No. 165 & 169, Jalan Sungai Pinang, 10150 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia
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A pleasant place to service your car. Good SOP and comfortable seats with aircon for customers. A variety of hot drinks provided with biscuits if you feel hungry. The service is very pleasant and the customer service is very attentive
Great Services. Friendly & Efficient~
Watch out for the entrance. don't overdrive. Waiting zone is spacious,air coned,water supplied. But it's covid era so easily full still. Fast,efficient customer service.on second visit, the staff were rude and unhelpful. Go autobinee is better.
I've been here a few times to body and paint department (due to accident).. service rendered by the manager(Mr Steven) and the advisor ( Kumar) was excellent..But, I was very disappointed with the lady at the front desk. She was not only rude but also very disrespectful.. Please have some courtesy especially when you are dealing with elders.. I'll surely be going here again for the good things I've mentioned earlier..and I truly hope that the front desk staff learns her basic manners!! *Sorry for the number of stars...you deserve 5stars but not with that staff
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