Salvador Caetano launches a Ksh.350M showroom in Kenya

Portuguese multinational Salvador Caetano Group has launched a new one-stop showroom in Kenya.

The company says it has invested Ksh 350M into this automotive hub that is strategically located alongside their service workshop. 

The company offers Distribution and Retail of New vehicles and Aftersales services that include comprehensive Aftersales care, i.e. spare parts and accessory sales and full valet services. Its product offerings are from the Hyundai stable, which include the Hyundai Santa Fe, Hyundai Tucson, Hyundai Creta, Hyundai Grand i10, Hyundai H1 Van and the Hyundai H100.  From the Renault stable, the company offers the Renault Kwid, Renault Kwid Climber, Renault Triber, Renault Duster, Renault Kangoo and the Renault Koleos.

“We are pleased to bring a unique service experience to the automotive industry in Kenya.  We provide high-end services to suit your unique automotive expectations, offering a surprise and delightful ownership experience.  Our Automotive hub is a one-stop shop designed for quality, reliability and convenience. “ the company said in a statement. 

“Our over 70 years of history dedicated to industry and the automotive sector and understanding of the automotive market gives us an edge, and we are confident we’ll play a significant role in the growing success story of Hyundai and Renault brands in Kenya.”

Salvador Caetano Group is the sole Distributor and Retailer of Hyundai and Renault Passenger vehicles in the Kenyan market.  The Hyundai Dealership, additional to passenger vehicles, also retails the 1.5-ton Hyundai H-100, which is a versatile and dynamic flatbed truck.

Salvador Caetano Group (SCG) has a presence in more than 100 companies spread across Europe and Africa.  The global presence is in 37 countries on 3 continents, selling over a 100 thousand vehicles annually, with over 7,000 employees.

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