General Motors launches 2016 Likizo Fest ahead of Christmas season

Leading vehicle manufacturer General Motors East Africa (GMEA), under their Isuzu brand, have launched their annual ‘Likizo Fest’ targeting Isuzu bus owners ahead of the Christmas holidays.

Likizo Fest will see all Isuzu vehicle owners enjoy a 20 per cent discount on all spare parts, special maintenance plans among other technical assistance.

Speaking at the firm’s assembly plant, General Motors Manager for Aftersales and Services East Africa, Ngaruiya Githua said Likizo Fest is Isuzu’s way of ensuring owners of Isuzu buses receive tailored services and technical assistance, while their drivers receive professional training programs.

“We came up with the Likizo Fest as a way of encouraging schools to have their Isuzu buses serviced especially after the long and strenuous second academic term full of trips and school activities which involves continued usage of the Isuzu buses,” said Ngaruiya Githua.

“Our aim is to ensure that our Isuzu customers get the very best in service and technical assistance for their vehicles, professional driver training and tips at the shortest of times,” he added.

The Likizo Fest is set to run from the 15th to the 17th of September, 2016 and will take place countrywide through Isuzu authorized dealers in addition to GMEA’s service center in Nairobi. Isuzu bus owners will enjoy comprehensive inspections of their vehicles, receive a detailed report, free advice on tyre maintenance, general maintenance tips and special discounts.

“Schools, tertiary institutions, universities and government institutions that are far from our service center in Nairobi will be able to enjoy the service offerings from all our authorized dealers across the country. Schools will not have to make the long trip to our service center in Nairobi,” Ngaruiya noted.

He reiterated that the Likizo Fest is in tune with Isuzu’s ‘Tuko Pamoja Safarini’ thematic campaign which is in appreciation of the customer in their journey for growth and success.

“As a company, GMEA will look for more ways to say thank you to their customers for the support given to the company through the years enabling GMEA to remain number one in the market,” he said.

Mr. Patrick Oduor, an Isuzu bus owner, lauded Isuzu for always looking after their customers. He appreciated the Likizo fest for the services offers saying they are timely and will go a long way to ensure safety and performance.

“With the various activities schools participate in during the 2nd Term, the buses usually do a lot of trips, thus servicing the bus at this stage is really crucial not only for the longevity of the school bus but also for the safety of the students. The discounts offered will help schools to save money as they can purchase more parts for less,” Oduor said.

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