Japanese auto giants to ‘demand payback’ in event of no-deal Brexit : CityAM

Two of Japan’s auto giants will ask the UK to pay them back for any additional custom charges levelled against their cars if it fails to agree a free trade deal with the EU.

The Nikkei reported that Toyota and Nissan will want payments to cover the extra 10 per cent of tax that will be levied against automobile imports from the UK should no agreement be reached.

Read more: Car industry at risk of tariffs even if Brexit deal agreed

The carmakers declined to comment on the reports, but Nissan urged the two to work together to mitigate the potential impact on business.

In a statement, it said: “We urge UK and EU negotiators to work collaboratively towards an orderly, balanced Brexit that will continue to encourage mutually beneficial trade”.

Roughly 1.3m vehicles were made in the UK last year, almost half of which were manufactured by Japanese companies.

Read More

Read More

Powering convenience, Carzilla launches as the UAE’s newest auto service giants

Carzilla comes with a variety of auto-offerings that range from minor to major and full services
Image Credit: Supplied

Dubai: Born out of the aim to ease the process of automobile services and steer UAE residents to a seamless solution, Carzilla was designed to enhance customer experience and engagement, paired with convenience. This on-demand provision will provide doorstep car servicing facilities to customers with the touch of a button, all through their web platform and mobile app boasting of unique tools and technology to undertake and offer a variety of services such as repairs, performance inspections, cleaning and other related jobs. In addition, the car repair service app incorporates a live tracking feature, which will help customers track the mechanic, how long it will take to complete, and whether there have been any snags on the way or not. Incorporating such live updates while developing an on-demand car repair app

Read More

Read More