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Suzuki Auto Fest mall tour slated

Suzuki Philippines, Inc., the country’s pioneer subcompact car distributor, takes this years’ Suzuki Auto Festival nationwide. The series of exhibits will be held in various SM Supermalls nationwide bringing the Suzuki award-winning cars and the Suzuki Way of Life even closer to more Filipinos.

Join the fun and experience Suzuki vehicles up close and personal in the following venues and dates: 

SM Telebastagan, July 6-7

SM Iloilo, July 27-28

SM BF Parañaque, August 17-18 

SM GenSan, September 21-22 

SM Davao, October 26-27 

This year’s Suzuki Auto Festival will showcase the most-valued Suzuki units such as the Suzuki Ciaz, Swift, Dzire, Vitara, all-new Ertiga and the all-new Jimny alongside Suzuki V-Storm Motorcycle. 

Games and fun activities await car enthusiasts and families to help them bond during the weekend festivities. The Suzuki Safety Scouts Corner will also be there and will be a sure hit with the kids.

Suzuki Philippines Director and Automobile Division General Manager Keiichi Suzuki shared, “We have made it our consistent goal to provide Filipinos with innovations and design that will fit their various lifestyles. Suzuki Philippines is experiencing a business momentum right now due to the consistent support from our valued customers. The Suzuki Auto Festival is a series of celebrations we hold every year as our way of giving back and reminding the Filipinos of our commitment to innovate. We are looking forward to seeing our fans in the exhibits and for them to experience the Suzuki Way of Life!” 

Topics: Suzuki Philippines , Suzuki Auto Festival , Keiichi Suzuki
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