Naza Eastern Motors appointed as Suzuki distributor in Malaysia

SM Nasarudin SM Nasimuddin

PETALING JAYA: Naza Eastern Motors Sdn Bhd has been appointed as the distributor of new Suzuki cars in Malaysia.

The first Suzuki model is set to be launched in Malaysia in April.

In a statement, Naza said the appointment allowed Naza Eastern Motors to sell and provide after-sales service for new generation Suzuki vehicles only.

Naza Corp Holdings group executive chairman/CEO SM Nasarudin SM Nasimuddin said: “It brings us great honour to be able to work with a Japanese automotive giant that successfully captured the hearts of Malaysian consumers during its years in the Malaysian market.

“The team at Naza Eastern Motors is committed to ensure we build on the strong reputation Suzuki has established by providing quality products that are reliable, desirable and cheerful,” he said.

Suzuki Motor Corporation senior managing officer, executive general manager, global automobile marketing Kinji Saito said Suzuki was delighted to return to the Malaysian market with the Naza Group as its distributor.

“Our experience with the Malaysian market has been delightful due to the huge acceptance from our customers, and we greatly appreciate the continued trust for Suzuki. We are looking forward to introducing our latest award-winning cars to these loyal Suzuki fans,” he said.

Suzuki’s first flagship 3S showroom will be located in Naza Automall, Petaling Jaya. Inspired by the Suzuki “Way of Life!” motto, the showroom boasts more than 3,000sqft of space and will welcome customers with a bright and vibrant environment along with some interactive points.

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