Honda Malaysia is back at full operations. In its press announcement issued today, the firm notes that dealers and service centres have reopened for business whilst complying with strict government guidelines under the current Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO).
Said government guidelines sees Honda applying strict crowd control measures that includes mandatory temperature checks at entry, restructuring premises with single entry and exit points, as well as regularly sanitising high traffic and frequently used areas of these premises.
Planning on scoping out Honda's latest like the new Accord and up-specced Civic? You can do so at authorised showrooms so as long as you don't record a temperature reading higher than 37.5°C and show signs of fever, cough or shortness of breath – if you do, please seek medical attention.
Honda Malaysia says dealerships will provide face masks, but the firm advises on customers to preparing their own just in case. On top of that, strict social distancing efforts will be practiced by all staff members present, and visiting customers are advised to follow suit.
Visiting customers can also participate in test drives. Honda Malaysia notes that showroom demonstrators will be regularly sanitised as well. On top of which, sales advisors accompanying customers will be seated in the back seat during the session.
Honda dealers will also begin accepting contactless booking payments as part of their social distancing measures. On that note, Honda Malaysia has also readied online car insurance renewal services for greater convenience and safety.
As for new car deliveries, Honda Malaysia advises customers to limit guests present during delivery to just ONE person to avoid large crowds in the showroom. Additionally, every new car will be thoroughly sanitised customer are allowed to take possession of it.
on the subject of after-sales services, Honda Malaysia strongly notes that its compulsory for customers to pre-arrange appointments first as dealers and service centres are operating at minimal staff capacities still.
Furthermore, Honda Malaysia reassures that owners with vehicle warranties expiring between 18 March to 12 May 2020 will be granted with coverage extension until 11 June 2020. As for owners who've missed their scheduled services between 18 March to 12 May 2020, service must be performed before 11 July 2020 to ensure warranties aren't voided.
For more details, visit honda.com.my now or get in touch with your nearest authorised Honda dealer.