Carlist.my and Sime Darby Motors Launch Virtual Event

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Carlist.my and Sime Darby Motors Launch Virtual Event

 

On now until December 6 is a Virtual Event like no other. Organised by Carlist.my, the Sime Darby Motors Virtual Grand Finale promises an exceptional experience for Malaysian car buyers to explore the range of premium car brands under one of the largest automotive retail, distribution and assembly businesses in Malaysia.


From the comfort of your home, you can browse through options from BMW, Mini, Volvo, Ford, Hyundai,  Land Rover, and Jaguar. Also represented are selected Sime Darby Auto Selection vehicles at great prices and for the motorcycling enthusiast, BMW Motorrad features two of their models.

Registering and logging into the Virtual Event people can chat with Sime Darby Motors Sales people (in real-time), browse through the makes and models, view pictures and videos, download brochures that contain more information and most importantly make a booking.

Sime Darby Carlist.my Virtual Event

As with any other event conducted by Carlist.my there are ongoing promotions and exclusive deals.

Customers can enjoy benefits such as year-end rebates, attractive financing packages, high trade-in value, Sales Tax exemption, and even the chance to win a BMW G310R (conditions apply). Additionally, Carlist.my will be conducting a daily Treasure Hunt where 2 lucky attendees can win an RM50 Lazada Voucher.

Carlist.my Managing Director, KY Gan said “In view of the current restrictions across Malaysia we can let our customers view, interact and even book a car (or motorbike) without leaving their homes. The quality of brands and models on offer from Sime Darby Motors along with attractive offers make it a one-stop place to visit, virtually via Carlist.my.”

Details:

2 – 6 December 2020

Visit www.carlist.my/virtual/simedarbymotors/2020 to begin your discovery of this Virtual Event.



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Ferdi doesn't care how much horsepower a car has, instead how you handle that horsepower. He hopes to someday restore an American muscle car with his son.


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