Edaran Otomobil Nasional

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EON Berhad
Private
Industry Automotive distribution
Founded 1984
Headquarters Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia
Parent DRB-HICOM
Website www.eon.com.my[dead link]

Edaran Otomobil Nasional Berhad (doing business as EON) is one of Malaysia's largest conglomerates which was established in 1984 to distribute Proton cars - Malaysia's first national car. The main shareholders of the company are DRB-HICOM Group Khazanah Nasional Berhad.

Through one of its wholly owned subsidiary, Automotive Conversion Engineering, it undertakes modifications on the Proton range of cars, converted Perdana and Waja model to executives model and a limousine model. It also assembles the classic sports roadster, TD2000 for TD Cars (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd.

Euromobil, another wholly owned subsidiary of the company, was incorporated on 23 October 2002 to import, distribute and market Audi and Volkswagen vehicles and related spare parts, accessories as well as servicing of these vehicles in Malaysia.

EON Automart is another wholly owned subsidiary of the company, which distributing other makes of Mitsubishi. As a re-seller for Mitsubishi makes, it offers various range of Mitsubishi models such as Colt, Evolution range, Grandis and other popular Mitsubishi models. EON Automart also provides after sales and service of the all Mitsubishi models.

Other vehicles made, Suzuki, Hyundai and Inokom are distributed by EONMobil, another wholly owned subsidiary of the company. The company also undertakes the after sales servicing of the above marque.

With its wide range of vehicle model offers by the group of companies, EON has become one of the biggest player in Malaysia and its offers skillful expertise in the motor industry.

Akademi Saga is another subsidiary which provides an education on Motor vehicle maintenance and servicing. Its offer various certificates in relatives vehicle servicing and maintenance. With its wide knowledge and expertise, it has been recognized by Malaysian government as a growing education centre for motor industry.

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