PETALING JAYA: Honda Malaysia has closed its business temporarily from June 1 to 14 to support the latest lockdown imposed by the Government to curb the spread of Covid-19.
Honda Malaysia operations affected by this move are the Honda Malaysia plant in Pegoh (Melaka), sales office and dealer showrooms nationwide.
Honda Malaysia will resume business operations tentatively on June 15.
"Honda Malaysia will continue to serve customers through our after-sales services which are available at all dealerships nationwide.
"Honda Malaysia encourages our customers to download the HondaTouch application for faster and simpler after-sales services appointment process before coming to the dealerships and to avoid long waiting time," the Japanese car maker said.
The company also said walk-ins were not allowed and it is compulsory for customers to make appointments with their nearest dealers (within 10km radius from their homes) to ensure acceptance of their car for service.
The after-sales services available are preventive maintenance, Body and Paint (BP) and towing assistance.
All Honda dealerships will continue to strictly adhere to the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for the safety of Honda customers and associates as well as to provide customers peace of mind when visiting the dealerships.
Honda Malaysia said Malaysians could overcome the pandemic for brighter days ahead by being “Together As One.”
Honda Malaysia suspends ops as latest lockdown takes effect
By CARSIFU | 1 June 2021