Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) recently held its 17th Dealer of the Year Awards (DOYA) virtually. The annual awarding ceremony aims to inspire and recognize the best performers from Isuzu’s dealer network and to acknowledge and celebrate their hard work and achievements as well.

2021 has been a challenging year, aside from the challenges brought by the pandemic, the automotive industry faced shortages in the supply of semi-conductors which impacted production. But because of the dealer network’s relentless dedication, Isuzu was able to overcome these challenges and even received accolades for both sales and aftersales operations.

Isuzu once again dominated truck sales for the 22nd consecutive year, launched three new models – the N-Series Smoother, which is the country’s first light duty truck with automated manual transmission; the All-New mu-X which won SUV of the Year in the People’s Choice Awards; and the multi-awarded All-New D-MAX which won Automobile of the Year and Pick-up of the Year in the People’s Choice Awards, and Pick-up of the Year in the 17th C! Magazine Awards. Isuzu also earned its 3rd Triple Star Award in the 2021 Isuzu Distributor & Dealer Aftersales Awards by Isuzu Motors Limited.

Isuzu’s 2021 Dealer of the Year award was given to Isuzu Pasig. The award-winning Isuzu Dealers and Sales Executives are as follows:

2021 DEALER OF THE YEAR:

Champion – Isuzu Pasig

2nd Place – Isuzu Bulacan

3rd Place – Isuzu Calapan

 

2021 SALES EXECUTIVE OF THE YEAR

Ms. Elenita Go, Isuzu Makati

 

2021 TRUCK ELITE OF THE YEAR

Mr. Miguel and Castro, Isuzu Edsa

 

EXCELLENCE IN SALES OPERATIONS

1st Place – Isuzu Pasig

2nd Place – Isuzu Isabela

3rd Place – Isuzu Bulacan

 

EXCELLENCE IN SERVICE OPERATIONS

1st Place – Cabanatuan

2nd Place – Isuzu Calapan

3rd Place – Isuzu Davao

 

EXCELLENCE IN PARTS OPERATIONS

1st Place – Isuzu Bulacan

2nd Place – Isuzu Calapan

3rd Place – Isuzu Sto. Tomas

 

IPC President Hajime Koso congratulated and expressed gratitude to the awardees.  He also mentioned that this 2022, Isuzu will be taking a more sustainable and eco-friendlier route that is in line with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals and shall be given greater emphasis. Koso said, “We need to evolve into a company that creates economic value coupled with social and environmental contributions to with-stand the challenges ahead of us and understand the importance of pursuing economic development without harming our natural resources.”

He added, “Isuzu being your long-time ‘Responsible Partner’ is stepping up the notch with a series of changes in company direction and activities.”