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Mitsubishi opens latest car dealership in Bogo

PT Mitsubishi Krama Yudha Sales Indonesia (MMKSI), the authorized distributor of Japan’s Mitsubishi passenger and light commercial vehicles, opened a new car dealership on Monday in Parung, Bogor Regency, West Java.

The dealership, in cooperation with DETA group, was built to target the growing demand for passenger vehicles in Parung area, Bogor. It is equipped with complete range of Mitsubishi’s product lines, including the Pajero Sport, Outlander Sport, Delica, Mirage and Triton.

The car dealer in Parung was inaugurated by Kyoya Kondo, MMKSI president director and Dedy Tedja, PT Batavia Bintang Berlian Parung president commissioner.

"The car dealer in Parung is Mitsubishi's 90th network of passenger-vehicle sales points in Indonesia. With the inauguration of this dealership, we hope to continuously improve the quality of both sales and post-sale services to strengthen consumer confidence in Mitsubishi Motors brand," Kondo said.

Meanwhile, PT Batavia Bintang Berlian Parung is Mitsubishi's 11th dealership of passenger vehicles in cooperation with MMKSI and DETA Group. It has two floors and a service capacity of up to 20 vehicles per day. (dsi/ags)

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