Yamaha and GT-Max Launch First Yamaha Star Centre

  • HLYM and GT-Max Motors convert their shop to the first Yamaha Star Centre.
  • Besides being a 3S (Sales, Service, Spare Parts) Centre, it also offers customers a greater experience.
  • HLYM will have more Yamaha Star Centres throughout the country.

Hong Leong Yamaha Motor Sdn. Bhd. (HLYM) has collaborated with Taman Muda, Shah Alam’s premier motorcycle centre, GT-Max Motors (M) Sdn. Bhd. to transform the long-standing Yamaha Star Shop to their first Yamaha Star Centre. The Yamaha Star Centre was launched on Sunday, 27th August 2017.

The Yamaha Star Centre offers a unique lifestyle showroom concept experience to Yamaha’s customers. The centre also incorporate the Yamaha Star Management System to enhance the level of aftersales service. The Yamaha Star Centre is an exclusive 3S (Sales, Service and Spare Parts) showroom, hence only genuine Yamaha parts will be used.

It is also noteworthy that HLYM’s Technical Department has issued a fuel injector testing machine to GT-Max’s workshop, and will follow through with other authorized dealers in short order.

HLYM is planning to increase the number of Yamaha Star Centres in stages throughout Malaysia to offer the same great experience to customers.

Another important point, GT-Max Motors (M) Sdn. Bhd.’s riders were the champion and runner-up of the inaugural Yamaha NVX Challenge race, held during the Jasin, Melaka Cub Prix round on 6th August 2017.

The launch event atmosphere was that of a carnival, attended by hundreds of people. GT-Max offered special one-day prices as a reward. There was also a lucky draw, consisting of prizes ranging from GT Max goodie bags, Samsung cellphones, to electrical items, to GIVI and X-Dot helmets, and the Grand Prize of a Yamaha Solariz 125 scooter.

The public were given the opportunity to test ride HLYM’s latest star scooter, the NVX 155. Customers’ motorcycles were also treated to a bike wash. An inflatable playground was set up for the attendees’ children.

Lending support to the event were GIVI Malaysia who drove up in their GIVI Bus; Dainese Malaysia who displayed their latest riding gear; Motorparts Asia who showed off their KYT helmets, Shoei helmets, X-Dot helmets, and a few other distributors of high-quality goods.

Gracing the event were various Yamaha motorcycle clubs.