Bought car parts from Shopee? Have Maxx ‘N Go install them for you


Maxx ‘N Go, the on-demand mobile car service provider has just partnered with online e-commerce platform Shopee as their Exclusive Mobile Service and Installation Partner in Malaysia.

The partnership is the first of its kind where shoppers can purchase car parts (engine oil, replacement parts, accessories) on Shopee and have Maxx ‘N Go’s mobile team deliver and install the parts at your preferred location – be it at home, at the office car park or by the beach!

Maxx ‘N Go Mobile Service Unit

Besides having the new parts installed by a trained technician, Maxx ‘N Go also provide a complimentary 15-point inspection for end users and professional advice on car maintenance. Maxx ‘N Go services with Shopee are currently available within the Klang Valley and Seremban, available seven days a week from 8.30 am to 6.30 pm.

To use this service, simply log onto the Shopee account, purchase the desired car parts from selected Shopee preferred sellers with a Maxx ‘N Go logo on the seller’s listing and Maxx ‘N Go will contact the buyer to schedule an appointment to have the installation carried out. Alternatively, buyers can head on to the Maxx ‘N Go’s homepage on Shopee and browse all the available listing.

Chief Technical Director of Maxx ‘N Go & Malaysian Drift Hero, Tengku Djan Ley

On top of the list price on the advert, there is an RM35 surcharge for the installation service by Maxx ‘N Go. If you put things into perspective, having Maxx ‘N Go to provide delivery, door-to-door service and labour, RM35 is an extremely reasonable amount even when compared to an independent workshop.

Chief Technical Director of Maxx ‘N Go, Tengku Djan Ley said: “The collaboration between Shopee and Maxx ‘N Go has created an exclusive first in Malaysia, delivering a customer’s order as well as providing service and installation by trained technicians right to your doorstep. This strategic partnership makes perfect sense as it gives vehicle owners a convenient, time and hassle-saving means of sorting out their various car needs, which could sometimes take a few hours at the workshop.”


Adrian Chia

Adrian Chia

He believes that the perfect remedy to Monday blues is a mixture of 4 wheels, clear roads and a pinch of twisty tarmac. A hot hatch is the icing on the cake.
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