Nasim Sdn Bhd, the official distributor for Peugeot vehicles in Malaysia, has announced the launch of the Peugeot eShowroom to allow customers to browse and book vehicles without having to expose themselves to the outdoors due to the current of the Covid-19 pandemic.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed how businesses and customers interact. Thus, having the right digital tools in place will provide our customers with quick access to information on our products and services,” said Naza Corporation Holdings, Group CEO, Automotive Group, Dato’ Nik Hamdam Nik Hassan.

Customers can now browse through the range of Peugeot vehicles and purchase them from the comforts of their own home by accessing the Peugeot e-Showroom. For the same social distancing reasons, Peugeot also introduced the Home Test Drive, where customers can request for a Peugeot test unit to be sent to their home address.

If you’ve decided to purchase the vehicle after the test drive, here’s how:

Step 1: Visit the Peugeot e-Showroom and choose the vehicle of choice
Step 2: Fill in your details in the booking form
Step 3: Submit your details
Step 4: A Peugeot sales advisor will contact you

For a peace of mind, all Peugeot showroom or service centres are under strict daily sanitisation. All test drive units along with sales and service consultant materials are also sanitised after every session.

With the recent Sales Tax Exemption announcement by the government to help boost vehicle sales and kick start the local automotive industry after two months of zero economic due to the Movement Control Order (MCO), the updated prices for the Peugeot vehicles are as follow:

For the updated price list on other vehicles in Malaysia, click 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.