Mahindra launches 101st dealership in Gajuwaka

Update: 2019-02-23 01:20 GMT

HighlightMahindras Truck and Bus Division MTB has launched its Furio, an intermediate commercial vehicle ICV during the inauguration of its 101st dealership with CMR Automotives at Autonagar in Gajuwaka

Visakhapatnam: Mahindra’s Truck and Bus Division (MTB) has launched its Furio, an intermediate commercial vehicle (ICV) during the inauguration of its 101st dealership with CMR Automotives at Autonagar in Gajuwaka.

We design our vehicles to provide comfortable seat for driver, safety and to generate more revenue in the commercial transport sector, said CEO, Mahindra Truck and Bus and Construction Equipment Division Vinod Sahay.

“We are confident that the addition of a new dealership to our network coupled with a strong product portfolio will further enhance our market position by significantly improving our ability to serve customers.

At MTB, we will go all out to cater to the Visakhapatnam market along with strong dealer partners, such as CMR Automotives, to create new standards in customer service.” Speaking to The Hans India, Vinod Sahay said the company’s primary target is to reach the needs of drivers-cum-owners and owners of the commercial vehicles as their share in commercial sector dominates others.

The prime funda which grabbed more interest among them, with an unprecedented guarantee of “More Profit or Truck Back” option. “Vizag is primarily an industrial city with one of the busiest cargo ports in the country.

This offers great potential for the sale of commercial vehicles,” he said. Mahindra Truck and Bus has rapidly expanded its after sales service and spares network which now includes over 100 3S dealerships, 184 authorised service centres, 37 M-Parts Plazas and 2,900 roadside assistance points and spares network of more than 1,600 retail outlets to further improve the reach and support for customers on important trucking routes.

Show comments
Tags:    

Similar News