Pupkewitz Motors – an icon in the Namibian motor industry

Pupkewitz Motors is the biggest volume distributor of new vehicles in Namibia.

07 May 2021 | Events

Staff reporter

Pupkewitz Motors has been opening showrooms around the country since 1954 and currently partners with ten global vehicle brands and operates from 15 locations around the country.

With close to 500 motivated employees embodying excellence, dedication, and a willingness to move forward, the Pupkewitz Motors brand continues to strive for progress while staying true to its value proposition which is based on the philosophy ‘Delighting People is our Business’.

Pupkewitz Motors has a word-class online catalogue of passenger, light and heavy commercial vehicles and offers unrivalled service via a network of 15 new and pre-owned vehicle dealerships. Pupkewitz Motors proudly associates itself with the world’s leading automotive brands including Toyota, Lexus, Volkswagen, BMW, Nissan, Datsun, Honda, GWM, Haval and Hino Trucks. In addition, their Pupkewitz Auto division offers top-quality pre-owned vehicles.

Their service and parts division provides quality parts and an unparalleled standard of service. Pupkewitz Goldwagen is the most recent addition to their comprehensive automotive services offering, supplying an extensive range of quality and affordable genuine spare parts.

Through their Accessory Fitment Centre (AFC) they offer customers 4x4 accessories, bull bars, tow bars, roll bars, nudge bars, rubberizing, canopies and suspension, to mention a few. AFC also provides installation for all the products they sell, making it a one-stop-shop when it comes to vehicle accessories.

Pupkewitz Motors also collaborates with Ironman 4X4 to offer high strength, purpose-made accessories to make sure that you are prepared for the most challenging conditions. From suspension, coils and springs to winches, bull bars and fridges, Ironman 4X4 has what it takes to prepare you for the outdoors. With a selection of camping aids and rugged additions to make your car a tailor-made trailblazer.

Pupkewitz Motors Finance and Insurance makes applying for vehicle finance as effortless as changing gears. With their help, you can have your car financed by any major bank in no time. They can assist with vehicle insurance through all major insurance companies and offer you additional value-added products such as extended service plans and warranties.

With decades of experience, their highly trained Service Centre technicians know exactly how to take care of your car. They use modern facilities to ensure that no inch of your vehicle is left unchecked. If you need a new part or multiple parts, their Service Centres are able to source genuine parts immediately. No matter where you are, they have 12 fully equipped service centres throughout the country including Windhoek, Otjiwarongo, Tsumeb, Rundu, Ondangwa, Oshakati, and Swakopmund.

Investing in the future

Pupkewitz Motors is committed to people development as they continue to offer various training programmes. They signed an Apprenticeship Memorandum of Agreement with the Namibia Training Authority (NTA) which aims to enhance access to training opportunities, address youth unemployment, increase productivity and improve national economic competitiveness. The apprenticeship training programme is based on a dual vocational training system, whereby apprentices attend classes at accredited training institutions and receive on-the-job training at Pupkewitz Motors.

Apart from dealerships running their own corporate social responsibility programmes, Pupkewitz Motors is also proudly associated with the Pupkewitz Foundation, the social investment arm of the Pupkewitz Group. The Pupkewitz Foundation continues to build towards an increasingly well-educated and healthy nation through deliberate partnerships with government and reputable non-profit organisations whose development goals focus on viable, innovative, and sustainable solutions to national priorities.

For more information about the above-mentioned services, visit Pupkewitz Motors’ desktop and mobile-friendly website @ www.pupkewitz-motors.com

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