In its mission to extend its expertise to multiple automobile brands, Autopoint has developed a separate service and repair centre at the Company’s complex in Kurunegalawith newly-recruited staff trained to global standards and state-of-the-art scanning equipment and tools.
The new multi-brand facility will initially offer after-sales services and mechanical repairs to all vehicle brands, and in phase two a Collision Repair Centre is to be commissioned, enabling it to offer a fully-equipped body shop, the Company said.
To celebrate the launch of this venture, Autopointsaid it will offer all customers visiting the new multi-brand service centrein the month of November, a free vehicle diagnostic report, a free vehicle wax, and other complimentary items.
Commenting on Autopoint’s diversification into multi-brand vehicle servicing, Kia Motors (Lanka) Managing Director Andrew Perera said, “This venture is backed by our 25-year track record of excellence in representing the Kia brand in Sri Lanka. It is therefore logical to extend our service and repair expertise to other brands, and vehicle owners are assured that the operations and service delivery of Autopoint Limited will be of international standard.”
Autopoint Limited will offer general inspection, oil and filter change, vehicle underwash, interior cleaning and vacuum, and vehicle scanning under its Full-Service offering; transmission oil change, differential oil change, brake oil change, and power-steering oil change under its Major Service offering; and will deliver other services such as engine tuning, transmission, engine and suspension repairs.
While Autopoint Limited’s new business unit caters to multiple vehicle brands, Kia vehicle ownerswill continue to enjoy exclusive attention,as the Kia Showroom and Service Centre located on the Colombo Road at Dambokka, Kurunegala, will operate in tandem withbut independent of the new facility, Perera said.