Suzuki opens first 3S dealership in Mandaluyong

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Photo shows top officials of Suzuki Auto Shaw and Suzuki Philippines Inc. while offering a toast during a ceremony that formally opens the first Suzuki full service dealership in Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong.

Good news for Suzuki customers in Mandaluyong area: the first Suzuki 3S shop is now operating at full throttle. The dealership opening marked a new milestone eight years into the partnership between Suzuki Philippines Inc. (SPH), the only integrated motorcycle and automobile company in the country, and the Shaw Motor Plaza Corporation (SMPC).

The new showroom along Nueve de Pebrero in Shaw Boulevard provides automobile sales, spare parts and repair services to support the growing mobility needs of clients from the bustling residential and commercial areas. It houses modern exhibits for all its latest model units, including Suzuki’s latest models, the Swift 1.2 hatchback and the Ertiga compact family car. Customers will find satisfaction to see its fully-equipped service bays and stations manned by well-trained customer relations officers, pro-active service advisors and technicians.

Mr. Felix Limcaoco III, managing director for SMPC, said “Our partnership with Suzuki is in a roll to provide total satisfaction for our consumers. We aim to solidify our customers’ confidence in us by being with them every step of the way.”

“Suzuki nurtures lifelong relationships with our customers by establishing dealerships near their reach. We are very proud to open the doors of our new Suzuki Auto Shaw. With this new outlet, we can further drive our brand’s value for excellence and service to the vibrant city of Mandaluyong,” said Suzuki Philippines President, Mr. Hiroshi Suzuki.

SMPC owns and operates several dealerships inside and outside the Metro Manila area. For more information about Suzuki Philippines and automobiles, visit http://www.suzuki.com.ph and like them on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/SuzukiAutoPH.

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Suzuki opens first 3S dealership in Mandaluyong

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