Suzuki appoints Naza Eastern as distributor


In a joint statement, Naza Corp Holdings Group executive chairman and chief executive officer SM Nasarudin SM Nasimuddin (pic) said Naza Eastern Motors is committed to providing quality products that are reliable, desirable and cheerful based on Suzuki’s strong reputation.

KUALA LUMPUR: Naza Eastern Motors Sdn Bhd has been appointed as the distributor and after-sales service provider for Suzuki vehicles in Malaysia.

In a joint statement, Naza Corp Holdings Group executive chairman and chief executive officer SM Nasarudin SM Nasimuddin said Naza Eastern Motors is committed to providing quality products that are reliable, desirable and cheerful based on Suzuki’s strong reputation.

“It brings us great honour to be able to work with a Japanese automotive giant that captured the hearts of Malaysian consumers during its years in the Malaysian market, ” he said.

Suzuki Motor Corp global automobile marketing, executive general manager and senior managing officer Kinji Saito said the carmaker is delighted to return to the Malaysian market with the Naza Group.

“Our experience with the Malaysian market has been delightful due to the huge acceptance from our customers.

“We are looking forward to introducing our latest award-winning cars to loyal Suzuki fans, ” he said.

Suzuki’s first flagship showroom, service and spare parts (3S) centre will be at Naza Automall in Petaling Jaya.

Suzuki is expected to kick-start its reintroduction in Malaysia by launching two of its most discussed and desirable models this year.

However, the company is yet to disclose the models. — Bernama

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