Mercedes-Benz at Your Service
Muscat – Continuing to set the gold standard for safe driving in the Sultanate, Mercedes-Benz Oman has launched its second Service Week of the year, under the patronage of Waleed Bin Ali Al Rawahi, Director of Complaints at the Public Authority for Consumer Protection. Running from the 1st to the 5th of November, the initiative is offering a free vehicle inspection for all Mercedes-Benz passenger cars at its exclusive network of specialist service centres in Muscat, Sohar and Salalah.
“Building on the success of our previous popular Service Weeks and safe driving initiatives, we are delighted to once again invite Mercedes-Benz owners to take advantage of this complementary health check for their vehicles,” commented Clive Hammond, CEO of Zawawi Trading Company-Automotive. “Safety is not something that should be left to chance and at Mercedes-Benz we recognise the important role that regular vehicle inspections play in safe driving. We therefore tailored our Service Weeks to provide the comfort and security our passenger car drivers and their families deserve.”
“Our service sets an absolute automotive industry benchmark and continues to raise the bar for automotive customer care in Oman. It’s a customer focused concept, based on an expert service team with a single point of contact, faster service, and flexibility, ensuring that we deliver unrivalled quality and an exceptional experience every time.”
Underpinned by Mercedes-Benz’ rigorous quality standards, all checks will be carried out by a team of highly-skilled factory trained technicians, using state-of-the arts facilities, equipment and technology. As a special bonus, the Service Week includes a range of exclusive fixed price offers on any repairs that are highlighted during the checks, as well as on genuine spare parts.
Pioneers in road safety, Mercedes-Benz adopt a comprehensive integral safety concept which combines a multitude of intelligent technologies for utmost protection. Its safety philosophy is founded on four components: Prevent, Response, Protect and Rescue, all of which culminate to increase the safety of the passengers and other road users. In fact many of the safety technologies which are today taken for granted as an essential part of any car were developed by Mercedes-Benz. These include the safety passenger compartment with crumple zones, the airbag and the belt tensioners to name but a few.