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Mitsubishi Motors opens the first full dealership in Gaborone

Mitsubishi Motors extended its reach into Africa by adding a new fully-fledged Mitsubishi dealership in Gaborone. The new dealership, known as Mitsubishi Motors Gaborone, owned and managed by the BB Motors group, offers a showroom for new vehicle sales, including a comprehensive workshop.

 “Our new Mitsubishi dealership offers a full range of brand-new Mitsubishi vehicles available on the African continent,” says Zain Bhamjee, who takes up the role as Dealer Principal. The Bhamjee family, owners of BB Motors, have been in the motor industry for the last 42 years.

The new dealership is situated at Plot 17955, Luthuli Road, Gaborone, and will be open for business on weekdays from 07:30 to 17:30 and on Saturdays from 08:00 to 12:30. Their contact number is +267 397 4440/1/7 and more details of the new dealership will be available on the website at www.bbmotors.co.bw soon.

“Mitsubishi Motors South Africa does not have a share in the Botswana dealership,” says Campbell. MMSA operates 58 dealerships and service centres in Southern Africa and assists with dealerships or service centres in all its neighbouring countries (Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mocambique as well as Eswatini (Swaziland) but not Lesotho (which is served by the Ladybrand branch). This includes two in Malawi and two in Zambia, with Mitsubishi Motors Botswana now an independent dealership.

“Mitsubishi owners now have access to 59 dealers and service centres all over Southern Africa where they can have their Mitsubishi Pajeros, Tritons and everything else in the MMSA stable pampered or even upgraded to the latest versions,” concludes Campbell.

Bhamjee says the team is extremely excited about their new dealership after running a Mitsubishi Service Centre over the last few years. “Mitsubishi owners or prospective customers are invited to visit us at the new premises,” invites Bhamjee.

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