Suzuki Philippines, the country’s pioneer compact car distributor, has fueled its expansion in South Luzon with a bigger dealership in Laguna province.
Keeping its aggressive momentum across the Philippines, the company announced the opening of Suzuki Auto San Pablo, a complete 3S – Sales, Service and Spare Parts facility that offers an extensive display lineup and service facility to the growing patrons in San Pablo Laguna and nearby areas in the south sector.
Considered one of the group’s biggest dealerships to date, the establishment marks Gateway Group’s third dealership in the country.
The new dealership hub sits in the municipality of Alaminos in Laguna, a strategic location only a few kilometers away from the progressive city of San Pablo—the economic gateway to the Bicol region.
With a land area of 3,400 square meters, it boasts five service bays and a showroom that can flaunt up to six of Suzuki’s top-of-the-line vehicles.
Among those who graced the grand launch were General Manager for Suzuki Automobile, Mr. Norihide Takei, and Gateway Group officials headed by their Chairman and CEO, Mr. Markane Goho.
“Already known for its rich agriculture industry, we at Suzuki hope to take part in Laguna’s growing local economy as we seek to lead the further development of its automotive market, providing every family in the province with a wonderful car life journey,” Mr. Takei said.
“With this new dealership, our valued locals here can witness the full experience of Suzuki’s excellent customer services,” the official added.
Suzuki Auto San Pablo is located at Barangay San Benito, Alaminos Laguna. Customers may also get in touch with them through 0936 170 4892 or their official Facebook page.
For more information, you may visit any of the 71 authorized Suzuki Auto dealerships nationwide or visit http://suzuki.com.ph/auto/. For daily updates on Suzuki, please like Suzuki Auto Ph’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/SuzukiAutoPh, follow them on twitter at https://twitter.com/SuzukiAutoPh and Instagram at @suzukiautoph.