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Honda’s 34th dealership opens for business

Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI), Honda’s automobile business unit in the country recently inaugurated its 34thdealership at the Aseana Business Estate Park in Paranaque City. Currently the largest and the most modern Honda dealership in the country today, Honda Cars Manila Bay sits on a 3,000 square meter lot with a 754 square meter showroom. “This is a modern showroom with high tech facilities designed to satisfy the needs and requirements of our customer base,” states Leo Dolendo, GM of Honda Cars Manila Bay (HCMB) and head of Honda After Sales Service. 

This Manila Bay dealership is the biggest and most modern Honda dealership to date in the country
The dealership offers a service bay area at the second floor of the sprawling facility and is manned by seasoned service personnel. “The showroom is big enough to accommodate 22 cars. This is for HCMB to showcase more variants of each Honda vehicle line-up for the customers. HCMB will also open its Service facility with the most advanced equipments and quality service to cater Honda customers. HCMB will continuously provide excellent Sales and Service to meet customer satisfaction in line with HCPI’s commitment in producing and delivering innovative products that meets every Filipinos’ driving needs,” adds Dolendo. 

Honda Manila Bay General Manager Leo Dolendo with dealer executives and sales staff
As an added treat to Honda customers, HCMB staged a car show over the weekend with a total of 400 Honda cars from the different Honda Clubs in and around Metro Manila. HCMB is open every Monday to Sunday, from 8:00am to 7:00PM for sales and 7:00am to 7:00PM for service concerns.

Topics: Honda Cars Philippines , Inc. , Honda’s 34th dealership , Aseana Business Estate Park , Paranaque City
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