Weststar Associates Limited, the authorised general distributors of Mercedes-Benz passenger and commercial vehicles in Nigeria, in collaboration with one of its authorised dealerships – Barbedos Cars Limited began a special vehicle service programme in Abuja this week that would end on December 8.
Weststar said, in a statement, that this campaign was “part of the strategic directions aimed at achieving superior after-sales quality of service and enhancing customer relationship.”
According to the company, “This service week campaign serves as an opportunity for Mercedes-Benz passenger car owners in Abuja to bring their cars to the workshop in preparation for the upcoming yuletide season.”
Special offers for each week, they said would include “free diagnostics and engine checks, free labor for every car serviced, availability of genuine parts at special prices and also, free parts and service advice for the next five weeks. Due to concerns raised by the management over the increase in road accidents during the holiday season, the service campaign was initiated to help reduce the frequency of road casualties by attracting Mercedes-Benz customers to come partake in free service of their cars at a much more subsidised cost.”
General Manager, Aftersales, Weststar Associates Limited, Michael Bromberger said, “At Weststar and its authorised dealerships nationwide, we believe that after-sales plays a critical role in the life-span of each Mercedes-Benz vehicle. Hence, with our highly qualified technicians and substantial availability of genuine spare parts, we intend to get our customers vehicles ready for the Christmas season starting with the Abuja dealership network. All our authorized dealerships are equipped to the highest standard in line with the Mercedes-Benz global benchmark.”
The company said with the upcoming service weeks, “customers can rest assured of the well-being of their cars as they prepare for family vacations in the coming month. This is Weststar’s little contribution towards ensuring safe travels for Nigerians planning to commute to various locations across the country.”