We may have reverted back to modified enhanced community quarantine in Metro Manila as news outlets report about the country’s economic downturn, but it looks like automotive brands are still aggressively expanding their dealership reach across the country.
Isuzu Philippines, for example, has opened the doors to its Pagadian City dealership in Zamboanga del Sur. The Japanese carmaker’s new showroom is located at Barangay Tiguma, and will serve as a satellite branch of Isuzu Butuan.
Isuzu’s Pagadian showroom will have 3,871 square meters of floor space, enough for a four-vehicle showroom display. The service bays are equipped to serve five light-commercial vehicles and two commercial vehicles. The facility will also have a wash bay and wheel-alignment facility, on top of five slots for body repairs and paint works.
“The addition of a new Isuzu dealership in our rapidly expanding network is a strong testament to the growing preference for the Isuzu brand as we continue to widen our reach to our customers in Region 9,” said Isuzu Philippines president Hajime Koso.“This is another major milestone that we share with our new dealer partner North-Min Automotive Dealership Inc, and we look forward to serving our customers in this area with the Isuzu Pagadian.”
The Pagadian showroom is Isuzu’s 43rd dealership, and it is the third facility to adopt the Isuzu Outlet Standardization (IOS), which envisions the Japanese truckmaker’s role in the global and Philippine automotive industry.
“With the establishment of Isuzu Pagadian that is of world-class standards, we are very confident that the good reputation of the Isuzu brand in the region will be extended to its dealership services,” remarked Isuzu Pagadian general manager George Ongchua. “Pagadian is one of the most industrialized and business-savvy cities in Mindanao, and we’re very optimistic that people and businesses in this side of the Zamboanga Peninsula will come to us to provide them with Isuzu products and services.”