Ever since MECQ (Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine) was enforced in some regions, allowing the re-opening of select businesses, automakers quickly came up with “New Normal” protocols in order to reopen select dealerships nationwide.
One brand in particular, Suzuki Philippines, moved to re-opened dealerships across the country with new safety protocols to revive sales and service customer vehicles. As of May 27, 2020, a total of 64 dealerships in the various regions and provinces across the country have already resumed operations.
In the NCR alone, there are now 19 Suzuki dealerships in operation. The dealerships currently in operations are the following: Abad Santos, Alabang, Commonwealth, E.Rodriguez, East Ave., Fairview, Kalookan, Makati, Manila Bay, Pasig, Quezon Ave., Shaw, Sucat, UN Avenue, San Juan, Araneta Center, Pasong Tamo, Malabon, and JP Rizal.
Outside of NCR, the following Suzuki Dealerships in Luzon have also resumed operations: Angeles, Batangas, Binan, Calamba, Ilocos Norte, Isabela, La Union, Lipa, Marilao, Naga, Nueva Ecija, Palawan, Pangasinan, Pulilan, San Fernando, Sta. Rosa, Tarlac, Taytay, Legazpi, San Pablo (2S), Sto. Tomas, Dasmarinas (2S), Baguio, Bataan, and Ilocos Sur.
For those in Visayas, you may now visit the following Suzuki dealerships for sales or aftersales needs: Bacolod, Bohol, Calbayog, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Ormoc, Roxas, Tacloban, Mactan, Kalibo, SM Consolacion, and Oton – CV.
In Mindanao, the Suzuki dealerships in Cagayan De Oro, Davao, General Santos, Ozamiz, Zamboanga, SM Gen. Santos, Butuan-South Montilla, and G-Mall Tagum are now operational.
Along with resuming dealer operations to boost sales, Suzuki has launched the “Back 4 More” low-down-payment promo on the Dzire and Ciaz together with the newly launched S.presso and XL7 models.
So if you’re a Suzuki owner in need of servicing or just looking to buy one of the promo vehicles, contact the nearest dealer to you provided in the list above.