Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Haval Malaysia Opens New Dealership in Skudai, Johor


Go Auto Sales Sdn Bhd, who are the exclusive distributor for Haval vehicles here in Malaysia, have opened up their newest dealership in Skudai, Johor. The new Haval Malaysia dealership is under their dealer-partners, Ang Trading and Motor Credit Sdn Bhd who are veterans in the business of automotive trading in the southern region of Peninsular Malaysia. 

From left; Lim Shih Chien-Branch Manager, Jerry Tee-Acting President of Johor Motor Hire Purschase and Finance Company Association, Tan Jee Meng-Group Manager of Ang Trading and Motor Credit,Dato SM Azli-Executive Director of Go Auto, Ang Chai Hian-Executive Director of Ang Trading and Motor Credit, Ang Kia Hua and Ang Wee Kee-After Sales Manager of Ang Trading and Motor Credit

This is the 24th Haval dealership in Malaysia. 4 of which are in the state of Johor from a total of 7. It is stated that this new dealership, a 2S centre (sales & service) which is located at Taman Perindustrian Ringan Pulai, Johor Bahru shall cater to the needs of Haval customers in and around the Skudai and Johor Bahru area. 

Ang Trading are long time players in the Malaysian automotive industry. They have been in the business of selling cars for quite a while already. This Haval dealership is actually their fourth. They currently operate the Haval 2S dealerships in Batu Pahat, Kluang and Muar. All of these are in the state of Johor. It seems the company has invested in the Haval brand quite a bit. What this also means is that there is a nice outreach of sales and after-sales for Haval in Johor, which is good for long term ownership.


Speaking at the official launch, Executive Director of Go Auto Group, Dato’ SM Azli SM Nasimuddin Kamal (above), said, "It is with great pleasure that we welcome and congratulate Ang Trading and Motor Credit to be part of the growing Haval Malaysia family and wish them success in both sales and after sales services. The Company continues to achieve the primary goal to always improved the quality and enhance customer satisfaction.”

Currently, Haval sells only two models here in Malaysia - the Haval H1 small sized compact crossover and Haval H2 mid-sized compact SUV. Both of these current models are certified as EEV (Energy Efficient Vehicle) and come with long warranty periods. The H1 comes with a seven-year unlimited mileage manufacturer warranty whereas, the H2 comes with 5-years warranty or 150,000km whichever comes first. 

Haval Malaysia are in the process of finalising details of their full sized, 7 seater SUV, the Haval H9 and this will add more flavour to their currently small, range of products by the end of this year.

Anyway, at time moment Haval Malaysia is now offering new customers and current Haval owners who are interested to purchase new SUVs with savings and free insurance up to RM3000.

Aside from the current promotion above, Haval Malaysia plans to carry out roadshow nationwide in Northern, Southern, East Coast and East Malaysia which will be announced later nearing the event date.

“On another note, we are in the midst of our Reimagine Campaign where mall roadshows and HAVAL Rocks The Town Tour shall be visiting major cities in Malaysia and I encourage everyone to be kept up-to-date with our locations on our facebook page or through our microsite, to see our SUVs and participate in our activities,” added Dato’ Azli.

For more information on their reimagine campaign, head over to Haval’s microsite http://reimagine.haval.my/. Customers can contact Customer Care at 03-5569 7332 or email us at customercare@goauto.com.my. Customers can also visit www.haval.my or our official Facebook page at www.facebook.com/havalmy or instagram page at www.instagram.com/havalmy.


Ang Kian Hua, Director of Ang Trading and Motor Credit Sdn Bhd and Dato’ SM Azli, Executive Director of Go Auto during the souvenir exchange of the event.

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