Dear Valued Customer,
We are currently closed for Lockdown.
1.Essential Services Vehicles Breakdown or Repair:
ONLY Essential Services Vehicles – as listed by Government, will be able to be repaired or attended to in an emergency.
Subject to the Department of Trade Approval (Dept of Trade may disallow our staff from attending to this matter, which will prevent us from suppling this service. Please understand our position in this regard, we can not perform any service as per the Government regulation if we are not granted approval) The primary roll of Government and the “lockdown” process, is to protect the safety & health of all South Africans.
As such, please note the following info for getting your Essential Services Vehicle attended to.
* Isuzu LCV & Opel please contact:
Centurion: Gerrit Van Staden, Service Manager on 082 330 6933 or email him on email@example.com
Edenvale: Hein Powell, Service Manager on 083 415 2271 or email him on firstname.lastname@example.org
Fourways: Gavin Palani, Service Manager on 081 471 2614 or email him on email@example.com
Humansdorp: Willie Spangenberg, Service Manager on 072 519 4480 or email him on firstname.lastname@example.org
Klerksdorp: Corne Claass, Service Manager on 082 463 6310 or email him on email@example.com
Kroonstad: Kobus Rheeder, Service Manager on 083 411 4260 or email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Midrand: Gareth Pieters, Service manager on 071 613 6261 or email him on email@example.com
Port Elizabeth: Glenn Gouws, Service Manager on 082 870 5688 or email him on firstname.lastname@example.org
Pretoria: Nicky Jansen van Rensburg, Service Manager on 083 310 9555 or email him on email@example.com
Roodepoort: John Leith, Service Manager on 079 683 1023 or email him on firstname.lastname@example.org
The Glen: Jethro Price, Service Manager 082 904 0183 on or email him on email@example.com
2.Non Essential vehicle breakdowns:
Please contact our Emergency Road Side Assist toll free number 0800 422 777 for Chevrolet & Opel & 0800 047 898 for Isuzu
In warranty vehicles are free of charge. Normal towing rates apply to out of warranty customers.Your vehicle will be towed to your home if no nearby dealership is open.
3.Sales team online:
Most of our sales team are still online to support you with any vehicle enquiries or applications.We will continue to monitor the website so you are welcome to complete online enquiries and the appropriate person will respond as soon as possible.
Please note that only telephone, email and online support will be offered. Test drives, physical evaluations or inspections will be only possible until after lockdown.
Stay Safe and Well!
Williams Hunt has been proudly serving the South African public since 1903.
We are part of the CFAO Motor Group. We provide full sales and after sales, including honouring all warranties, service and maintenance plans, parts supply and all other areas of after sales support for Opel, Isuzu & Chevrolet vehicles. In addition, we continue to provide full after sales support for Hummer, Saab, Cadillac & Chevrolet brands.
TODAY, TOMORROW, THE FUTURE
Williams Hunt has firmly embedded itself as the largest national dealer in South Africa with branches countrywide.
We are proud of our strong track record of providing high quality vehicles and are firmly committed to maintaining and growing our levels of support to you, our valued customer.
To provide excellence in all interactions with customers in what we do, by embracing the “Customer for Life” philosophy and breeding loyalty amongst fellow staff.
Never to forget – “PEOPLE DO BUSINESS WITH PEOPLE”
CFAO Motor Group represents all the major motor brands through a national network of franchise motor dealerships.
The business activities of CFAO Motor Group includes:
CFAO Motor Group is dedicated to serving the South African motoring public with a complete range of transport related products and services and to building customer relationships which endure far beyond the life of the vehicles we supply.
It was in 1886, just 12 months after gold was discovered on the Witwatersrand that Henry Hunt, a Londoner who had come to South Africa fired up by the news of the fortunes to be made on the diamond fields of Kimberley.
Johannesburg beckoned with its promise of golden riches and Henry correctly identified the need for transport in the dusty streets of the boom town. This was the age of the horse and buggy and for many who could not afford a horse, a humble bicycle. In 1903, together with a partner, Henry Hunt opened a bicycle shop in downtown Johannesburg on the site of what is now the Supreme Court, unknowingly laying the foundations for the Williams Hunt Delta dynasty.
Two of his three sons did however immigrate and together they made a fresh start. Despite heroic efforts “Williams Hunt and Co Direct Importers” continued to struggle for survival. Mrs Hunt finally arrived in South Africa bringing with her an infusion of £300 into the business.
That was the turning point although initial efforts to introduce motorcycles to South Africa failed (they were just too finicky for the non-mechanically minded customers of the day) and bicycles continued to provide a solid basis for the business.
The tide turned with the franchise for the “Indian Motor Cycle”, a tough machine able to stand up to the vagaries of the South African conditions. The Hunts’ put The Indian on the map with imaginative publicity stunts, including a race against the mail train from Durban to Johannesburg – which The Indian won!
On the strength of these early successes the first Williams Hunt branch opened in Durban in 1914 and others soon followed. The future lay with the “horseless carriage” however, and on a visit to America the Hunts found a vehicle that suited South African conditions admirably.
OUR COMMITMENT IS TO DO WHATEVER IT TAKES TO MEET AND EXCEED YOUR EXPECTATIONS NOW AND FOR MANY YEARS TO COME.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT.
Our commitment is to do whatever it takes to meet and exceed your expectations now and for many years to come.
Thank you for your continued support.