GWM Malaysia has announced the opening of their two new 4S service centres located in Butterworth, Penang and Seremban, Negeri Sembilan.
Also present at the opening of the service centre in Seremban was Transport Minister, YB Anthony Loke Siew Fook. As part of the government’s commitment to a greener future, Loke recently mentioned that the proposed tax structure aims to encourage people to embrace electric vehicles (EVs).
The GWM Seremban 4S centre’s emphasis on EV adoption, which responds to the rising demand for GWM electric car owners in Negeri Sembilan, is one of its main selling points. The hub will provide the most recent lineup of GWM’s alternative fuel vehicles as well as after-sales service assistance, which is in keeping with GWM’s commitment to aiding Malaysia’s efforts to achieve carbon neutrality as early as 2050.
The government’s aims to promote EV adoption and the national goal of 15% of the total industry volume (TIV) for EVs and hybrids by 2030 are both supported by this effort.
Both 4S locations have spacious showrooms that can fit a variety of GWM new energy cars, enabling consumers to peruse the newest models in a welcoming setting.
The recent opening of the 4S centre in USJ, which saw enthusiastic test drives of the Haval H6 and GWM Cannon, served as a testament to GWM’s commitment to delivering high-quality vehicles and exceptional customer experiences.