What does a high-end motorcycle dealership do next after achieving positive sales growth?
Harley-Davidson of Manila’s
Since the dealership’s establishment in 2013, the old service reception area had sat a few meters away from the showroom, which houses not only official Harley-Davidson
“Since the previous service reception area is separate from the main showroom, our customers bringing their bikes for maintenance and accessories installation leave the premises by walking out straight to the driveway to get a ride,” says Jay Bautista, Harley-Davidson of Manila general manager. “This means they leave the showroom without the benefit of seeing what’s new and hot from our display room of performance parts and riding gear.”
A subsidiary of CATS Group of Companies owned by Felix Ang, Harley-Davidson of Manila currently maintains two showrooms, the second one being in Bonifacio Global City in Taguig. It’s the Greenhills facility on EDSA, however, that deserves the ‘full-service dealership’ tag for having a modern service bay, complete with bike lifts and power tools, on the fourth floor of the huge CATS Motors building.
Aside from now having easy access to the classy, brick-walled display area, customers waiting for their bikes to be serviced can also make themselves comfortable in the fully air-conditioned lounge with comfy bar stools, Wi-Fi, and free hot coffee and cold drinking water. They can also pass time by checking out Harley-Davidson leather jackets and high-cut boots on display.
Always keep in mind that the showroom is open not only to Harley-Davidson
At the service reception desk, visitors will be met by a professional team composed of parts and accessories manager Roy Trinidad, service advisor Smith
Bautista believes that Harley-Davidson’s motorcycle sales are complemented by the sales of its awesome riding gear. Some riders actually say that owning a dream bike starts with the purchase of a stylish T-shirt from the brand’s official merchandise range.
Going back to the sales performance of Harley-Davidson of Manila, it posted a 13% growth for motorcycle sales in 2018. The company is optimistic, too, that the sales figures will further increase following the transformation of the service reception area to world-class standards.
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