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naza quest bids bye to the bowtie as torrid affair with chevy ends
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Naza Quest bids bye to the bowtie as torrid affair with Chevy ends

Naza will continue with aftersales support as the general seeks a new bedmate here

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Dinesh Appavu

14 Nov 2018


You’d be forgiven for forgetting that Chevrolet has a presence in Malaysia. Apart from the Colorado pick-up, the rest of its portfolio represents an excellent alternative to counting sheep if you’re having difficulty sleeping.

Beginning tomorrow (15 November 2018) though, the divorce of the bowtie brand and Naza Quest; its local partner, will be set in stone to bring the curtain down on an eight-year relationship. The former will halt all distribution of Chevrolet vehicles here (though we can’t imagine they distributed many to begin with) but will continue to honour warranty and aftersales service for existing customers until General Motors (GM) finds a new husband here.

GM and Chevrolet however insist that the marque remains committed to Malaysia, with strong growth potential and a loyal fan base (?) in this important regional market. They’re in the midst of discussions with potential new partners and will announce a new master distributor in due course.

While sales of new Chevrolet vehicles will be temporarily halted, the majority of dealerships will remain operational during the transitional period to meet customer’s needs.

For customer enquiries, kindly email: info_chevrolet@naza.com.my or dial 1-800-2-CHEVY (24389) to get in touch with the Chevrolet customer service hotline team managed by Naza Quest.



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