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On September 26, PEUGEOT celebrated its 210 years of daring, passion and innovation.

From the fashion revolution in the 19th century to that of mobility, with cycles and automobiles, the PEUGEOT brand has always challenged standards to rethink mobility standards.

In more than 2 centuries, the world has changed.

Over the past ten years, many changes have taken place in our daily lives. Always faster: not only digitalization and ultra-connection of course, but also new ways of thinking, new modes of consumption and new modes of mobility.

The French make has been at Axess for 5 years now. While remaining a leader, PEUGEOT has also changed a lot, opening up new avenues to move towards mobility services, to offer the markets new successful vehicles. It has not stopped evolving through breakthrough technology and suave design. Recent addition to the lion's clan is the Peugeot 2008. With its exhilarating design and 3D i-cockpit, the 2008 is one to enhance the driver's experience and offering the market new successful vehicles… and, of course, developing elec [...]

After the events of the oil spill from the MV Wakashio in the south east of the Mauritius, NGOs have started mobilizing cleaning campaigns all around the island. In order to restore a blue economy, multiple project developments initiative in collaboration of numerous companies have already started and Axess wasn’t going to be less a part of this admirable movement.

Suzuki Jimny

Built for fun

 

Arshad Badul, our Brand Activation Specialist, went for an off-road vehicle test of the new Suzuki Jimny! Guaranteed, you will fall in love!

For him, “Jimny’s have extremely loyal buyers, but for everyone potentially warded off by the new model going ‘fashion’, I’d wager it’s already won five new fans via social media who’s never have had it on their radar before.”

More importantly, its smallness and simplicity mean it’s incredibly engaging to pilot: you can see where your wheels are at all times, feel the tires catching or slipping, and hear the drive line whining when off throttle.

After months of being confined, slowly Mauritius is unwrapping and venturing outside again.  What is ‘normal’ is questioned and redefined thoroughly. During this period came the idea of #microadventures, the idea of exploring the surroundings of Mauritius. Whispers were that a documentary photographer was already up for the adventure.

The concept of #microadventures is to get you on the move and give out location pins around Mauritius to discover like discovering the Chinese culture of China Town through the perspective of the its residents, its stories, food, wall graffiti and the story around every turn and corner.

#WalkMauritius by renowned International documentary photographer, Paul Choy was the right excuse to plug the #microadventures project. They say pictures speak a thousand word and Paul narrates euphoric story-telling through his travel stories. “Walk Mauritius is about reconnecting with the journey. With this walk, I want to explore Mauritius – taking the time to appreciate the things that other people miss as they drive by – sharing the stories of the island's ocean, land, mountains and people” says Paul.

Michelin along with Spare parts and Liqui Moly organized a huge destockage event on the 6th, 7th & 8th of August.

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