Jaecoo Malaysia Unveils First 3S Centre In Malaysia

Jaecoo Malaysia has just launched its first 3S Centre in Glenmarie, Klang Valley, under the management of ES Premium Sdn Bhd. In advance of the Jaecoo J7’s launch, which is scheduled to take place over three days from July 19 to July 21, a new 3S facility is opening.

This all-new 3S complex in Glenmarie occupies 23,000 square feet on 40,000 square feet of land. Sales, post-purchase servicing, and storage of service components are all housed at the 3S dealership. Customers are welcomed by a Super Walkway that spans from the ground floor to the first floor and may exhibit up to seven display models. Jaecoo Malaysia claims that RM5.5 million was invested in the new 3S Centre.

“We are thrilled to launch our flagship 3S dealership in the heart of Glenmarie Autocity, a testament to Jaecoo’s readiness to cater to customers in Malaysia,” said Emily Lek, vice president of Jaecoo Malaysia. “In order to provide a first-rate ownership experience for the present and future, we have made significant national network investments. With our RM5.5 million investment in the Glenmarie flagship dealership, we are demonstrating our long-term commitment to expanding the premium off-road SUV market,” he stressed.

Jaecoo hopes that the Glenmarie 3S Centre will get over 300 visitors on average each month. Additionally, the facility is claimed to be able to handle 500 automobiles every month thanks to its highly skilled experts and well-furnished service bays. According to Jaecoo, the new centre already has an electric vehicle (EV) bay installed in preparation for the company’s upcoming all-electric model, which is probably the J6.

“We are proud to be part of the JAECOO Malaysia network of dealers and bring to life the premium experience that JAECOO envisions, and customers expect,” stated Fanny Yap, Managing Director of ES Premium Sdn Bhd. Our aim is to enhance the initial exploring experience of patrons by using digital components and providing individualised attention from our skilled sales and service consultants.

CARLIST THOUGHTS

Jaecoo is putting a lot of effort into its Malaysian operation, and the results seem good so far. The SUV itself is competent and rather stylish if we dare say so. It will be intriguing to see how the relationship between Jaecoo and 3S pans out — but we are sure that it will bear some healthy fruit.

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