Mitsubishi Motors Malaysia (MMM) today announced that all of its authorised Mitsubishi showrooms and service centres have now resumed operations. The announcement follows the previous resumption of service at selected Mitsubishi service centres during the fourth phase of the Movement Control Order (MCO).
Additionally, the company also announced the launch of the “Test Drive 2U” online test drive booking service, allowing customers to test drive a Mitsubishi vehicle without having to step foot into a Mitsubishi dealership.
To request for a test drive, customers can browse and select their preferred model on the MMM website here. After selecting their nearest dealership and completing the personal details form, a Mitsubishi sales consultant will be in contact either through WhatsApp or phone call, according to customers’ preference.
MMM reassures that strict safety protocols are in place to safeguard the health and safety of their customers and staff. The vehicle and keys will be thoroughly sanitised before and after each test drive. Sales consultants are also mandated to use hand sanitizer and face masks; customers are strongly encouraged to do the same.
Each test drive session will be limited to one customer at a time, and the sales consultants will be seated at the rear seats to practice social distancing.
MMM Chief Executive Officer, Tomoyuki Shinnishi said, “The Test Drive 2U online service ensures that we are still able to provide a worry-free experience for customers who wish to test-drive a Mitsubishi model from home during this conditional movement control order.
“Customers may browse through their preferred Mitsubishi model, interact with our authorized sales consultant, and book a test-drive delivery in a manner that is responsible and safe for all.”
MMM recently announced its Ramadhan Rewards promotional campaign, with savings of up to RM8,000 for the Triton, RM2,000 for the Outlander, and trade-in top-up of RM8,888 when you trade in your vehicle for a Mitsubishi ASX.