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Isuzu commits to keeping trucks on the road during Covid-19

PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa – Isuzu Motors SA has acknowledged that essential services to keep the country Africa moving goods during the Covid-19 crisis need support so Chris Jonck, Isuzu SA’s after-sales services boss. has committed to keeping its commercial vehicles on the roads.

“Our after-sales team is on standby,” he said, ”and customers can be assured that their vehicles will get the technical support to minimise downtime, ensuring an ongoing supply of essential products and services.”


The automaker is also giving a month’s grace to vehicle warranties and will support corrosion inspection up to Friday, May 15 2020 regardless of kilometres covered and the age of the vehicle.

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Jonck added: “We are committed to ongoing service and support to customers carrying out essential services during the lockdown and taking into consideration the limitations of getting vehicles serviced during this time.”

ISUZU COMMITS TO SERVICE SUPPORT. SA team promises to keep trucks on the roads during Covid-19 lockdown. Image: Isuzu SA

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