MAC East Africa unveils Isuzu sales and service campaign in Uganda
MAC East Africa Ltd, a subsidiary of Mansour Automotive Group and General Motors’ (GM) yesterday launched their Isuzu sales and service campaign in Uganda that will see customers gain maximum value for their money. Speaking at the event, Country General Manager, Mr. Tim Mwambire said that;
“MAC East Africa holds a wealth of experience in automotive sales, after-sales and exceptional customer experience gained over time from operations in North West Africa & Middle East marketing GM products since 1977. Today we unveil different customer rewards for our customers for each and every buy they make”.
MAC East Africa is the automotive dealer of choice to Uganda operators truly looking for adaptable competitive Isuzu and Chevrolet brands, priding itself on being a company that insist upon a robust after-sales support structure. MAC East Africa believes that the relationship with the customer does not end with the sale, but that the sale is the beginning of a relationship destined to rapidly grow over for a life time.
For every genuine Isuzu spare parts purchase MAC customers will enjoy not only the peace of mind which comes with the purchase of a genuine parts, but also the 15% discount on the purchase as well as 15% discount on the labour at our fully equipped modern workshop. For every strong, durable, low maintenance Isuzu N-Series truck payload range from 3.5 Tons to 5Tons you buy from MAC East Africa, they will reward you with an absolutely free cargo body in these hard economic times – dubbed “cash back scheme”.
The company’s Corporate Social Responsibility award in support of government efforts in digitalisation of education, one year in operation in Uganda MAC offers a reward of three free computers for each school bus purchase or one year of free scheduled service. Mr Mwambire emphasized that their investments in Uganda and the neighboring countries will steadily continue to grow the economies and create jobs, skills and career path growth for East Africans.