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More customers can now avail of Kia’s promo for May
Kia Philippines reopened several dealerships in Visayas and Mindanao at the start of May. Now, as we transition into the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ), the carmaker has activated even more of its facilities nationwide.To be exact, there are now 27
Cash discounts, low monthly payment plans, and trade-in rebates are up for grabs
Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has now reopened several dealerships nationwide, and right off the bat, the carmaker is rolling out new sales promo.Those who wish to make outright cash purchases can save up to P125,000 on the Vios, up to
Welcome to the new normal
Want to buy a brand-new car in the Philippines? You're going to have to deal with new safety protocols-whether you're buying a mass-market offering from a Japanese manufacturer or a more premium brand like, say, BMW.SMC
Chevy customers can now have their vehicles serviced
Chevrolet Philippines is yet another carmaker that has recently reopened its dealerships across the country.The Covenant Car Company, Inc. (TCCCI)-the exclusive importer and distributor of Chevrolet automobiles and parts in the Philippines-has announced that several dealerships in Metro Manila
This means Porsche, Lamborghini, Audi, and Bentley dealerships have reopened
It seems luxury automotive brands Porsche, Audi, Lamborghini, and Bentley are also back in business in the Philippines, as PGA Cars has just announced that it has resumed operations across the country.Along with the reopening of its showrooms and service centers,
A lot more are set to follow in the next few days
More and more carmakers are reopening their facilities as the days pass-Mitsubishi Motors Philippines (MMPC) is the latest company to do so.According to its latest announcement, some of MMPC's dealerships and service centers have already reopened as of May
Planning to buy from this brand?
Those of you who were planning to buy a brand-new Nissan vehicle prior to the COVID-19 pandemic can finally follow through, as dozens of the Japanese carmaker's Philippine dealerships have resumed operations under the modified enhanced community quarantine period (
Just one of many measures that the carmaker will take under the new normal
Carmakers have started reopening dealerships left and right over the weekend. Ford Philippines, for example, has resumed operations in several of its facilities both in and out of the metro.Along with this resumption of operations, Ford's dealers are implementing new
By adapting and innovating
With the implementation of new quarantine guidelines across the country, Mercedes-Benz has reopened its Philippine dealerships over the weekend. Now, as it resumes its operations, the carmaker-along with the Auto Nation Group-has rolled out the 'Mercedes-Benz AI: Adapt +
Planning to buy a Subie?
Motor Image Pilipinas, Subaru's official local distributor, has announced it has begun resuming dealership operations across the country and is implementing measures to safeguard customer and employee welfare during the pandemic. Among their new initiatives is allowing potential customers to see
With various health and safety protocols in place
Another local carmaker has opened its doors under the new normal. This time, it's MG Philippines, which has also taken steps at its establishments to combat the spread of the COVID-19 virus."In light of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis,
Check out the full list of dealerships here
Carmakers began resuming operations over the weekend as many cities and municipalities transitioned into modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) and general community quarantine (GCQ).Honda Cars Philippines has reopened several dealerships across the country in the past few days. For more details
This is part of the carmaker’s new ARMOR after-sales program
As part of its preparations for the resumption of operations in some of its facilities, Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) has launched the six-step Hyundai ARMOR after-sales service program.The ARMOR program-which stands for 'Active Response, Management, Operations, and
Technicians and engineers will be able to work together safely from a distance
Transitioning into the new normal is easier said than done, especially for the players in the automotive industry.Safety precautions such as physical distancing will force car companies to drastically change the way they operate, particularly inside dealerships. In fact, carmakers here
In GCQ area, of course
The COVID-19 crisis isn't over just yet, but quarantine restrictions in some areas across the Philippines have already started to ease up at the very least. In those general community quarantine (GCQ) areas, various businesses-including carmakers from the automotive
Seventeen of the Japanese brand’s dealerships have resumed operations
With some parts of the country shifting to general community quarantine (GCQ) at the start of the month, carmakers have been able to gradually resume dealer sales and service operations. Of course, health and safety precautions are being strictly observed to prevent
We’re slowly transitioning to the new normal
Nissan Philippines already resumed dealership operations in various general community quarantine (GCQ) areas across the country earlier this week. Along with the reopening of its showrooms and service facilities, the Japanese carmaker is also rolling out some new safety guidelines to ensure
Mostly in regions south of Luzon
As quarantine measures start to ease up, carmakers have also begun reopening dealerships left and right. For its part, Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) has restarted operations in some of its dealerships in areas now under general community quarantine (GCQ).There are now
COVID-19 will change how we buy cars
The country's largest carmaker is beginning to adjust to life under the new normal.To date, Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) has opened a total of 19 dealerships in general community quarantine (GCQ) areas across Luzon, Visaya, and Mindanao. Temperature checks, disinfection
Check out where inside
Slowly but surely, carmakers are beginning to open up shop again in locations under general community quarantine (GCQ). Is this a sign things are getting back to normal? Not exactly, but it's a start.Nissan Philippines is the latest company to
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