Published on June 6th, 2013 | by Trevor Lamenya9
RMA Motors Kenya opens Jaguar and Land Rover service centre in Nairobi
Newly appointed Jaguar and Land Rover dealer RMA today officially opened its first Nairobi service center situated at Kampala Road Industrial area.
The RMA’s CEO Mr. Sanjiv Shah, stated that the new state-of-the-art facility will handle all Jaguar and Land Rover models currently available and offer customer to it’s clients in line with the Jaguar Land Rover’s quality assurance service charter.
He further added that RMA has invested over 1million US Dollars for the purchase of equipment and staff training with an aim of offering world-class service to customers as well as provide employment to young Kenyans interested in the automotive industry.
RMA will compete with the established luxury brands like Mercedes Benz and BMW by positioning the Jaguar Land Rover brand portfolio competitively.
According to Mr. Shah the retail prices of Jaguar and Land Rover models will be priced 10% lower than the current market value and RMA will give a 3-year 100,000KM warranty on all vehicles besides the 2 year 60,000KM free servicing plan for all models.
RMA has embarked on an expansion programme that will see the group commission a brand new showroom in August to be located within the Westlands area,
“Being part of such a large global organization has enabled us to setup the Kenyan operation in record time”. RMA will make significant investments in vehicle and parts inventories and the state of the art premises will meet globally set standards.
We will make further announcements as we progress,” Sanjiv concluded.
RMA Motors Kenya is part of the RMA Group, which was established in 1986. The Group has its headquarters in Thailand, employing over 7,000 people globally and is the largest Jaguar Land Rover dealer with its tentacles spread in over 64 countries.
They also are the sole approved vehicle modification partner for Jaguar and Land Rover, with their product portfolio ranging from Amoured vehicles to specialized transport solution provisions like Cash-in-transit, ambulances and mine site operation vehicles.