Honda Malaysia today made a surprise announcement to open booking for the New CR-V at all its 101 dealerships nationwide. One of the most popular SUVs in the market since its introduction in 2017, the fifth-generation CR-V contributed 19 per cent of sales in the overall non-national SUV segment. The car is set to launch in Q4 2020 and is expected to up the ante again.
Expect cheaper cars in the coming months as the government announces sales tax exemptions as part of the Penjana Economic Recovery Plan, as delivered by prime minister Muhyiddin Yassin on Friday.
The Honda HR-V RS goes one level up in classiness with a new interior colour—dark brown leather. The new leather interior is fitted into the centre console, front panel, driver and passenger seats (front and rear), as well as door panel lining. The option is exclusive to the Malaysian market and is now available for booking at 101 Honda authorised dealers nationwide.
Honda Malaysia has announced that effective 13 May 2020, all its dealerships have commenced full operations and showrooms are reopened. The Japanese carmaker assures that preventive protocols have been put in place and strictly implemented across all Honda dealership nationwide. Its sales office and manufacturing plant will be resuming operations in stages during the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) period.
Honda Malaysia announced that it will gradually start its after-sales services starting 29 April 2020 following receipt of approval from the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI), and other required approvals. Its sales office, manufacturing plan and dealer showrooms will remain closed during the Movement Control Order (MCO) which has been extended until 12 May 2020.
SOCAR Malaysia has launched the first phase of its SOCAR Business Mobility plan to assist businesses with transport solutions, especially during these challenging times. Targeted at delivery agents as well as small and medium enterprises (SMEs), packages start from as low as MYR4 per hour.