Mitsubishi Motors Thailand Opens New Outlet in Kosumpisai District

Mitsubishi Motors Thailand Opens New Outlet in Kosumpisai District

Mitsubishi Motors Thailand Opens New Outlet in Kosumpisai District, Mahasarakham

Mitsubishi Motors (Thailand) Co., Ltd., continues to strengthen its dealer network expansion and deliver reassurance in its customer services under the ‘Rao Doo Lae, Khun Khae Khab’ (We Take Care, You Just Drive). The latest collaboration with Mitsunanamahasarakham Co., Ltd. results in the opening of new outlet in Mahasarakham and known as Mitsunanamahasarakham Co., Ltd., (Kosumpisai). This latest outlet aims to expand company's service coverage for customers in Kosumpisai district and adjacent areas and also advance company's ability to satisfy an ever-growing number of Mitsubishi’s customers. With professional staff and advanced equipment, customers can be reassured of comprehensive care and feel more confident in every drive with Mitsubishi vehicles. 

Mr. Eiichi Koito, President and CEO, Mitsubishi Motors Thailand, said “Opening our third dealership facility in Mahasarakham is a special milestone for Mitsubishi Motors Thailand and also for our growing customer base in Northeastern. We are right on track in our dealer network expansion with a focus on strengthening presence in key markets across the country. We are delighted to open yet another outlet in Mahasarakham with our long standing partner, Mitsunanamahasarakham Co., Ltd. This new outlet will play an instrumental role for Mitsubishi’s brand in creating an unrivalled experiences for our discerning customers. We will continue to enhance our service quality, premium brand experiences and customer satisfaction”.  

In addition to quality products and services, all Mitsubishi outlets stress high level of hygiene by implementing precautionary measures including body temperature screening at main entrance, always wearing face mask while assisting customers, frequently cleaning all high-touch areas in outlet, and disinfecting vehicle after maintenance service. To ensure that all customers will be safe and healthy when visit to our outlets nationwide.

Mitsunanamahasarakham Co., Ltd., (Kosumpisai) is now ready to provide a convenience and professional services to customers. It offers a high quality retail environment, incorporating with Mitsubishi Motors’ corporate identity which found across showrooms globally, in line with the global brand strategy of ‘Drive your Ambition’. It is also fully-equipped with advanced vehicle workshop tools and equipment, manned by a total of seventeen staffs who have been trained as per Mitsubishi’s standards to provide the most comprehensive services to our customers, including recommendation on new vehicles and vehicle maintenance services.

To celebrate the 60th Anniversary of Mitsubishi Motors Thailand, Mitsunanamahasarakham Co., Ltd., (Kosumpisai) will join the celebration, extending our appreciation to the customers of Mitsubishi Motors Thailand through an anniversary campaign titled ‘Celebrate 60th Anniversary of Mitsubishi Motors in Thailand, Giveaway 60 million Baht’. Customers who purchase any Mitsubishi vehicle before December 31, 2021, earn an opportunity to win the big reward - six 60-baht gold bars, worth THB 1,638,000. Other rewards include 60 six-baht gold bars, 400 Samsung 65” QLED 4K Smart TVs and 800 iPhone 12 64GB, with a total worth over THB 60 million. The campaign runs until 31 December 2021.

Mitsunanamahasarakham, Kosumpisai Branch is located on 2, Moo 23, Huakwang District, Mahasarakham province, 44140. Customers can contact the showroom and service center for a test-drive or a service appointment at 043 750 235

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