Setting the bar higher for the local automotive industry and having posted a 38 percent year-on-year sales growth in Q3 2016, Suzuki Philippines (SPH) intends to continue its unwavering performance through to the last quarter by expanding its presence in Laguna with the newly-opened Suzuki Auto Binan.
Boasting superior loading capacity, new-generation environment friendly and fuel efficient diesel engine, Suzuki’s latest Super Carry brings any business venture to new heights. Suzuki Philippines officially launched the all-new Super Carry.
The all-new Suzuki Ciaz, launched in the country last April, has piqued the interest of thousands of car lovers who want to try the next-level comfort and road handling excellence of this subcompact sedan, prompting Suzuki Philippines to hold a test drive for bankers last May 31, 2016.
To continue bringing great value and fuel efficient cars to the young and active market, Suzuki Philippines (SPH) recently renewed partnership with UAAP Men’s Basketball MVP Kiefer Ravena as its endorser for the second straight year.
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).
Para kay Eleuterio Manankil, isang taga-angkat ng sari-saring gulay, ang pagpatak ng buwan ng Marso ay hudyat ng mahigit na dalawang buwang kalbaryo—kalbaryo laban sa init ng araw na siyang nagpapalanta ng kanyang kalakal.
Hanggang sa natuklasan niya ang solusyon sa kanyang problema—ang Evercool line ng automotive at industrial radiators.
Around 40 provincial bus operators from the Provincial Bus Operators Association of the Philippines (PBOAP) converged recently at the 1,300 square meter world-class manufacturing plant of Roberts Automotive and Industrial Parts Manufacturing Corporation (Roberts AIPMC) in Cabuyao, Laguna.
Their visit left them mesmerized and were full of pride when they realized that the products they saw, mainly radiators and leaf springs or molye, all staple products of vehicles such as buses and which they thought were made overseas, are all proudly and quality-made by fellow Pinoys.