ExxonMobil opens four Mobil Car Care service centers in Hyderabad

ExxonMobil Lubricants today inaugurated four Mobil Car Care Elite service centers in Hyderabad. The flagship chains, launched in association with independent workshop owners, aim to provide a premium automotive service experience to vehicle owners. Mobil brand ambassador and Tokyo Olympic Games medalist Bajrang Punia was present at the facility opening.

The new Mobil Car Care Elite service centers are Checkered Flag Auto and Vasant Motors in Madhapur, 7th Gear Automobiles in Serelingampally and Total RNS Motors in Kondapur.

Commenting on the expansion, Rupinder Paintal, Market Development Manager for ExxonMobil Lubricants, said, “Hyderabad is an important market for us at ExxonMobil and we are delighted to launch Mobil Car Care Elite service centers with Bajrang Punia. This association with independent workshop owners will allow our customers in Hyderabad to have access to high-end service centers and experience the best of Mobil while having their vehicles serviced with confidence in a flagship center.

Initially launched in Bengaluru and Delhi NCR, Mobil is expanding the flagship program to select cities in India, including Hyderabad.

Mobil Car Care Elite outlets will offer expert maintenance recommendations and a detailed inspection. Customers of these workshops will receive the highest quality lubricants and standardized service from a team of highly trained and committed independent workshop owners.

At the beginning of November this year, ExxonMobil Lubricants announced the renewal of its association of brand ambassadors with Tokyo Olympic Games medalists – Neeraj Chopra, Mirabai Chanu and Bajrang Punia – for Mobil India. Tokyo 2020 was India’s most successful Olympic campaign with a total of seven medals. While Neeraj Chopra became the first track and field athlete and the second Indian to win an individual gold medal, Mirabai Chanu is the first Indian weightlifter to win a silver medal. Bajrang Punia, who won a bronze medal, is the only Indian wrestler to have won three medals at the world wrestling championships.





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