It seems Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) is keen on targeting small and medium enterprises with its products and services. The newest addition to its Philippine lineup was the Traviz, a lightweight truck that serves as a business-oriented workhorse. Fast forward to less than month after that, the Japanese carmaker has gotten busy yet again as it inaugurated its newest dealership in Calapan, Oriental Mindoro.
The new IPC facility is located at Km. 9 Nautical Highway, Putting Tubig, Calapan, Oriental Mindoro. The showroom, which has enough space for two trucks and four passenger vehicles, is also the first Isuzu dealership to feature the new showroom design concept. There are also wide vehicle lots in the service bay area to accommodate not just the local commercial vehicles (LCVs) but trucks as well. This dealership is owned and operated by Mina de Oro Motors Incorporated.
“We are happy to further boost the Isuzu brand and provide easier access for the residents who wants to use dependable and economical vehicles, both for personal and business use,” said Mina de Oro board member Agustin Uy.
“We at Isuzu Philippines are very happy to establish our presence here in Calapan City, in response to the growing transportation requirements of Mindoro most especially for trucks and LCVs,” IPC president Hajime Koso further added.