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Our operations are temporarily closed except for essential services and frontliners   Following the government's announcement regarding the COVID-19 situation in Mauritius and in order to ensure your safety and that of our employees, our showrooms and operations are temporarily closed. However, we have now received our work access permit. Under Government guidelines and with limited personnel we are resuming our Aftersales operations for essential services as well as frontliners only and strictly on prior appointment.   For emergency only, please call 24/7: Peugeot, Suzuki, Citroën, Mazda, Ford, Isuzu: 5729 7171 or 5729 6863 Jaguar & Land Rover: 5984 6300   If you are a frontliner: Service for Jaguar, Land Rover, Mazda, Ford, Isuzu: 5498 2367 Service for Peugeot, Citroën, Suzuki: 5728 6070 Body & Paint: 5742 1338 Heavy Machinery: 5728 1181 Michelin / Tyres : 5721 5571 You can also Request an appointment with your WAP number by clicking here. Please note t [...]

Dear Clients and Partners,

We wish to inform you that our aftersales departments are operational as follows:

Departments   If you are a WAP holder: As from Monday 18th May, under Government guidelines and with limited personnel we are resuming our Aftersales operations for essential services as well as WAP holders only and strictly on prior appointment. Request a WAP-only appointment here and our team will get back to you with a proposed date.   If you do NOT have a WAP: You have 2 options: Stay in the safety of your home and benefit from our Pick-Up & Drop-Off service at a special fee, applicable until 5th June. Click here to register your interest. Wait until we are officially granted green light from authorities to fully op [...]

A picture is worth a thousand words. How about a film?

 

And how about a film done right in the middle of these challenging times we are all living and that strikes the right chord with all fellow Mauritians?

Enjoy the tour, stay home and stay safe.

Lester Holmes, our After-Sales Operation Manager, gives you some tips to take care of your vehicle while it’s sitting idle.

You don't have to be a mechanic to take care of your vehicle. To keep everything running smoothly, follow these basic tips once a week:

Start the engine and let it idle for 5 minutes to charge the battery. While the engine is running, check the fluid levels, including the brake fluid and windshield washer fluid. Ensure there is no coolant leakage and that there are no rodents nesting in the engine compartment. Check the coolant level in the expansion tank. Do not open when hot Turn on the air conditioning with the windows open Test the pressure on the brake pedal to see if it is working normally Check that the tires are properly inflated.

Check out our Facebook page for more tips.

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