Present today to receive their rewards are (front row, from left) Muhammed Faisal, Ahmad Sirwan, Iman (representing Megawati) and Mohd Aisamuddin. Ahmad Sirwan was the 1 millionth buyer of a Honda car.
KUALA LUMPUR: Honda Malaysia's “1 Million Dreams Campaign” concluded with the giveaway of the last three special edition cars to winners today.
Megawati Affendi won the all-new City presented by brand partner Cuckoo, while Muhammed Faisal Adnan got the HR-V by Shopee and Mohd Aisamuddin Mohd Azilah took home the BR-V by Watsons.
Honda Malaysia’s new managing director and chief executive officer Madoka Chujo, who took office on April 1, said, “Thanks to the excellent leadership of my predecessors, the strong commitment of our Honda associates and dealers as well as the support from the Malaysian Government have led Honda Malaysia to achieve many remarkable milestones."
Last month, Honda Malaysia reached the one millionth sale unit milestone where it presented four of the seven special edition models to the lucky winners at the 1 Million Dreams Grand Finale.
The seven Special Edition Honda models get unique features such as Dual Tone Exterior, Front Fascia with Red Highlights, Sporty Red Line Side Mirrors, Black alloy wheels with red highlights and 1 Million Dreams Signature Emblems.
They also come with the 1 Million Dreams embossed leather front headrests, leather steering wheel with red stitching and center mark, and the 1 Million Special Edition leather key pouch.
Adding to the excitement was an announcement of the 1 millionth Honda unit - a Civic -, belonging to Ahmad Sirwan Mat Tuselim.
Honda Malaysia together with Cuckoo, Shopee and Watsons presented Ahmad Sirwan with a token of appreciation worth more than RM8,000, for being the one millionth Honda owner in the country.
Also present at the event were Honda Malaysia president and chief operating officer Sarly Adle Sarkum, Shopee Malaysia head of Shopee Mall Kenneth Soh, Watsons Malaysia managing director Caryn Loh and Cuckoo International head of marketing department Nick Chin.