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Old 22nd October 2016, 16:55   #76
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It left a very bitter taste in my mouth, and if the guy hadn't already put the sunshade in my car I wouldn't have taken that also. I just didn't want him to touch my car again after the way he behaved so just paid and left in disgust vowing never to come there again and also will make it a point to inform all friends and family to stay clear of this place!
Quite shocking that you seem to have had a bad experience at Jeewajee. Was it their Chamiers road branch? Not sure who is dealing with their Anna Nagar branch now. I did my car seat work and floor mat work in Anna Nagar Jeewaje some 4 years back and Mohammed was quite friendly and customer focused then!
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Quite shocking that you seem to have had a bad experience at Jeewajee. Was it their Chamiers road branch? Not sure who is dealing with their Anna Nagar branch now. I did my car seat work and floor mat work in Anna Nagar Jeewaje some 4 years back and Mohammed was quite friendly and customer focused then!
Yes it was at the Chamiers road store. Very disappointing experience. Maybe he is only interested in big ticket sales now which in that case he would need to get rid of all the smaller items like detailing products or perfumes in his store then! Well I for one was in the market for some good quality mats and speaker upgrades along with the reverse camera and was seriously looking at this guy given the reviews here but after what happened, I wouldn't go near him with a barge pole! Maybe he got ticked off after seeing the MGA accessories already installed in the car like the seat covers and Led door sill guards which the dealership had installed as part of the new car sales package. Whatever the reason is, the guy seriously needs to change his attitude towards customers, the very same customers who made him what he is today!
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Old 23rd October 2016, 20:18   #78
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@Kevciti - concur with your views about attitude of Mr. Mohammed. Did experience personally when i enquired seat covers for my car - was not interested to show designs in the booklet what i wanted and was trying to push the ones what he has got in the store as display seat covers.
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I'm planing to have new seat covers for my fiat punto and i'm new to chennai.
if Jeewajee Decors are expensive and not customer friendly, is there any other option in Chennai(particularly OMR)?

is VV Decors in thoraipakkam is good?

i have a strict budget(5K), i would like to get seat covers within the budgeted amount.

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Have an update to share about Jeewajee Car Decors. Had got art leather seats and nomad mats done for my Polo GT. Craftsmananship was good.

One main point I like to highlight is customer satisfaction, transparency, and integrity. There was a tiny damage in one of the seat covers which he honestly told me and showed me the damage and told that he will replace it free of cost, that at my house since my house was far from his shop. The damage was so small , any other decor would have hidden it and got away with it. A week later his assistant called me up and came to my house and replaced the cover in 10 min and Mohammed confirmed with me that I am satisfied as well. Really impressed by his business ethics and integrity.

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I'm planing to have new seat covers for my fiat punto and i'm new to chennai.
if Jeewajee Decors are expensive and not customer friendly, is there any other option in Chennai(particularly OMR)?

is VV Decors in thoraipakkam is good?

i have a strict budget(5K), i would like to get seat covers within the budgeted amount.
Jeewajee is fine. But if you are living on the OMR, and if you find that Jeewajee is too far for 5k worht of work, then you can try VV cars.

But as long as, it is just slip on covers, VV is fine.

Have heard not so positive comments about the way they (VV) do custom covers.

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Upon a close friend's recommendation, we decided to visit Jeewajee (Chaimers road) to get seat covers, tints, rear facing camera. Mr.Mohammed was a gem of a person and explained to us the various types of materials, brands etc. He didn't pressurise up into taking any particular brand and left the options to us. Once we finalised the seat covers, Mr.Mohammed quoted 1 weeks time as the covers come from the manufacturer up north.
Got a call within 5 days saying the covers had arrived and we went in at around 12PM to get them fitted. Their work is second to none IMHO. We wanted our door cards also to be done in the same material as the seat covers (areas in fabric) and the finish finish was OE standards. The custom fit seats was great looking and also did come in at a good price. For the rear view camera, we initially wanted to get the rear view mirror integrated ones but decided to change the HU as a whole and use that as a monitor for the monitor as all our other cars are the same. Again, Mr.Mohammed clearly explained the products he had with the pros and cons. We finally decided on the Kenwood DDX416BT. They nailed both the upholstery and the electrical parts. We left the place absolutely content and will look no further for a car accessory shop! I would highly recommend Jeewajee for their work. They even gave a perfume can for free.
P.S- Mr.Mohammed didn't know I was a T-Bhp member until they wrapped up the job on the car.

Products sourced from them;
1. Auto Foam seat covers
2. Sun film
3. Philips X-treme vision H4
4. Kenwood DDX416BT HU
5. Rear facing camera
6. Replacement centre panel to house the new HU
7. Parking, number plate and interior bulbs
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