Stansfield cries foul over ministerial vehicles

Vehicle merchandisers, Stansfield Limited has cried foul over government decision to buy government cars, including top of the range luxurious vehicles for top government officials including cabinet ministers from Toyota Malawi only, saying this was retrogressive in open economy.

Sansfield wants government to buy its vehicles

Sansfield wants government to buy its vehicles

Stansfield’s Ronald Mollande told a local radio station, Star that his company pays taxes obediently.

Mollande said his company is involved in social services including paying of school fees for needy students at the Polytechnic and reforestation programme.

“We wonder therefore why there is this deliberate policy in government to marginalise us yet our vehicles are probably the best. The vehicles the government is currently buying need frequent mechanical checkups, ours do not need that,” he said.

Stansfield recently unveiled top of the range all either vehicles.

Meanwhile,  Renault, is back on the Malawi market following the return of the French car’s franchise deal to Stansfield Motors Limited.

According to Motors general manager, Michael Khomani, they received a first consignment of the of Renault vehicles in three models namely Fluence – a 1.6 litre saloon car, Duster – a 1.6 litre, 4×2 high suspension vehicle and Koreos – a 2.4 litre engine, 4×4 vehicle.

More models are expected, including a Renault pickup which is expected to be introduced in the country in 2017, according to Khomani.

Other dealerships under Stansfield include Mercedes Benz, GWM and Yamaha.

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Stansfield has nice cars but anthu inu mukuwaderela nsanje eti.

Godisgood Allthetime

@Advisory Committee: don’t mislead people here. What simple service costs K800,000+? If you don’t take your vehicle for regular service, and you once dream to take it for service, that’s what you get, whether it be Toyota, Nissan, Ford or Steed. A normal regular service should not cost you more than K150,000, that is if you take your vehicle for service after the regulated mileage. GWM is like any diesel propelled vehicle like Isuzu etc. By the way, who is Richard Mollande?

Mnyamata wa nzeru

Sopo ina imangokula!!

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To some extent the govt is favouting toyota by directing that the govt should be buying toyota tx for ministers ceos ps etc koma a stansfield should improve on their models the GWM model is nightmare. Their pricing is higher and their after sale services are poor and expensive simple service mpaka k851,678.89. Director of public procurement aziee izi ehy procurement entities sre avoiding stansfield koma ti anthu tao ta chkaladi tamwano totumbwa ngati ito ti makhala tolezera all the time and sakhala ndii readily available spares amakaniko aeo cheat kuti aika new parts pamene asuka yakale tikukuonanitu
mr nyasa

Poor business strategy, consult the goverment not media or public, sign of weakness and very low on market levels


Kaguliseni ma kathole anuwo ku mazambiki

advisory committee

Their marketing manageress is busy gambling instead of marketing the vehicle stupid

advisory committee

Stansfield are expensive in servings vehicles and
They have poor mechanics. They have poor vehicle qualities like the GWM steed is the worst

Phaghlani Vwavwa

Poor service at Stansfield Motors. There are too many thieves in their workshops


Ndabwelanso so you want our ministers to be using the 1.4 liters wagwa nayo mdala

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