Nine hundred thousand cars! That’s a lot of Honda vehicles! Anticipating to hit the milestone sales number some time in the third quarter of 2019, Honda Malaysia has launched its Road to 900,000th Unit Milestone Campaign to commemorate the feat. The campaign is also to reward Malaysians for their strong support for the brand since its establishment. Nine Honda cars including the Jazz, City, BR-V, HR-V, City Hybrid, HR-V Hybrid, Civic, CR-V and Accord will be up for grabs for lucky Malaysians.
The campaign will run at all 90 Honda sales dealerships nationwide as well as through the Road to 900,000th Unit Milestone Campaign nationwide tour that rusn from August to September 2019.
All Malaysians are invited to join the campaign giveaway. All you need to do is register your details through a QR code or visit the campaign website.
You can then visit the nearest dealership and take part in activities arranged by Honda Malaysia to earn giveaway tickets.
Activities include spotting and taking pictures of hidden Honda car name emblems, test driving Honda models and servicing Honda cars at any authorised Honda dealers.
You are also entitled for tickets if you place bookings or register your Honda cars on 1 August to 22 September 2019. The more tickets you collect, the higher chance to win a Honda car!
Malaysia is an important growth market for Honda and through the years, Honda Malaysia has achieved many outstanding milestones since its establishment in 2002.
The company rolled out its first Completely Knock-Down (CKD) model–the CR-V, a year after it set foot in the country.
It has continued to introduce popular models such as the Jazz, City, Civic and other models which become No.1 in their respective segments.
Honda Malaysia also introduced the Next Generation Advanced Technology in its line-up, starting with Turbocharged, Sport Hybrid i-DCD and Honda SENSING. Malaysia has the distinction as the only country after Japan to introduce Sport Hybrid i-DCD in its models after pioneering hybrid technology in Malaysia in 2004.
Let’s not forget various iterations of the Civic Type-R that have made it to Malaysian shores, first out of its Japan domestic market. It began in 2007 when Malaysians first welcomed the Civic FD2R.