Chevrolet has affirmed to continue to offer the after-sales-services and spare parts to the existing customers in India. Read here for the detailed report.
As many of you may know that Chevrolet halted its India operations back in 2017. Right now, the automaker is only offering aftersales services to the existing customers. Here’s the good news for all the Chevrolet car owners in India. The carmaker has reiterated its commitment to offer aftersales services and spare parts to the existing owners of their cars around the country.
Chevrolet has a wide network of authorized service network as well as authorized spare parts distributors, which are delivering support to the customer across 142 cities, ranging from Srinagar in the North to Andaman in the South and from Imphal in the East and Surat in the West. Company’s part distribution centre in Talegaon ensures that parts are delivered to the Chevrolet network across India.
The Chevrolet service team is assisted by a Support Team along with the field team. Markus Sternberg, Vice President- Commercial Operations Chevrolet India, said, “At Chevrolet, we believe our customers remain at the centre of everything we do which is well reflected by our strong after-sales network and assured commitment to provide services and offers to ensure their Chevrolet vehicle is serviced and maintained well. Furthermore, we will continue to provide parts through our channel partners and honour all our commitments to customers in India throughout 2021 and beyond.”
As per the automaker, Chevrolet’s Mega Service Camp or the industry-first “Zero Labour Camp” and regional camps will be continued till 2021. These events offer the existing buyers an opportunity to enjoy maintenance and repair services at very reasonable prices. For more information on services and new offers one can visit www.Chevrolet.co.in or contact customer care helpline on 1800-208-8080. The Chevrolet cars offered in the Indian market were quite popular among the buyers around the country. One of the most popular cars offered by the automaker in India was the Chevrolet Cruze. It was powered by a 2.0-litre diesel engine. Transmission duties are done by a 6-speed MT or a 6-speed AT.