Hari Raya goodies from Volvo Malaysia

By CARSIFU | 3 May 2021

KUALA LUMPUR: Volvo Car Malaysia will be running a series of campaigns to bring the Hari Raya festivity to both current and new Volvo car customers, and incentivise good maintenance habits.

With the sales tax exemption still in effect until June 30, Volvo Car Malaysia is offering an interest rate from as low as 1.88% with a reducing balance financing scheme for all new models purchased within the campaign period.

New owners will also receive a complimentary 5-year maintenance service package (VSA 5+) worth RM9,200 for a worry-free ownership.

In addition, Volvo car owners who take their car for servicing from April 19 to May 31, will be eligible for free vehicle health checks, complimentary car washes, up to 30% discounts on selected parts and up to 20% discount on various Volvo Car accessories, including Polestar Software optimisation package.

Volvo Car Malaysia will also be running a gift with purchase (GWP) in collaboration with Thule, where a free Thule Subterra Power shuttle organiser will be given with every purchase of two Thule Crossover 2 luggage bags.

All Volvo car owners who take their cars for service between April 26 and May 23 will get the opportunity to join in the #MYVolvoRaya contest and stand a chance to win exclusive merchandise from Bowers and Wilkins, including weekly prizes of Bowers and Wilkins Formation Flex, or the grand prize of a Bowers and Wilkins Formation Soundbar.

To participate, owners will also need to share their unique Volvo experience through an online form which will be provided at the end of the session.

From there, selections will be made based on the most creative owner story about their Volvo car.

Volvo Car Malaysia marketing and public relations director Akhtar Sulaiman said said the company understood the need to put people first and wanted to celebrate on this special occasion of Hari Raya with its customers and the larger community.

“However, we are wary of the current Covid-19 situation and conscious of the need for preventive steps to be taken," he said.