Message from the Dealer Principle
Hyundai Sandton boasts to being the biggest independent Hyundai dealership in the country.
The Hyundai product speaks for itself, having risen into the top 5 volume sellers in the world. Along with the pride I have in the attitude of my staff, from the sales executives, service centre senior staff through to the technicians, administration and cleaning staff is what makes Hyundai Sandton the success that it presently is.
Our staff retention over the years has resulted in a crew that know their business in all areas. The sales staff some of whom have been with us since inception, know their product and client base extremely well and do an average of 30% of the monthly sales by way of repeat buyers and referals.
That apprehensive feeling you have when you walk into a new car dealership does not exist at Sandton, the
Our service centre is headed by Grant Vere-Russell as workshop manager. Errol Ellie is our costing clerk and Alet Herbst is our warranty clerk, James Anderson as foreman and master technician and 12 technicians. Four experienced service advisories (Nareen Singh, Nhlanhla Mdluli, Charlene Coetzee and Janet Mothoagae). Brett Le Roux handles our customer service. These people between them can boast well in excess of 100 years of experience in motor industry.
We take in approxomately 45 service/repair bookings a day and can proudly show that on our CSI scores under
Our parts department division has Brian Van Nelson as parts manager and Nick Kent, Jermaine Palmer and Henry Gallant as parts sales executives. Brian Van Nelson has been in the motor trade for 30 years plus and has served 7 years as parts manager at Hyundai. He is dedicated to customer care and will give only the best service.
My assurance to you is that we will give the best service possible and if we drop the occasional ball, my office has no doors and I
welcome clients input, whether complaint or boquet.
Hyundai Automotive South Africa (Pty) Ltd
Hyundai Automotive South Africa in partnership with Associated Motor Holdings will ensure that the needs of all our customers are met and that the highest level of service is provided. Hyundai SA will ensure that every aspect of the motor ownership experience is in place; from the purchase, to servicing and parts availability.
Many of the Dealerships in the Hyundai network have a long and well respected history in the motor trade and the dedication and expertise that have brought them to these positions will undoubtedly form the foundation for customer care in the future.
Since inception, Hyundai SA has established a network of over 80 dealerships in Southern Africa, including Namibia and Botswana. Hyundai has a wide range of products and have a particularly good name for maintaining high customer service standards.
The team at Hyundai Automotive South Africa took on an enormous challenge in 2000, with the acquisition of the Hyundai franchise, but the steady growth of vehicle sales, and return to form of the brand, amongst the South African motoring public, is no surprise.
Hyundai Automotive South Africa will continue to expand its model range, and facilities ahead of demand, to ensure that it leads, rather than follows, in the Automotive Industry.
Our mission is clear: To grow our brand, on a reputation built on integrity; recognizable style, reliability and superior build quality.
Hyundai Automotive South Africa’s Managing Director, Mr. Alan Ross says: “When we took on this challenge, we knew what we had to accomplish, and we understood that it wasn’t going to be easy, but; “What the mind of a man can conceive and believe, the mind of a man can achieve.”
This has been our strategy from the beginning and we haven’t looked back for a moment…”
Hyundai Motor Company Korea
Established in 1967, Hyundai Motor Co. has grown into the Hyundai-Kia Automotive Group which was ranked as the world’s fifth-largest automaker since 2007 and includes over two dozen auto-related subsidiaries and affiliates. Employing over 75,000 people worldwide, Hyundai Motor sold approximately 2.8 million vehicles globally in 2008, posting sales of US$25.6 billion on a non-consolidated basis (using the average currency exchange of 1257.5 won per US dollar). Hyundai vehicles are sold in 193 countries through some 6,000 dealerships and showrooms.
Hyundai Motor Company Korea has also displayed a high level of commitment to the AMH operation and to Southern Africa’s future, both from an economic and political point of view. With this in mind, the message from Imperial, AMH and Hyundai Motor Company Korea is clearly that we are all serious about the automotive market and that we are in South Africa to stay.
Hyundai Automotive South Africa was selected as the Global distributor of the Year in 2005, which only serves to confirm the importance of South Africa to Hyundai Motor Co.