Renault & Al Babtain open service workshop in Kuwait

In line with Renault’s plans to expand its reach and services within the city of Kuwait, the French car manufacturer recently launched a new service workshop in Kuwait with local partners, Abdulmohsen Abdulaziz Al Babtain Company.

Located at Al-Rai and covering over 1000 square meters, the new service workshop will offer major vehicle service and quick service options along with Renault’s Customer First Programme which includes 11 valued benefits for every Renault customer.

The new Renault workshop is equipped with the latest in diagnostic and other equipment to keep customers car’s operating at peak efficiency. Renault has also developed and improved its logistics to Kuwait to ensure timely delivery of genuine Renault parts, guaranteeing the quality of its service offering.

Mohamed Bennani, Managing Director of Renault GCC said, “Around the world Renault stands for quality that has been developed since our company’s inception in 1898. In the last 111 years we have learnt more than most about vehicle production, craftsmanship and service. I am delighted to be able to say we have found the best partner here in Kuwait, to deliver all of these to customers here.“

According to Renault, Kuwait is one of its most important and growing markets in the region. With nearly 3.5 million people, long-term economic growth and a burgeoning young population, Renault feels it has enormous potential.

The complete range of Renault vehicles will be available through Abdulmohsen Abdulaziz Al Babtain Company and all models have been stringently assessed and adapted to suit the needs and requirements of the region especially its extreme climate conditions.

Service is also at the top of Renault GCC’s agenda and last year the ‘Customer First’ programme was launched with great success. The scheme provides customers with 11 complimentary services both before and after the purchase of a Renault vehicle, including a 3-year or 100,000 km worldwide car warranty (increased from the former 60,000 km) and roadside assistance offered to every customer or a free inspection at 1000 km to name a few.

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