According to Naza, all of them would be 3S outlets where you can buy the car as well as enjoy their service facilities. The current product line will remain while they plan to launch the new Chevrolet Cruze 1.8 liter version soon. Customers who had previously bought their cars through the old GM-DRB-Hicom dealers will still have their warranties intact.

As such, GM (General Motors) Asean announced that they aim to boost their sales this year with more models included and planned. According to Datuk SM Faisal SM Nasimuddin, the joint group executive chairman of Naza Group, the target is to roll out 1,600 units for the first year. He said "We will explore all possibilities apart from profitability in turning our partnership into a very successful business proposition. We are currently discussing the possibility of completely knocked down (CKD) assembly operations of certain Chevrolet vehicles at the Naza Group assembly plant in Gurun, Kedah."

Steve Carlisle, the president of GM South East Asia Operations said "With Naza's position in the Malaysian automotive industry along with its capability, track record and forward-looking corporate philosophy, I am confident we have found the right partner. We seek to raise the bar and focus on providing the best cars with latest in technology and design with a combination of CBU (completely built-up) and CKD, and after-sales service,"

With the new partnership in place and Naza Group’s active and widespread network around the country, it won’t be surprising to see more Chevrolet cars roaming around Malaysia what more if Naza is capitalize on its experience and expertise of the local automotive market, GM would surely benefit much by being on board one of the country’s leading car distributor and manufacturer.

 

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