Sakura Car Sales Centre will give buyers who purchase cars from the centre with free vehicle services for one year, a company official said.
The centre opened on Kabar Aye Pagoda road last month with brand new automobiles and used cars for sale.
Over 90 percent of the automobiles at the centre are Japanese, with 80 percent of the vehicles manufactured by Toyota, the company’s director Ko Zaw Aung said.
“By providing customers with maintenance and support services, we hope to increase consumer interest in the business,” he said.
Sakura will provide insurance to customers who purchase cars from its dealership with the cost dependent upon the type and age of the vehicle sold.
The company will cooperate with the World Treasure Bank to organise the long-term installments of these agreements.
But another car dealer Ko Aung Thein said despite the improvements in Myanmar’s car industry it will take time for consumer demand to increase.
“The problem is not everybody in Myanmar can purchase a car because people earning low incomes just can’t afford the cost of purchasing and running an automobile,” he said.