Mitsubishi owners who are affected by the flood in the east coast can at least breathe a sigh of relief, because Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM) has just announced their Flood Relief Program that offers a 50 percent discount on spare parts damaged by the flood.

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However, only vehicles purchased through authorised Mitsubishi dealers can qualify for program, which ends on 31 January 2015. MMM will also help clean up some of the flood-hit areas such as Kuala Krai, Tanah Merah and Temerloh from today till 10 January, supported by the Triton Tuners Club – the official club for Triton owners in Malaysia.

The company has also pledged to give RM50 for every car sold last year, which at present amounts to RM81,000. That’s a total of 1,620 Mitsubishi vehicles sold last year, and the fund raised will be used to replenish essential items such as school supplies and household utilities.

Acting CEO and CFO, Toshiyuki Okumura during the flag-off of the Flood Relief Program
The Triton Tuners Club leaving MMM’s HQ

Acting CEO and Chief Financial Officer of MMM, Toshiyuki Okumura said, “We hope that this Flood Relief Program offered by MMM will help ease the burden of our customers through this difficult period. Our heartfelt prayers and best wishes go out to our customers and their families who have been affected by the floods.”

Those affected can visit any authorised Mitsubishi dealer or contact their Customer Careline at 1-800-18-6611 for immediate assistance.


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