Nasim Sdn Bhd, official distributor of Peugeot vehicles in Malaysia, has just opened its newest outlet, the 4S centre Peugeot Kajang.
It is owned and operated by MN Otomobil Sdn Bhd and marks the fourth new outlet launched by Nasim this year as well as the eighteenth Peugeot outlet in the Klang Valley, with a total of 43 currently spread throughout the country.
It will serve the the areas surrounding Petaling Jaya – namely Kajang, Bandar Baru Bangi, Baru 9 Cheras, Beranang, Hulu Langat, Semenyih, Seri Kembangan, UKM Bangi, Putrajaya and Cyberjaya.
The RM2.5 million Peugeot Kajang facility measures 12,000 square feet and features facilities for body and paint work, a 13-bay service centre and the capacity to accommodate 30 units per day. It also has a customer lounge and free Wi-Fi
“From the regional sales analysis, it was reported that there is a good market acceptance for Peugeot vehicles in Klang Valley. Sales in the state accounted for 47% of Peugeot’s national sales in 2014. The number of Peugeot cars registered in Kajang and its nearby vicinity recorded a total of 2,192 vehicles and the numbers will continue to grow,” said Dato’ Samson Anand George, Chief Operating Officer of Nasim Sdn Bhd.
“The setting up of more Peugeot centres will ensure sustainable sales growth with the support of innovative services and availability of parts at competitive pricing. Our network expansion will integrate sales, service and spare parts centre under one roof, making it extremely convenient for Peugeot owners,” he said.
This new outlet adds to Nasim’s expansion, following the recent launch of a 3S centre in Taiping, a showroom in Petaling Jaya, and a 2S service centre in Klang. Another outlet in East Malaysia is due open shortly after this too, aiding the company in achieving their 2015 sales target of 4,200 units.
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