Totally Amazing Eco Run now on it's Second Leg

Totally Amazing Eco Run now on it's Second Leg image

Text: / Photos: | posted January 25, 2007 00:00

Once again, Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI), in partnership with Total (Phils.) Corporation, hold an activity that demonstrates fuel efficiency.

Totally Amazing Eco Run, now on its second leg, is a fuel efficiency driving competition, which aims to highlight the fuel efficiency of i-VTEC engine and to dedicate the public with basic efficient driving techniques.

"In times of fuel crisis, it is imperative to be keen and observant with the amount of gas consumed on daily trips," Mr. Arnel Doria, HCPI's VP for Marketing says. "This effort includes applying the proper skills in driving. And of course, driving an i-VTEC engineered car adds greatly to one's goal in saving gas," he adds.

The Totally Amazing Eco Run Leg Two is open to car owners of 1.8 Civic, equipped with i-VTEC engine.

Two legs are dedicated for highway driving. Meanwhile, the other two legs will be devoted under city driving. The first leg was attended by 1.8 Civic A/T owners and was held under city driving. The second leg, open to 1.8 Civic M/T Civic owners will be conducted under city driving on January 27, 2007. The assembly takes place at the Teriyaki Boy Restaurant in Madison Square, Ortigas Avenue. The competition flags off at the Total Greenhills in Ortigas Avenue.

Participants will receive a tank of Total Premium Unleaded gasoline and exclusive Honda items. Cash and exciting prizes await the winning teams with the most fuel efficient Civic.

Motolite, the official battery of Totally Amazing i-VTEC eco run, BPI/MS Insurance, Concept One Wheels, and AVT and Intelligent Car Multimedia endeavored with HCPI in imparting key efficient driving techniques.

Through the help of ABS-CBN, Studio 23, RX 93.1, NU 107, Jam 88.3, 99.5 RT, and RMN Networks, the event was made possible.

For more information, rush over to the nearest authorized Honda car dealer in the Metro and sign up for the thrilling challenge.