Mayflower Car Rental Adds 245 Nissan Navaras

Nissan Navara pickup. Photo via Wikimedia.
Nissan Navara pickup. Photo via Wikimedia.

Malaysia-based Mayflower Car Rental will receive 245 Nissan Navara pickups from EDARAN Tan Chong Motor Holdings Berhad (ETCM), a Malaysian automotive distributor.

“We are committed to support MCR on all aspects of its business, including in sales, timely vehicle delivery, after-sales and new account penetration,” said Datuk Dr Aug Bon Beng, executive director of ETCM. “We believe that with the joint efforts from both parties in strengthening this business relationship, we will be able to assist MCR in its mission to become number one in the car rental and operating lease industry.”

Currently, ETCM has delivered 85 of the Navaras to Mayflower. The remaining 160 will be delivered within the new few months, says the company.

“As one of ETCM’s strategic partners and biggest fleet customers, we are continuously looking at Nissan vehicles for our ever-expanding business such as car, coach and van rental, leasing and chauffeur service,” said Chin Ten Hoy, head of Mayflower Car Rental. “In 2014 alone, Mayflower Car Rental purchased 1,007 units of Nissan vehicles from ETCM.”

For more information, visit www.mayflowercarrental.com.my.

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