Car and General opens new showroom in Lodwar Town


David Chesoni (center), the Car and General Chief Operating Officer, Sanjay Sethi (left), the National TVS Sales Manager, cut a ribbon to officially open the TVS showroom in Lodwar. The dealer will offer sales, service and spare parts for TVS motorbikes.
David Chesoni (center), the Car and General Chief Operating Officer, Sanjay Sethi (left), the National TVS Sales Manager, cut a ribbon to officially open the TVS showroom in Lodwar. The dealer will offer sales, service and spare parts for TVS motorbikes.

Car and General Kenya has opened a new TVS dealer in Lodwar as part of the company’s plan to take its products closer to its customers.  The dealer will offer sales, service and spare parts for TVS motorbikes.

The showroom opening was graced by Car and General Chief Operating Officer David Chesoni who said that the opening is in line with the company’s vision of making customers smile by ensuring that its presence is available in every street, every town.

The new showroom was opened in Lodwar town. This brings convenience to the company’s customers who were forced to frequently travel all the way to Kitale to access product and services from the company. The Showroom will offer customers the ability of purchasing their preferred brand that has been trusted for over 50 years in the Kenyan Market.

“Opening of this showroom in Lodwar takes us a step forward in helping us to reach out to customers and expand our market share. We are confident that our customers in Lodwar will now enjoy our quality products and unmatched customer support offered by our competitive people,” said Mr. Chesoni.

Popular motorbike models of the TVS brand, including HLX 125, HLX 100, and Star Basic amongst others will be displayed at the outlet.

Since the beginning of the year, Car and General has opened dealerships in Homabay and Moyale. The company is planning to open new stores in Bondo, Kericho and Litein before the end of the year.

The company currently has branches in Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru, Kisii, Bungoma, Kitale, Eldoret, Siaya, Voi, Malindi and Kitengela.

All Car and General stores remain open from 8am to 5pm every weekday.