As the country continues to transition towards the recovery phase of the pandemic, Isuzu Malaysia has announced that the company will give precedence to fulfilling customer orders, particularly those that were placed before the Movement Control Order (MCO) came into effect in March.
Some 300 orders for various Isuzu D-Max models were received prior to the lock-down and the priority will be to ensure these customers receive their vehicles quickly following the resumption of operations.
Efforts are underway to ensure vehicles are speedily processed from the plant in Pekan, Pahang to be dispatched to dealerships around the country where a new delivery processes has been put in place to ensure customers and staff are well-protected in line with the government’s call to effectively curb the spread of the Covid-19 virus.
Key among the comprehensive protocols include a temperature record of every staff member prior to the start of each work day, compulsory use of surgical masks, disinfecting of all touch points in the outlets three times daily while demonstration vehicles and customer vehicles are disinfected after each human contact.
All visitors to Isuzu outlets are also required to have their temperatures taken using an infra-red thermometer while hand sanitizing liquid and if required, a face mask will be made available at all facilities. Customers collecting their new vehicles will be informed of the delivery dates by their sales advisor and provided an appointed time of the hand-over in order to avoid crowding or prolonged exposure in the outlet.
Isuzu vehicle owners whose vehicle warranties were to have expired during the MCO period will automatically enjoy a further 30 day extension from May 13, 2020 while those whose vehicles were also overdue for scheduled maintenance during this period can rest assured that their warranty will not be affected by the delay.
Customers intending to bring their vehicles in for service are advised to make prior appointments with their respective Isuzu Authorised Service Centres as each outlet is operating according to CMCO regulations in their respective states and are encouraging systematic social distancing by limiting the daily intakes based on the capacity of the individual service facility and maintaining the minimum 1m distances.
To arrange for a viewing or test drive of Isuzu vehicles, prospective customers may make an appointment via Isuzu Malaysia’s Facebook page.
TC Subaru Sdn Bhd, the exclusive distributor of Subaru vehicles in Malaysia, is proud to introduce its new Online Booking campaign. This comes off the back of the government’s extended Movement Control Order, which does not permit non-essential businesses to operate until further notice.
With the new Online Booking campaign, Subaru customers and new car buyers in Malaysia looking to purchase a brand-new XV or Forester can do so from the comfort of their home, at any time of the day.
All they need to do is to fill out the Online Booking form for the XV or the Forester to secure their booking fee payment of just RM188.
Upon successful submission, a unique booking code will be sent via email. A Subaru Sales Advisor will then be in touch within five working days to finalise the booking and to follow up with the next course of action (e.g test drive, viewing of car and loan application) once the Movement Control Order is lifted.
The Subaru XV is available in three variants; XV 2.0i, XV 2.0i-P and XV GT Edition 2.0i-P. It is priced from RM117,788. The Subaru Forester is priced from RM149,788 and comes in three variants; Forester 2.0i-L, Forester 2.0i-S, and Forester 2.0i-S Eyesight.
The Online Booking campaign runs from now until the Movement Control Order is lifted.
PLUS Malaysia Bhd (PLUS) has been informed by the Traffic
Police, that all commercial vehicles (i.e lorries and trucks), transporting
essential necessities such as food, perishables, medical goods as well as
petroleum fuel will have quicker clearance at the roadblocks via a dedicated
The move by the Police during the Movement Control Period
(MCO) period is to facilitate and speed up movement of essential items as well
as enable Ministry of Health officers, doctors, nurses and enforcement agencies
to speedily reach their target destinations throughout the Covid-19 period.
The Police inspection and diversions for routes heading
towards the highway are within the Police’s authority and jurisdiction. The
public can contact the PDRM Hotline at 03-2266 3356 for latest updates on road
diversions and inspection throughout this period.
Critical services such as the PLUSRonda and the toll-free
PLUSLine 1800 88 0000 are still available 24-hours a day in the event of
PLUS also takes this opportunity to urge the public to
adhere to the MCO and to remain at home in order to help flatten the spread of
Covid-19 and more crucially to protect one’s health and family’s wellbeing.