Hyundai-Sime Darby Motors (HSDM) announced today that they have obtained approval from MITI to resume operations in their service centres in stages starting 20th April. As of today, all Sime Darby Auto Hyundai (SDAH) service centres have resumed operations.
Like all other service centres officially resuming operations, SDAH will continue observing MCO protocols and will only be accepting customers with service appointments only.
As part of their crowd control practice, only a minimal number of service personnel and customers are allowed at the service centres. Temperature screening and social distancing measures will still be practiced and regular disinfecting will be carried out.
Make your appointments via the respective service centre’s phone numbers as follows:
- Ara Damansara, Petaling Jaya (03-7628 2500)
- Old Klang Road, Kuala Lumpur (03-7984 5388)
- Skudai, Johor (07-2340 714)
- Ipoh, Perak (05-2533 399)
- Prai, Penang (04-3997 788)
- Georgetown, Penang (04-2811 210)
Operation hours for all service centres are limited to 9am-4pm on weekdays while Saturday’s opening hours are set at 9am-12pm. Only centres in Georgetown and Prai’s opening hours slightly differ at 8am to 5pm and 9am to 2pm respectively.
Other than the reopening of their service centres, HSDM has also launched the Hyundai C A R E Warranty Extension Programme. All Hyundai vehicles whose warranties are expiring between 18 March and 28 April 2020 will be extended until 31 May 2020.
HSDM is also prepared that should MCO be extended yet again, the warranties will be extended another 30 days from the last day of MCO.
The programme covers vehicles which have not fulfilled their periodic maintenance service schedule due to MCO, warranty for vehicles expiring during MCO, vehicles with warranties expiring after 28 April should MCO be extended, vehicles with overdue service due to MCO, and all approved warranty that are pending parts replacement.