The automotive industry’s newfound interest in virtual showrooms isn’t stopping Isuzu Philippines (IPC) from upgrading its physical ones.
The Japanese car manufacturer has inaugurated its newly enhanced dealership and truck center in Pasig City, which now has a total floor area of 5,000 square meters and flaunts a five-vehicle display capacity. The dealership now also has three periodic maintenance service bays capable of accomodating light-duty trucks, to go with a pair of truck bays, 11 prep bays, and two paint booths for body repairs, among other facilities.
“With our continuing goal to strengthen and widen the services of Isuzu to our valued customers, IPC is aggressively expanding our dealership network, and I am proud to say that IADI [Isuzu Automotive Dealership Inc.] was among those who took the initiative to construct a bigger and more modern facility that is complemented by a truck center,” IPC president Hajime Koso said during the dealership’s inauguration.
“We are confident that 2021 and the years to come will have even better results, especially now that it has strategically relocated, with much-improved facilities that are fully compliant with Isuzu Outlet Standards (IOS) and capable of servicing all of our product lines, from the MU-X to our heavy-duty trucks,” Koso added.
IPC couldn’t have chosen a better dealership to upgrade heading into the new normal. Isuzu Pasig is strategically situated along C5 at the corner of Calle Industria in Barangay Bagumbayan, Quezon City—an area easily accessible to motorists of Mandaluyong City, Pasig City, and Taguig.