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KIA Motors Nigeria, as a customer centric automobile company and a driver of continuous improvement on all customer touch points have been awarded the prestigious Nigeria Customer Service Award (NCSA) in the automobile category. This year’s edition of the award ceremony, sponsored by Heritage Bank was held at the Ibeto Hotel in Abuja and was chaired by Senator Umaru Dahiru, the Chairman, Senate Committee on Human and Legal Rights.

Israel Igiri

Japanese auto major Toyota is to start selling it’s “Mirai’’ hydrogen-powered vehicle in Japan on the 15th of December, 2015 making it the world’s first seller of fuel-cell vehicles (FCVs) for general consumers.
The new generation green car can drive up to 650 km on a single tank of hydrogen and emits only vapour, adding fuel only needs about three minutes.

In a bid to make owning a new car easy, accessible and affordable for all, Kia Motors Nigeria partners Diamond Bank to offer an unbeatable auto loan scheme to potential customers starting from as low as N37,000 monthly payment plan. The auto finance scheme is premised on the success of the previous partnership that paved way for many a people to own a Kia of their choice.

The 2015 Nissan Altima continues to be a top choice among family sedans, delivering excellent fuel economy and a rare blend of comfort and agility, foremost American online resource for automotive information, Edmunds.com recently affirmed.
The online resource also described the Altima as stylish, bold and aggressive with long body lines that distinguishes the sedan from close rivals like Toyota Camry, Honda Accord, Hyundai Sonata, Volkswagen Passat and secondary contenders as Mazda 6, Chevy Malibu, Ford Fusion and Kia Optima.

Country representatives of Ashok Leyland India, Ashok Leyland Nigeria Limited has announced plans  to fortify its services in Nigeria with the introduction of total transport solution and end-to-end support for customers to improve the operating economics of the brand during its life cycle.
The country Manager of Ashok Leyland Nigeria Limited, Mr. Nujum Riyaz, gave this hint at the commissioning of the company’s new office location along Mobolaji Johnson Avenue Ikeja, Lagos,  saying modern technological advancement in vehicles including new engine and fuel systems’ design have raised the consciousness of customers as well as demand for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) service with effective aftermarket support.

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