Chevrolet Malaysia unveils most 'Captiva-ting' promotion yet
In celebration of Malaysia’s 55th year of independence, NAZA Quest Sdn Bhd, the Official Chevrolet Distributor in Malaysia, is offering 5 years of free service, parts and labour with the added bonus equivalent of an incredible 5000 litres of fuel with every purchase of a Chevrolet Captiva!
“Naza Quest has always been committed to providing Chevrolet customers with value added services to compliment their vibrant and active lifestyle. We understand that Malaysian drivers spend many hours on the road, caught in traffic. This offer provides significant value for money, allowing customers who purchase a Captiva the added comfort of knowing that their scheduled vehicle maintenance is taken care of for 5 years and that they will also enjoy 5000 litres worth of fuel savings,” said Datuk Wira Hj. SM Faisal Tan Sri SM Nasimuddin, Joint Group Executive Chairman of NAZA Group of Companies.
Upon purchasing Captiva, Chevrolet customers can also revel in the fact that they will be saving more than 1 and a half years’ worth of fuel costs on top of 5 years of scheduled maintenance fees.
Based on RON95 illustration1, the extra bonus offer of 5,000 litres worth of fuel means customers will achieve savings of RM9,500.
Similar phenomenal savings can be achieved with the improved 2.0L Diesel Chevrolet Captiva as well.
The 5 years (or 60 months) free maintenance cover entirely service, labour and parts and it is based on the scheduled maintenance recommended for all Captiva models and valid for 5 years or 100,000km (whichever comes first).
This complimentary service includes replacement of engine oil, engine oil filter, drain plug washer, oil filter washer, fuel filter, air cleaner element, spark plugs, air conditioning filter and automatic transaxle fluid or brake/clutch fluid (depending on whether the vehicle is automatic transmission or manual transmission.
Anyone intrigued by this Merdeka promotion should head down to their nearest Chevrolet showroom before the opportunity passes – the offer stands while stocks last!