Kandi America Partners With Wrench
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Kandi America Partners With Wrench

The Wrench mobile vehicle maintenance and repair solution will provide repair services nationwide.

Kandi America, the U.S. subsidiary of Kandi Technologies Group Inc., an international electric vehicle manufacturer, recently announced its partnership with Wrench, a mobile vehicle maintenance and repair solution that brings dealer-quality service to consumers and fleet customers across the U.S.

This follows Kandi America’s recent announcement opening pre-order sales with special promotional pricing in advance of its official August 18 virtual launch event. Pre-orders for the K27 and K23 models can be made at Drive.KandiAmerica.com by submitting a fully-refundable $100 deposit to secure the order. The vehicles will be available for delivery starting in the fourth quarter of 2020.

“As we bring America’s most affordable electric vehicles to the market later this year, we are committed to ensuring consumers receive the highest level of customer service – from the moment they pick up their Kandi EV through the entire life cycle of the vehicle,” said Johnny Tai, CEO of Kandi America. “This partnership with Wrench allows us to deliver on that promise by providing a mobile vehicle maintenance and repair service at the convenience of Kandi EV drivers, which is a privilege that previously has been reserved for luxury vehicle owners.”

With this partnership, Kandi America and Wrench have established the electric fleet agreement to provide onsite, high quality, contactless service for any warranty issues. Wrench allows users to schedule vehicle maintenance and repair service with full-time, W2, ASE-certified technicians who service the vehicle onsite at the customer’s destination of choice. This relationship allows customers to access best-in-class service, even if they are not located near a Kandi dealer partner.

“We are steadfast in our commitment to eliminate headaches and decrease the time and money spent on vehicle upkeep by offering high quality full service, on-site vehicle maintenance and repairs when and where drivers need it,” said Ed Peterson, CEO of Wrench. “Together with Kandi, we’re providing Kandi EV owners with peace of mind knowing that they can schedule on-site, contactless maintenance and repair for their vehicles at their convenience so they can continue to enjoy driving their Kandi vehicle uninterrupted.”

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