AC Motors assures continuous support to Honda Cars

The Ayala-owned Honda dealerships will give their full support to the local distributor for the Japanese auto brand, despite the recent closure of some dealerships.


Last June 2, House of Investments Inc. (HoI) announced that they will close Honda Fairview, Honda Marikina, Honda Marcos Highway Honda Kalookan.


In a statement, Honda Cars Makati president Jenara Rosanna Ong gave its full and continued support to Honda.


Honda Cars Makati is under AC Motors, the automotive wing of the Ayala group.


"In relation to the recent announcement made by Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) on the closure of Hondas four dealerships located in the northern part of Metro Manila, Honda Cars Makati, Inc. (HCMI) expresses its continued and full support to Honda in the Philippines," Ong said. 


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Ong cited that that the partnership with the automaker started more than two decades ago.

 

"Established in 1991 and the first of the six global  mobility brands under AC Motors, an Ayala company, HCMI is in the process of developing new sales and after-sales channels, optimizing  facilities and resources, and adopting new safety protocols, among others. All these are intended to serve their customers better and to keep their customers and employees safe," Ong claimed.


With a total network of 11 dealership under its wing, the group assured their unwavering support to brand.

 

"HCMI has a nationwide network of 11 dealerships (Makati, Pasig, Alabang, Shaw, Global City, Manila Bay, Cebu, Mandaue, Iloilo, Negros Occidental and Cagayan de Oro) and re-affirms its commitment to provide Honda car owners with the sales and after-sales support that they need, especially during these challenging times," she said.


Earlier, HCPI Vice President for Salea Louie Soriano assured ample support to customers despite the cutdown.


To date, HCPI has 34 dealerships around the country.


Photos from AC Motors

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