Daihatsu Malaysia introduces business fleet programme

By CARSIFU | 20 June 2019

SERI KEMBANGAN: Daihatsu (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd (DMSB) today launched the Daihatsu Business Fleet Programme, to provide better aftersales service for small and medium businesses as well as customers with larger fleets.

The programme was launched at the Malaysia Commercial Vehicle Expo 2019.

The benefits of the programme are:

> Range of Vehicle Solutions – From panel vans to pick-ups with 17 body applications and other medium to heavy segment models.
> Sales & Service incentives - Special rebates with new purchase of Daihatsu fleets and special discounts on parts purchases.
> Daihatsu’s Mobile Service – Dedicated on-site vehicle service exclusively for Daihatsu fleet customers without additional charges.
> Extended Vehicle Warranty Service - 5 Years/150,000Km* standard manufacturer warranty for better protection and peace of mind.
> Maintenance Service Contract - Personalized service maintenance plan with additional value-added services.
> Service Credit Term Facilities - Up to RM10,000 with 30 days credit term for vehicle maintenance.
> Drivers Safety Training Programme - To improve personal driving skills, road safety culture, vehicle upkeep and ensure longer uptime.
> Accident Repair & Insurance Claim Service - One stop automotive repair centre and insurance claims to ensure total customer satisfaction and confidence.

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DMSB also showcased the Gran Max Panel Van (AT) at the MCVE 2019. This first in its class vehicle is designed to specifically cater to the requirements of delivery-based businesses, SMEs, fleet businesses and government agencies, while promising strong performance and economical fuel consumption.

The lightweight and compact vehicle is equipped with rear-wheel drive (RWD) function, can accommodate up to 2,000 kg of gross weight (with load) and runs on Electric Fuel Injection powered by a 1.5-litre engine. The vehicle comes with important features such as anti-lock braking system (ABS), dual front SRS airbags as well as power steering features to support local driving habits and ensure easy handling.

DMSB also promoted the Gran Max for use as a plant transporter and a mobile clinic.

It partnered together with Free Tree Society to create the "Rewilding Roadshow", a community project sponsored by DMSB to encourage urban conservation and the greening of urban spaces.

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Showcased at the expo is the Gran Max Green Van, a Gran Max panel van custom built for plant transport and comes complete with body wrap and additional body kit accessories such as daytime running lights, bull bar, body side molding, side mirror cover, sun visor, scuff plate and sets of 15-inch sport rims.

DMSB also showed off a Gran Max modified into a mobile clinic. The mobile clinic, a project in support of Columbia Asia Hospital, offers complimentary health screening throughout the three days of the expo, including a blood donation drive by the National Blood Centre on the second day of the expo.