Coronavirus impact: Honda Cars India introduces doorstep assistance programs
Japanese carmaker Honda has announced doorstep assistance programs that aim to provide basic services like sanitisation, battery check-up and other facilities at the customer's doorstep. The Coronavirus pandemic-caused lockdown forced many vehicles to stay idle for quite some time. This has created a situation where many vehicles are facing starting troubles and other issues, and it can get tricky to get the cars to the service centre. And that is where the doorstep assistance program fits perfectly.
A trained professional will show up at your doorstep and run a thorough check-up of your car, this includes the health of the battery, tyre condition, brake fluid and coolant levels. All this is done while adhering to safety measures to reduce the risk for the customers and the employees as well. The service can be booked by getting in touch with the nearest Honda dealership.
This initiative certainly gets brownie points, as the restrictions are relaxed, people are now taking their vehicles out for services and check-ups that are overdue. But many people are facing trouble with starting up their car. All existing Honda customers can sit back and relax while the company organises a check-up facility right at their doorstep. The manufacturer has also rolled out customer-centric finance schemes to take advantage of the rise in personal mobility means because of the Coronavirus scare. The schemes will certainly help in boosting customer sentiment as they help in quick and burden-free ownership of the car.
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