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HYUNDAI OPENS NEW 3S CENTRE IN JANAKPUR

Laxmi InterContinental Pvt. Ltd, the authorized distributor of Hyundai vehicles for Nepal has inaugurated a new 3S facility at Janakpur with its dealer –Om Automobiles providing customers with a complete experience of sales, service and spare parts, all under one roof. The dealership has been established with an intention to meet the growing demand for Hyundai vehicles in and around Janakpur market.

The 3S Center was jointly inaugurated by Mr. Baidhya Nath Sah (Chairman, Om Automobiles) and Mr. Rupesh Sharma Bhatta (Deputy General Manager for Laxmi InterContinental Pvt. Ltd.).

Located at the strategic area in Janakpur, the new international standard Hyundai 3S center’s showroom can display 5 to 7 cars and is equipped with full hi-tech workshop, staffed by professionally trained technicians and has air-conditioned and WIFI enabled customer lounge. The service facility has the capacity to handle about up to 300 vehicles in a month with highly sophisticated and modern equipment, dedicated express service bay, ample service parking area, making this facility truly world-class.  Along with this, the facility also has dedicated area and enough stock for Hyundai Genuine Spare Parts.

At Hyundai’s new dealership branch in Janakpur, customers can experience a host of primary and value-added services of Hyundai motor’s entire range of passenger vehicles, through trained professionals. To ensure the best Hyundai Experience, the entire team at the new dealership in Janakpur has been trained under Hyundai Training Center in Nepal.

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