Mazda Makati temporarily closes its doors as new facility is planned

To make way for new facility
Apr 19, 2014

Mazda

As of April 1, Mazda Makati officially closed its doors temporarily "while a new facility is being planned and developed."

According to Mazda distributor Berjaya Auto Philippines, the new facility will meet the requirement of Mazda's "new standard in providing superior sales-and-service customer experience."

"We apologize for the temporary inconvenience, and thank you for your patience," Berjaya Auto Philippines said in a statement. "Our goal is to provide our customers with the highest level of customer service in sales and after-sales services. Mazda Quezon Avenue and Mazda Cavite are currently under renovation. Mazda Alabang and Mazda Greenhills will soon begin their renovation. A new Mazda dealership will soon open in North EDSA. Mazda Davao is due to open in May this year."

In the meantime, Mazda owners may proceed to other Mazda dealerships within Metro Manila for their vehicle servicing and parts needs:

* Mazda Greenhills - (02) 722-1102

* Mazda Pasig - (02) 655-1005

* Mazda Quezon Avenue - (02) 742-2081 or 712-3355

* Mazda Alabang - (02) 772-3168 to 69

* Mazda Cavite - (046) 686-0698

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