Volvo Car Malaysia makes a comeback in Sarawak with Fotroende Automobile


Volvo Car Malaysia has marked its return in East Malaysia together with appointed dealer, Fotroende Automobile with opening of Volvo Kuching – a full fledged 3S centre – located along Jalan Tun Jugah, Kuching.

The name Fotroende is derived from the Swedish word “Förtroende” which means “confidence”; something the company’s Principal hopes to build in Kuching.

Don’t think it’ll be any harder to find the place than it is to pronounce that name but you won’t be hearing the last of it.

“Sarawak’s potential in the premium car market cannot be understated. It’s vital that we regain a foothold in Kuching before expanding into other cities within the state. We have worked hard to ensure that the brand is represented by competent and passionate dealer partners that will serve our customers well,” said Volvo Car Malaysia, Managing Director, Mr Lennart Stegland.

Like walking into an IKEA-themed living room, Volvo Kuching will offer what Volvo calls the “Volvo Retail Experience” or VRE; a customer-centric, Scandinavian-inspired experience that is cool on the outside and warm on the inside.

“VRE is based on Volvo’s brand philosophy which revolves around people and what’s important to them. I am confident that Fotroende Automobile will deliver the expected level of service to our loyal customers in Kuching,” Stegland adds.

“Demand for the brand is strong, especially with the arrival of exciting new models from Volvo. We are proud to represent the Volvo brand here in Kuching,” said Fotroende Automobile, Managing Director, David Lai.

Fotroende opens from 8:30 am till 5:30 pm, Monday to Friday, and closes at 4:00 pm on Saturday. The showroom is also open on Sundays and Public Holidays from 10:00 am till 3:00 pm.

For further information about the showroom, please contact 07 4312222 or you can e-mail the Sales Manager, Brandon Linang Anak Albert Juan, at brandon.juan@fotroende.com.my


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Pan Eu Jin

Pan Eu Jin

Regularly spend countless hours online looking at cars and parts I can't afford to buy. How a car makes you feel behind the wheel should be more important than the brand it represents - unless resale value is your thing.
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