In light of the four dealership closures of the Yuchengco-owned Honda Cars dealers in Metro Manila, Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. reiterates that it remains committed to the Philippine market.
The announcement was made through a disclosure made to the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) by the House of Investments (HI), which is part of the Yuchengco Group of Companies. Not only does the closure involve four Honda Cars dealers (Marikina, Marcos Highway, Kalookan, Fairview), but also one Isuzu dealer in Greenhills. The House of Investments will implement a redundancy program to affected employees.
Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. has released the following statement:
“In light of the closure of Honda’s four (4) dealerships in the northern part of Metro Manila namely, Honda Cars Fairview, Honda Cars Marikina, Honda Cars Marcos Highway, and Honda Cars Kalookan effective June 30, 2020, Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) expresses its regrets as these dealerships have been valued partners in contributing to Honda’s local operations over the past number of years.
HCPI values its customers and remains committed in ensuring customer satisfaction. HCPI reassures the public that the existing dealerships in Metro Manila as well as nearby provinces will be able to sufficiently service customers that may be impacted by the closure of these dealerships and continue to provide both sales and after-sales service for customers in these areas. In addition, mobile service facilities will also be set up in strategic locations to address basic and more immediate customers’ assistance in the aforementioned affected areas.
Notwithstanding the closure, HCPI currently stands at thirty-four (34) dealerships nationwide, including two (2) upcoming dealerships which are scheduled to be operational soon. All these dealerships will continue to offer sales and after-sales services. Customers are advised to reach out to any of the dealerships nearest them, or to HCPI customer service personnel at (632) 8-857-7240 for any queries or clarifications.“
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