Qatar Automobiles Company (QAC), the authorised general distributor of Mitsubishi Motors in Qatar, continues with its exclusive offer on Mitsubishi vehicles' air-conditioners (ACs), providing customers with" ultimate cooling and comfort during the hot summer".
Mitsubishi service centres are offering free AC check-ups and free AC gas top-ups for all Mitsubishi vehicles, by professional and expert technicians, QAC has said in a statement.
QAC general manager Hesham AlSahn said, “As most people are spending their summer vacations in Qatar, Qatar Automobiles Company is thrilled to present the best offers to help their valued customers maintain their vehicles in the best way. Due to the high temperatures and the possibility of AC deficit, our exclusive offer comes to assist customers in checking their car AC and gas for free, so they can enjoy real cooling and comfort when driving a Mitsubishi."
Qatar Automobiles Company and Mitsubishi service centres provide premium maintenance services for all Mitsubishi vehicles by highly skilled professional staff who undergo regular training, the statement notes. Customers can book their service appointment at QAC service centres by phone or email, saving time and effort.
The main QAC Mitsubishi service centre is located in the Industrial Area, Street 10, while other centres are located in Abu Hamour, Duhail and Wakra.
The centres welcome customers from Saturday to Wednesday, 7am to 10pm, and on Thursdays from 7am to 5.30pm.
The Al Khor service centre welcomes customers from Saturday to Wednesday, 7am to 8pm, and on Thursdays from 7am to 3.30pm.
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