Cavitenos looking to buy an all-new Isuzu can now visit the brand's latest dealership. Less than 2 months after Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) and Isuzu Automotive Dealership Inc (IADI) signed a contract, Isuzu Bacoor has officially opened its doors to customers.

Present during the opening ceremony were key officials from IPC and IADI (which is owned by Ayala's AC Motors). Leading the ribbon-cutting service were IPC president Hajime Koso, IPC executive vice president Shojiro Sakoda, AC Motors president Antonio 'Toti' Zara, chief operating officer of IADI Alex Paguio, and branch head of Isuzu Bacoor, Valance Mauricio.

Located along Molino Boulevard, Isuzu Bacoor covers a total area of 5,000 square meters and will cater to customers living in Northern Cavite. It features the new Isuzu Outlet Standard (IOS) design, along with a 4-car showroom.

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It also has an extensive service bay that's comprised of 13 light commercial vehicle (LCV) bays, and 2 commercial vehicle (CV) bays. This will allow Isuzu Bacoor to both service light passenger vehicles and big tractor heads.

In the future, IADI plans to establish another dealership in Dasmarinas City. Once it's open to the public, Isuzu Dasmarinas City will serve Cavite's southern municipalities.

With IADI looking to cover both the northern and southern regions of Cavite, more Isuzu customers can buy or service their vehicles in the province.