Mahindra announces service camp for its personal vehicle range pan India
Mahindra announces a free service camp, called the M-Plus, for their passenger vehicle range which commences today i.e March 4, 2019. An eight-day long service camp will be held in more than 600 Mahindra authorized workshops, across all the major cities of the country.
The M-Plus service camp will provide Mahindra owners with a 75-point check on their vehicle, completely free of cost, through trained technicians. In addition to the free check-up, Mahindra customers will also avail discounts on spare parts, labour and Maxicare which is essentially a beautification package for Mahindra vehicles.
The owners of Mahindra's personal vehicles such as the Bolero, Scorpio, XUV500, Marazzo, Alturas G4, XUV300 TUV300, KUV100, Thar, Xylo, Nuvosport, Quanto, Verito, Verito Vibe, Logan and Rexton can avail the benefits of the Mahindra's M-Plus service camp.
Mahindra customers can book a service appointment by paying a visit to the nearest authorized workshop during the M-Plus service camp period or can use Mahindra's toll-free number 1800-209-6006. Customers can also use the With You Hamesha cell phone application or website to do the same. Customers can also expect gifts at the participating workshops.
Speaking on this service initiative, Veejay Ram Nakra, chief of sales and marketing, automotive division, Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd. said "Being a customer-centric company, it has always been our endeavour to provide our customers with best-in-class service experience. Over the years, M-Plus Mega Service Camp has become a service brand to reckon with, delivering on our promise of 'With You Hamesha'. We are continually focused on providing an unmatched customer experience, and initiatives such as these re-affirm our commitment to customers, who form the bedrock of our success."
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