Published on October 24th, 2016 | by Subhash Nair


Perodua’s Tweckbot Returns This Deepavali for More Free Inspections

The Perodua Tweckbot team is back to give a free 50-point vehicle inspection for its customers, the latest held at Taiping, Perak in conjunction with Deepavali.

The Perodua Tweckbot team has inspected over 4,000 vehicles since the programme began in 2011 and aims to further increase that number in order to give its customers peace of mind, particularly when travelling to their respective kampungs during festive seasons.


“We thank our customers who participated in this Corporate Responsibility programme and we wish you a safe and pleasant drive to meet your loved ones during this festival of lights,” Perodua President & CEO, Datuk (Dr) Aminar Rashid Salleh said.


The 50-point safety check includes an engine check, transmission check, coolant system (include coolant level, fan and temperature), brake system check (include brake fluid and brake pad wear) power steering system check, clutch system check, tyre check, suspension check, electrical system check (include battery, lights and water checks) and engine diagnosis.


In addition to the free 50-point safety check, Perodua will also offer a 20% discount on parts and accessories to its customers who participate in the programme. (Terms and conditions apply).


While waiting for the car to be inspected, the Perodua customers can also register to be a member of Perodua’s UFirst programme, which offers attractive bargains as well as alert on Perodua’s latest promotions and activities. Members are encouraged to refer UFirst’s official website as well as through a mobile app available at Play Store or the App Store.

“We wish everyone a happy and bright Deepavali,” Aminar said. He added: “For our customers, please take the opportunity to visit the Perodua service centre most convenient for you to ensure your Perodua is in the best shape for a long journey, because at Perodua, You Matter Most!”

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