Isuzu extends service interval to essential service vehicles

Port Elizabeth – Isuzu Motors South Africa fully supports the measures which have been implemented by President Cyril Ramaphosa during the lockdown period to contain the spread of COVID-19 in the country.

The company recognises that, during this critical period, it is important that essential services which are supporting South Africa during this crisis must continue. To this end several vital goods are being transported across the country in Isuzu commercial vehicles every day.

Chris Jonck, Isuzu Motors South Africa executive: aftersales, subsidiaries and joint ventures, says Isuzu is committed to ensure that these vehicles remain on the road during the lockdown period. “Our aftersales team is on standby and customers can rest assure that their vehicles will get the necessary technical support to minimise the risk of downtime, thus ensuring ongoing supply of essential products and services.”

In addition, Isuzu will provide a grace period of one month to Isuzu customers, supporting the servicing of vehicles, without affecting their warranties. Customers can also make use of the corrosion inspection after lockdown up to Friday, 15 May 2020 regardless of mileage and the age of the vehicle. “We are committed to ensure ongoing service and support to customers who are carrying out essential services during the lockdown period and we are taking into consideration the limitations of getting vehicles serviced during this time,” says Jonck.

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