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Should this be a thing in the Philippines, too?
You may have noticed lately that car manufacturers have been taking parts of their sales operations online to adjust to the COVID-19 pandemic. Making vehicles accessible remotely, through the convenience of virtual showrooms and the like, is pretty much the ultimate
Do you live nearby?
Residents of Cagayan de Oro will now find it easier to check out the Geely Coolray and Azkarra crossovers as the Chinese car manufacturer has opened a new dealership in the area.Geely Cagayan de Oro, which is under the management of
These, among many other services, are now available online
Carmakers have drastically changed how they do business throughout this pandemic, specifically with their dealer operations. And as part of their efforts to encourage customers to reduce showroom visits, some brands have even started opening virtual dealerships.The latest company to do
Available through the Lexus Remote Guest Experience
We may be half a year into this pandemic already, but a lot of us are still wary of being out and about. That's why activities like dealership visits are still out of the question for those who err on the
It will serve as a satellite of Isuzu Butuan
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
Expect more of these to pop up over time
These days, there's just no telling when businesses can and can't operate. One day authorities allow you to open, the next you're forced to close them again. All this uncertainty is a major pain in the a** for operations
We’re sold on this idea
There's a lot of things to love about Brazil-the history, the people, the beaches, its passion for sports. We could go on and on, but our favorite thing about South America's largest country, though, might be the dogs. More
This covers all of Ayala’s car and motorcycle brands
Still thinking twice about driving to the casa to have your car serviced? Don't worry, we're sure you're not alone. This COVID-19 pandemic is far from over, and it's understandable if you're still wary of heading
Buying a car soon?
Were you planning on buying a car before the COVID-19 pandemic hit? Planning to still push through with your intended purchase? Good news for you, most if not all dealerships are back in operations and there are even plenty of bounce
The feature has just been launched via the Toyota Motor Philippines website
Looking to purchase a new car but reluctant to visit a showroom even with stringent safety measures in place? That's fine. We understand if you think visiting a nearby dealership is too big of a risk.Still, that doesn't mean
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Carmakers and other businesses have been opening their doors to customers as majority of the country transitions to general community quarantine or modified general community quarantine.Hino Motors Philippines, the exclusive distributor of Hino trucks and buses in the country, has also
The facilitiy has already shut down as of this writing
At the start of the week, we reported that multiple Honda and Isuzu dealerships in Metro Manila were set to close down this month. This was the result of a move by the House of Investments, Inc. to streamline its car dealership
Virtual@Honda will go live in August 2020
At the moment, the way we work, shop, play, and interact has largely shifted to the online sphere because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the same goes for the way we buy and maintain cars. Physical dealerships won't be going
This really is what the new normal looks like
Lexus Manila has already reopened its doors as the quarantine restrictions in the metro recently eased up. With this, the carmaker has some announcements and a few reminders for its guests regarding its operations under this general community quarantine period.Lexus Philippines
These dealers are under the Yuchengco-led House of Investments
Traffic-riddled streets and reopened train lines aren't the only big stories on the first day of general community quarantine. We also received word earlier today that multiple car dealerships in Metro Manila are set to close down this month.In
Another carmaker opens its doors
At the rate car manufacturers are opening dealerships after the shift to modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ), it might only be a matter of time until the local auto industry sees at least some semblance of normalcy.The latest car company to
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
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