After announcing that operations at all of its 182 sales, 202 service and 68 body and paint outlets nationwide have officially resumed, Perodua has initiated a pilot project to extend the operation hours at selected service centres and Body & Paint hubs.

The pilot project involves 16 service centres and three Body & Paint hubs nationwide which will operate from 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM (Peninsula Malaysia) and 7:45 AM to 8:45 PM (East Malaysia), everyday except Sundays. For more info on the selected service centres, scroll down.

“We know that many of our valued customers’ vehicles are overdue for servicing as our nationwide operations were shut for two months due to the Movement Control Order (MCO),” said Perodua President and CEO Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad.

“We are therefore extending the operation hours of selected service centres and B&P hubs to meet the high demand and continue giving our valued customers total peace of mind,” he added.

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“This initiative should ease pent-up demand for Perodua servicing in major regions. We will monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of this pilot project continually; for now, it will run until further notice,” Dato’ Zainal said.

Customers who want to service their vehicles are required to secure an appointment slot beforehand with their service centre of choice – walk-ins are still not accepted at the moment.

Perodua is offering special cash redemptions of up to RM1,300 for the Aruz this month.

All visitors must undergo temperature checks before entering outlets, register their details and adhere to social distancing markers within the outlets at all times. Hand sanitisers are placed at key locations, while the outlets themselves are sanitised regularly.

Last week, Perodua announced a head start on the sales tax exemption which saw a 3% to 6% reduction in price via cash rebates, while offering special cash redemptions of up to RM1,300 for the Aruz and selected Myvi variants.

For the updated price lists from the other car brands in Malaysia, do check out our posts here.


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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.