Volkswagen India Announces Monsoon Car Care Service

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Volkswagen Passenger Cars have begun offering its monsoon car care service to its customers across the country. The monsoon auto care service will be available at Volkswagen service centers across India from June 1. During the rainy season, technicians at Volkswagen-approved workshops will perform a complimentary 10-point monsoon vehicle health check, as well as evaluate the vehicle for parts and accessories that need to be updated. The company has also recently begun the second phase of its TCO campaign, with the goal of lowering total maintenance costs by up to 25%.

Commenting on the announcement, Ashish Gupta, Brand Director, Volkswagen Passenger Cars India said, “For Volkswagen India, safety and convenience of its customers has always been a top priority. With the restricted vehicle movement due to the lockdown situation, it is indeed important that all vehicles are checked periodically for the safety & comfort of our customers for a hassle-free driving experience. It is our endeavor to offer best in class services and peace-of-mind ownership experience, by delivering the Volkswagen standard service and expertise.”

The monsoon car care service is available for the entire product range. Customers whose car services were due and were missed during the lockdown period would receive extended comprehensive service support, according to the company. To ensure the safety of vehicles and occupants during the monsoons, Volkswagen India is offering a complimentary 10-point monsoon check-up on tyres and batteries as part of its monsoon car care campaign. Volkswagen India also provides a complete car sanitization service, as well as anti-microbial treatments, fumigation, and ozone treatments. The company’s dealerships are sanitized on a regular basis and follow all safety regulations.

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