AC Motors opens ‘one-stop shop’ in BGC

AC Motors Centrale

The mobility arm of the AC Industrials maximized its facility in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig by converting it into a multi-brand display area. The aforementioned establishment is now called AC Motors Centrale.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • What are the brands that can be seen in AC Motors Centrale?

    The vehicle brands that will be on display at the AC Motors Centrale are Honda, Isuzu, Volkswagen, Kia, KTM and Husqvarna.
  • Where is the AC Motors Centrale located?

    The AC Motors Centrale is located at 932 28th Street corner 9th Avenue in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.
  • Situated at 932 28th Street corner 9th Avenue, the building — which was formerly utilized as a Honda Cars dealership — is set to showcase marques AC Motors namely Honda, Isuzu, Volkswagen, KiaKTM and Husqvarna.

    AC Motors Centrale

    The company said that the opening of the AC Motors Centrale “manifests the Ayala group’s readiness to move Filipino motorists toward the future of mobility.”

    During the program, AC Industrials President and Chief Executive Officer Arthur Tan said that its automobile and motorcycle distribution and retail businesses are considered “an integral part of the Ayala group for the last 30 years.”

    “AC Motors Centrale showcases the combined strengths and synergies of our automobile and motorcycle portfolio and will play a pivotal role as we enter the next stage of mobility, electrification. This venue will become a part of our sustainable electric vehicle ecosystem, allowing our customers to comfortably enjoy the EV models which we will soon be introducing,” Tan added.

    Arthur Tan

    For his part, AC Motors Automobile Group President Antonio Zara III said that the newly unveiled facility also underlines the company’s new undertakings.  

    “What sets AC Motors Centrale apart, aside from being able to house all our brands under a single roof, and giving customers the ability to choose the vehicle that best suits their needs from a wide range of models, is that we take this experience to the next level by offering AC Motors’ new used car program, AC Motors Trade+, which opens up a whole new world of enterprise and ownership opportunities for our customers,” Zara explained.

    Antonio Zara III

    AC Motors Trade+ is an auction-based service for new buyers and existing owners that streamlines the entire process of selling used cars, offering a five-day turnaround time from inspection, to auction, and payment. Clients would be able to trade in vehicles of any brand, not just those sold by AC Motors. AC Motors is said to be the first dealer group in the Philippines to launch such a program involving used cars, which is powered by Carmudi Philippines' sister company, ZigWheels Philippines — an online automotive portal with one of the country’s largest digital audiences.

    Further, the Ayala-led firm offers customers benefits and membership privileges through the AC Motors Fleet program, Ayala Rewards Circle and the Ayala Enterprise Circle for small and medium enterprises and large corporations.

    AC Motors Centrale

    AC Motors shared that it manages one of the most digitized dealer networks that offer seamless online customer journeys. It noted that 45 percent of its current sales were from various online portals. “The recently launched online financing application tool and highly digitized processes further enable a transparent and efficient experience for customers,” the company expounded.

    AC Motors Centrale is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Mondays to Sundays. Customers can book their appointments with any of the brands through (02) 8558-5888, or by logging on to acmotors.com.ph.

    Photos from  Ruben D. Manahan IV, AC Motors

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