It’s business as usual at DT Dobie in Lusaka Road and the new Uhuru highway showroom opposite the Nyayo Stadium with customers and DT Dobie staff complying with the rules which the Government has introduced to limit the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19. The Company has taken great care with temperature checks, hand sanitizing and social distancing which have become routine in public areas throughout Kenya.
The workshop in Lusaka road continues to provide servicing and repairs by factory trained technicians and the spares department is proving popular with motorists, wholesalers and fleet owners buying parts and service kits.
The Express Service is in great demand for speedy minor services while vehicles requiring major work are looked after in the state of the art main workshop which caters for Mercedes and Volkswagen passenger cars and Actros and Hyundai trucks. DT Dobie branches in Mombasa, Nakuru and Kisumu are busy with servicing and repairs using spares drawn from stocks of genuine parts.
The new Nairobi showroom is easy to reach for users of the Uhuru highway and is becoming well known. It is receiving a growing number of visitors to review the range of Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen models on display.
In both showrooms visitors are keenly interested in the Volkswagen Polo Vivo Comfortline. This compact four door salon is powered by a fuel efficient 1.6 litre engine mated with an automatic gear box. The impressive list of standard equipment includes air-conditioning, Bluetooth connectivity, USB/CD and SD card slot, alloy wheels and dual airbags.
To liven the motor industry business scene DT Dobie is offering buyers of white Polo Vivos free petrol for one year. This promotion is proving to be popular and is helping to swell the numbers of Volkswagens on the Kenya roads.