Following the other automotive companies in the country, Yamaha also extends the date to avail service and warranty benefits. The 2nd wave of Covid-19 has put everything to a halt. The entire healthcare chain in India is completely disrupted. The company mentioned that the customer’s restricted movement is causing them a lot of trouble. The customers are not able to service their vehicles at the scheduled time.
Thus, to provide the customers with some flexibility, India Yamaha Motor took this decision. The Japanese motorcycle maker announced that the customers could avail of the service and warranty related benefits till 30th June 2021. To provide the customers with an interactive digital experience, Yamaha also launched a virtual showroom.
Yamaha Extends Its Support In Covid-19
This follows the ‘Yamaha Lifetime Quality Care Approach’ initiative of the motorcycle maker, aiming to protect the customer’s interest. Yamaha mentioned that the customer could avail of the services like free service, standard warranty, extended warranty and annual maintenance contract under this extension programme. To ensure a seamless and worry-free experience, Yamaha notified about this extension programme to all its dealerships.
To safeguard all its working personnel, Yamaha announced the temporary closure of its manufacturing plants in India. As per the notification, all of Yamaha’s manufacturing plant will remain closed from 15th May till 31st May. The manufacturing plants located in Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu and Surajpur, Uttar Pradesh, will also undergo maintenance to leverage this closure period.
In Other News
Recently, Yamaha revealed the 2021 XSR125 for the global market. As it stands, this motorcycle will not make it to India. To make the most of the growing demand for electric vehicles, Yamaha will soon launch a product in this segment. As rumours suggest, Yamaha is working on an electric scooter named E01. This electric two-wheeler made its first presence at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show. The official release date is not yet out. But, it seems likely that this electric scooter will hit the Indian roads after its global debut.
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