valid for i-Service appointment booked from January 18, 2021 onwards.
    ***Limited to the first 300 customers.


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