Nasser Bin Khaled (NBK) Automobiles, the authorised general distributor of Mercedes-Benz in Qatar, has introduced “attractive prices” on service packages A and B dedicated to Mercedes-Benz cars.
The offer is valid on Mercedes-Benz cars, excluding Maybach, SLS and SLR. It also includes “attractive prices” on Mercedes-Benz genuine parts as well as special prices on labour charges, NBK Automobiles has said in a statement.
Ihab El-Feky, chief operations officer – Automotive at Nasser Bin Khaled Group, said: “NBK Automobiles is introducing this new offer on services packages to Mercedes-Benz customers in Qatar. In addition to the discount on genuine parts, the offer includes direct discount on the services done at NBK Automobiles service centres.
“These offers support our state-of-the-art service and reduce the maintenance cost, so that customers can have the best car service at affordable prices.”
Service package A includes the check and change of engine oil, engine oil filter, air filter, AC filter and brake fluid.
Service package B includes all services done in package A plus spark plugs, transmission fluid,
transmission filter and gaskets.
In addition to the benefits of service packages A and B, the vehicles will have additional check points - including brake system check, suspension system check, battery system check, coolant leak check, oil leak check and interior functions check, the statement notes.
NBK Automobiles stressed that it has “built its success by establishing solid, longstanding relationships with its customers and by offering a wide range of quality products”.
“As a brand name, Nasser Bin Khaled Automobiles is deeply associated with a history of premium-quality service and market leadership. Established in 1957, Nasser Bin Khaled Automobiles is Qatar’s exclusive distributor of three of the world’s most respected, iconic brands: Mercedes-Maybach, Mercedes-Benz and Mercedes-AMG,” the statement adds.
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