TRIBUNNEWS.COM, JAKARTA – Some time ago, new vehicle testing was a star rating for the Asean New Car Assessment Program (Acean NCAP) at Wuling Confero.
The rating is the lowest compared to competitors in the LMPV class, such as Toyota Avanza, Daihatsu Xenia, Nissan Serena and Suzuki Ertiga.
And does this affect the Confero sales?
Dian Asmakhani, Wuling Motors Marketing Manager, answered this question.
"Thus, our products will be optimistic about the sales and consumer confidence," said Diane Thursday (15/15/2018).
"The problem is, in fact, the result, whatever our results, our products have been tested internally, and this is a minimal option for those who have been tested for ASEAN NCAP – this is not the best selling version," he continued.
He also said that his party was not concerned with the decrease in consumer confidence in its products.
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"No, we are convinced of safety, even in the highest possible way, it's really over, there's a tire pressure monitoring system, in fact it's over," he said.
To minimize customer misunderstandings, Dyan explains to the client if the security features presented to the Conference are complete and meet the standards.
"We think customers have enough security features in the Wuling Confero series, especially in C and L, we have a lot of peculiarities," Diane said.
"Our goal is to be confident that we are confident in the peculiarities of our safety," said Dian.
This news is published in Gridoto, Wuling Optimistic Asean Rating NCAP does not affect Consumer Confidence