Mazda Philippines announces the resumption of operations of its dealers in areas under modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ) and general community quarantine (GCQ) areas. As with most automakers in the Philippines, these Mazda dealers are set to comply to the strictest of health standards in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
These are the Mazda dealers that have resumed operations, which adds to the three Mazda dealers that are already operational in Butuan, General Santos, and Negros-Bacolod.
- Alabang (May 16 for service, May 18 for sales)
- Cabanatuan (May 16 for service, May 18 for sales)
- Dagupan (May 16 for service, May 18 for sales)
- Davao (May 16)
- Greenhills (May 16)
- Iloilo (May 18)
- North EDSA (May 20)
- Pampanga (May 16 for service, May 18 for sales)
- Pasig (May 20)
- Pulilan (May 20)
- Quezon Avenue (May 20)
- Tarlac (May 16 for service, May 18 for sales)
- Sta. Rosa (May 18)
Mazda customers are highly encouraged to book an appointment prior to visiting the dealer for sales and aftersales services. This is to enforce social distancing and limit the number of customers inside the dealer. Furthermore, customers will be required to wear face masks, while temperature checks will be conducted before entering the dealership.
As a reminder, Mazda has implemented a grace period for owners that were scheduled to have their free preventive maintenance within the enforcement of the Luzon-wide ECQ.