Mitsubishi Riyadh Saudi Arabia Service Center: Electric & Spare Parts Showroom

Mitsubishi Electric & Spare Parts Showroom

Mitsubishi Electric Store:
Customers can contact Mitsubishi Electric for the products including elevators, escalators and moving walks. Customers can avail assistance regarding the installation and maintenance of the above products through the below mentioned means. The customers can ask for the appointment or schedule a repair, maintenance or installation by making a call at the given numbers.
Customer Service Number: (800)-128-2828
Address: 2205 King Abdullah Branch Road, Al Wurud, Riyadh 12253, Saudi Arabia
+966 92 001 2424
Fax: +966 11 477 7950 (Head Office, Riyadh)
Head Office: P.O.Box 2391, Riyadh 11451, Saudi Arabia.
Tel: (011) 4777947 / (011) 2062210
Fax: (011) 4732293

Mitsubishi Spare Parts Showroom:
Customers can visit the showroom for the Mitsubishi vehicles and their services. To avail an appointment, contact at given phone numbers.
Customer Service Number: 8002440060
Address: Alesayi Motors, Umm Al Ala Bint Al Hafidh, Al Malaz, Riyadh 12644, Saudi Arabia
+966 014775506
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Mitsubishi Corporation Riyadh Branch:
Address: Granada Business Park A4, 5th Floor Airport Road, Near Exit 9, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Telephone: +966-11-511-7500
Facsimile +966-11-511-7524

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation

Mitsubishi Electric Saudi Ltd is a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation which was founded in 1980 with the result of the Japan based Mitsubishi Electric Corporation and the Saudi Arabia based Omar Kasim Alesayi & Co., Limited. The subsidiary is one of the ISO 9001:2000 certified elevator companies, and the company's headquarters is located in Riyadh. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation is an electronics company of Japan founded on January 15, 1921 which has its headquarters in Tokyo, Japan. The company is a member of the 19th century company, the Mitsubishi Group. To know more info about Saudi subsidiary, log on to the official website:

Consumer Quires to Mitsubishi Riyadh Saudi Arabia

Mr. Alan WattheyDec 01, 2017
Mitsubishi Pajero 2007 3. eight GLS. The fan belt has started making a noise which gradually got worse (much worse today). To me it looks like the tensioner has seized up completely. This means I cannot drive the car very far as the fan belt will probably break or come off the tensioner. I can spray it with WD40 to stop the noise and travel to the repair centre. So I probably need a new tensioner and a new fan belt. I also think I might need new brake pads. Not sure about the shock absobers. I also need a new MVPI so the car needs a good checkover for this. The oil service was done 1500 kms ago.