Al Habtoor Motors inaugurates new centre for genuine parts

DUBAI — Al Habtoor Motors, distributor of Mitsubishi, Bentley, Aston Martin and Temsa in the UAE, inaugurated its new centre for genuine parts and services at Dubai Investment Park (DIP) in Jebel Ali, yesterday.

By A Staff Reporter

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Published: Mon 25 Jul 2005, 10:43 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 4:43 PM

Ahmad Al Habtoor, President of Al Habtoor Motors officially inaugurated the new Al Habtoor centre for genuine parts and services which has 200 working bays, nearly 100 qualified technicians and parking space for over 550 cars.

The ceremony was attended by Bert Van Dijk, senior vice-president at Mitsubishi Fuso Truck & Bus Corporation, and Kazuhiro Watashige, Corporate General Manager, Global After Sales at Mitsubishi Motors Corporation and Japanese Delegation from Mitsubishi Motors.

Speaking on the occasion, Mark L. Jones, general manager at Al Habtoor Motors, said that the new workshop spread over about 52,943 sqm is also equipped with sophisticated diagnostic tools and computerized working systems such as the GSP9700 Vibration Control System, which is the computer-controlled wheel balancer that automatically checks wheel uniformity, rim run-out and balance.

There are eight Al Habtoor service centres in the UAE as well as two pre-delivery inspection centres performing body repairs within 24 hours. This makes an ideal solution for "cosmetic" repairs to the minor impacts that are all too frequent in today's urban environment.

The new Al Habtoor Centre for Genuine Parts & Services, like the company's other workshops, is a highly efficient fast-fit centre handling regular servicing, minor repair work, with or without appointment as well as special privileges, such as very rapid availability of spare parts, for express repair work.

Additionally, fleet customers looking for motoring peace of mind can opt for two special Al Habtoor contracts, the service contract and the extended warranty contract. The service contract covers all regular servicing operations (oil change, servicing, compulsory vehicle tests, etc.), for a fixed monthly fee indexed to the average annual mileage.

The extended warranty contract extends the standard contractual warranty.

Jones concluded saying that, “For Al Habtoor Motors, service starts when the customer walks through the door. Earlier this summer, we reworked our corporate identity, one feature of which is the new visual identity of our showrooms and revamping of its layout for smoother visitor flows.”

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