Perodua has announced that all of its showrooms and aftersales outlets, including paint and body centres, have resumed operations, following the government’s latest directives for the reopening of the automotive sector in the National Recovery Plan (NRP).
The reopening of its outlets comes after the resumption of its manufacturing facilities in Rawang recently.
As usual, strict SOPs are in place during this period to protect the health and wellbeing of its customers and employees; only customers who are fully vaccinated will be allowed in the premises, and the wearing of face masks will be required at all times.
Additionally, customers will also be required to make an appointment for both showrooms and service outlets prior to their visit. Contact information for all Perodua outlets can be found here.
According to Perodua President and CEO, Dato’ Zainal Abidin Ahmad, deliveries have already begun in stages since this week, and will gradually ramp up over the coming weeks – so if you’ve booked yourself a new Ativa, hold on tight, it’s coming soon!
“We thank our customers for their patience, understanding and loyalty in receiving your Perodua vehicle. We expect to be able to deliver nearly all existing orders within the year,” he added.
Back in June, Perodua announced that it was still on track to achieve its sales target of 240,000 units this year. However, the extended lockdown period, where its production facilities and sales outlet were not allowed to operate, have obviously thrown a wrench into the works.
“We are currently evaluating the impact of the lockdown that was introduced on 1st June 2021 to our operations, and we will announce our revised targets for the year soon,” Dato Zainal said.