Honda Malaysia has sold over 900,000 units of the Big H since it was established here 17 years ago. That’s a pretty huge accomplishment and definitely a reason to whip out the confetti and they’re doing just that with the “Road To 900,000th Unit Milestone Campagn” that’s culminating with a huge celebration at the open-air car park of the Bukit Jalil Stadium over the coming 28-29 September 2019 weekend.
“In July 2019, we launched the “Road to 900,000th Unit Milestone Campaign” with the tagline “Terima Kasih 900K”, to thank Malaysians for their unwavering support towards Honda Malaysia by giving away nine Honda models as a reward. I am pleased to note that the giveaway campaign is getting active participation from customers nationwide,” said Honda Malaysia Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Toichi Ishiyama.
To commemorate the occasion, they’re in the midst of giving out nine Honda vehicles to lucky customers that go for a test drive at showrooms and with two units already in new homes, there’s still seven more to be given away. You can check out Honda Malaysia’s campgin website or their Facebook page for more details on the giveaway.
There’ll be a number of fun and informative activities in store for the entire family over the coming weekend. These include the “Frontier of Innovation” showcase for visitors to experience Honda’s Next Generation Advanced Technologies such as Sport Hybrid i-DCD X-ray Scanner, the Sport Hybrid i-DCD and VTEC Turbocharged Game Tower.
The kids can dive into the games and activities prepared. It’ll be a wet one so bring a change of clothes for the likes of the Giant Water Slide, Insta-Luminous displays, Pedal Cart, Racing Simulator and many more.
It goes without saying that those interested in test driving the models can do so as well.
“I would like to invite all Malaysians to celebrate this meaningful occasion with us and join the activities at the Grand Finale, which are specially arranged for Malaysians, from kids to adults. At the event as well, we will be previewing the New Civic to the public,” added Ishiyama.