Hyundai opens its Body and Paint Facility in Lahore


Hyundai Lahore achieves another milestone by opening its state-of-the-art body & paint facility at Waris Road Lahore. It also launched its mobile service van for roadside assistance.

The body & paint facility is equipped with a high standard chassis aligner, advanced technology body welding, and modern paint booth and preparation bays. The opening of this facility gives Hyundai customers access to international quality of denting, painting and repair services for their vehicles. The facility also has an air-conditioned customer waiting area which provides customers with a convenient place to relax while their car is being worked upon.

The launch of Hyundai Express Care – Mobile Van (Roadside Assistance) will provide its customers access to quick service in case of a road-side breakdown.

The assistance is just a phone call away (042-111-111-466). The mobile van is fully equipped with mechanical kits and an in-built generator, with trained expert mechanics, now Hyundai customers can avail reliable repair services not just at the 3S dealership but also on the road.

With Hyundai, its Right Here, Right Care!


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  • Bilal

    The purpose of following comment is just to highlight some concerns for Pakwheels management:

    Pakwheels being an undisclosed partner of Suzuki Motors (Suzuki certified cars available on Pakwheels, is a proof) is trying its best to not to criticize Suzuki. Have they ever carried out an analysis in the increase in Suzuki cars prices (like in case of Wagon R, nearly 3Lacs hike) with respect of RsVs$ depreciation. Every graduate can prove it easily that even if we account all the factors like FED etc even then this increase can’t be justified.

    I hope soon govt would allow again the imports of foreign cars as very smartly Suzuki is playing its game to loot money from people of Pakistan. These all are foreign companies and they are in Pakistan to make money & give back to Japan.

    They are present in Pakistan for more than 30 years but still they are not willing to localize all the parts 100%. Pakwheel is losing its credibility in the eyes of people slowly but steadily. I miss those days, when their policy was more focused on the concerns of the public of Pakistan during its initial many years; not about the concerns of auto companies & their money making tactics.

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