Abdullah Abdulghani & Bros. Co. (AAB), sole agents for Toyota vehicles in Qatar, has announced a special service campaign for 2017 year and older models.
AAB Service Department is running the special promotion. Customers can visit any of AAB’s 11 service centres to inspect their brakes, for DTC/computer check-up or suspension check-up for QR33 only. The offer is valid until December 21.
AAB service locations include: Main Service Station in Industrial area, quick service centres at Madinat Khalifa, Abu Hamour, Al Nayef, Airport Road, Al Wakra, Aziz, Sheehaniya, Al Khor, Al Watania Petrol Station (Al Shamal Road) and a dedicated Commercial Vehicles Workshop in the Industrial Area.
There is a Lube Plus service in all branches, which includes replacing the engine oil and filter with 20 points check in less than one hour, at a very attractive price that competes with the local market, according to a statement.
For the convenience of customers, AAB always recommends to call their call centre on 800-1-800 for service appointments so that the servicing of their vehicles can be done at their preferred time and location without any hassles.
AAB Engage App is another tool that can be used by customers for not only taking appointments but also to get complete information of their vehicles including service history and service orders. AAB has also service packages for up to five years during which time there will be hardly any price escalation.
AAB has an ongoing training programme for service staff, which includes not only the service technicians but also the service manager, service advisors and the support staff. Toyota service advisors and technicians are trained regularly and are up-to-date with the latest vehicle technology.
Periodic maintenance, minor and major repairs to vehicles are undertaken at the state-of-the-art service centres in compliance with the high-quality Toyota standards.
AAB’s service centres can accommodate a daily inflow of 950 to 1,000 vehicles from minor repairs to major repairs and maintenance services, the statement added.
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