Mitsubishi Hua Hin vs Cha Am vs Pranburi

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Mitsubishi Hua Hin vs Cha Am vs Pranburi

Post by benji57 » Thu Aug 31, 2017 11:57 am

I made a periodically service check at Mitsubishi Hua Hin and I'm a litte bit sceptical .....
Any recommendation for service check: Mitsubishi Hua Hin vs Mitsubishi Cha Am vs Mistsubishi Pranburi ?
Thanks.

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Re: Mitsubishi Hua Hin vs Cha Am vs Pranburi

Post by HHTel » Thu Aug 31, 2017 12:50 pm

Not sure about Pranburi but I always go to Mits Cha-am. It's a genuine Mitsubishi dealership as opposed to an 'authorised dealer'. They are fully equipped even to having a body shop. A bit of a trek but well worth it.

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Re: Mitsubishi Hua Hin vs Cha Am vs Pranburi

Post by Dannie Boy » Thu Aug 31, 2017 2:06 pm

I too use the Cha Am dealership, mainly because it's a lot closer to where I live, but having experienced the level of service they offer, I would use them irrespective of location. The manager speaks very good English and is very helpful

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Re: Mitsubishi Hua Hin vs Cha Am vs Pranburi

Post by benji57 » Thu Aug 31, 2017 2:17 pm

HHTel wrote:
Thu Aug 31, 2017 12:50 pm
Not sure about Pranburi but I always go to Mits Cha-am. It's a genuine Mitsubishi dealership as opposed to an 'authorised dealer'. They are fully equipped even to having a body shop. A bit of a trek but well worth it.
Thanks, I 'll go to Cha Am for next service check.

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Re: Mitsubishi Hua Hin vs Cha Am vs Pranburi

Post by huahin4ever » Thu Aug 31, 2017 6:25 pm

I agree. In the beginning I used Hua Hin, but the whole experience there felt very amateurish for being a dealership. The last year we have only used Cha Am, and are very pleased with that dealer.
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