PETALING JAYA: Naza Quest Sdn Bhd will cease to distribute new Chevrolet vehicles from tomorrow following the brand rationalisation plan under the Naza Group’s overall corporate strategy to create long-term sustainability and profitability.
However, it assured that the company will continue to provide warranty and aftersales service for existing Chevrolet customers, until the appointment of a new distributor under an agreement between Naza Quest and General Motors (GM).
“We will continue to focus on our other four and two-wheel brands. The Naza Group will maximise its complete automotive line-up and explore other business opportunities to expand its market share in the automotive industry,” said Naza Corp Holdings Sdn Bhd CEO of automotive group Datuk Samson Anand George in a statement today.
“Chevrolet will resume sales of its world-class vehicle portfolio in Malaysia as soon as possible and is in advanced discussions with potential new partners. A new master distributor partner will be announced in due course.
Naza Quest said while sales of new Chevrolet vehicles will be temporarily put on hold, the majority of Chevrolet dealerships will remain open during this transition to meet the aftersales needs of Chevrolet customers.
“Naza Quest is pleased to confirm it will continue serving Chevrolet customers at selected existing dealer points, offering customers continuity of vehicle service, parts, warranty and aftersales service in Malaysia.”
Meanwhile, GM Southeast Asia general director Vanchana Unakul said it will announce the new distributor partner as soon as possible.
Source: The Sun Daily