Still not fully operational, Volvo claims to have sold 100 cars

Still not fully operational, Volvo claims to have sold 100 cars

Jakarta – Volvo Cars Indonesia is not yet fully operational, but has achieved positive results in car sales.

Yoshiya Horigome, President Director of Volvo Cars Indonesia, in his official statement recently said that the sales figures of Volvo cars have exceeded the initial estimates in Indonesia by exceeding the first 100 units before the official launch of the first showroom.

There are at least two models of Volvo cars that account for the most sales.

“The C40 and XC40BEV are two popular models, accounting for 50% of total sales and continuing to increase,” said Horigome.

Horigome added that the company wants to build the Volvo Cars brand by convincing customers on its unique foundation of value, safety, quality, and having a positive impact on the environment.

Volvo Workshop and Service Center Opens in July

As a form of service for customers who want to service their cars, Volvo Cars Indonesia plans to open a workshop and service center in July 2023.

Workshops and service centers use solar panels to reduce electricity consumption and rainwater treatment systems to reduce the environmental impact of their operations. This move is in line with Volvo’s commitment to sustaining the environment.

Customers will be serviced by a team of certified Volvo mechanics who have received training from Volvo L&D Technical & Service Business | APEC.

In the same section, there is a charging station with a capacity of 22 kWh that can be used by customers.

Volvo Claims To Have Sold 100 Cars

In the future, Volvo Cars Indonesia will increase the number of charging stations to make it easier for customers to charge their electric car batteries.

After the workshop and service center are operational, next month the Swedish brand will launch the opening of the showroom.

“Being the brand that pioneered the penetration of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles in the luxury segment carries a major role for Volvo Cars in setting the standard for customer satisfaction. Volvo Cars aims to create an ownership experience that is sensitive to customer needs to get long-term loyalty from customers,” concluded Horigome.

Author: Santo Sirait

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