Skyline Automotive, a Jaidah Group company and official distribution partner for the Hyundai Motor Company in Qatar, has opened the first Hyundai quick service centre in Al Rayyan following increased customer demand spurred by Hyundai’s popularity in the country.
The Al Rayyan quick service centre will be followed with more quick service centres across Qatar set to open in the coming years to meet growing demand.
The Al Rayyan quick service centre is offering quick and efficient services for all Hyundai models and is open from Saturday-Thursday from 7am-11pm. The first Hyundai service centre under Skyline Automotive umbrella opened in 2016 and is located in the Industrial Area. The new quick service centre features four service bays and Hyundai-certified technicians able to meet growing customer demand on the spot.
Over the past three years, Skyline Automotive has rapidly expanded its operations and contributed to the growth of the Hyundai brand in Qatar, elevating it to one of the country’s top five brands.
Commenting on the expansion of Skyline Automotive’s and growth in the brand’s popularity, Mohamed Jaidah, group executive director at Jaidah Group, said: “Skyline Automotive has ambitious plans for growth in Qatar. At the core of that vision is our desire to stay close to our customers’ needs by creating services and experiences that seamlessly integrate into their daily lives.”
Plans for expansion will continue into next year when Skyline Automotive is set to open a flagship service centre that will service Hyundai models and its luxury brand Genesis models.
To find out more about Skyline Automotive, its showrooms and network of aftersales centres across Qatar, as well as Hyundai models, customers can visit www.hyundai.com.qa
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