Suzuki Philippines (SPH), the country’s pioneer compact car distributor, finishes the first quarter of the year with flying colors, posting the highest year-to-date (YTD) vehicle sales increase in the entire local automotive industry.
Achieving 21.4 percent YTD sales growth in March, SPH strengthens its presence in the market and sets its sight on continued uptick in the months to come. It hopes to continue moving up the industry sales charts after taking the top 6 position in local automobile sales, a step up from its seventh rank in the first quarter of 2017.
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Suzuki Philippines (SPH), the pioneer compact car distributor in the country, continues to expand its market footprint outside Metro Manila with the opening of a new 3S dealership in Santiago City, Isabela.
The new Suzuki Auto Isabela is the most recent 3S automobile dealership to open. Strategically located along the National Hi-way of Barangay Batal in Santiago City, the heart of Isabela, the new dealership is easily accessible to motorists, which then allows Suzuki to assist and accommodate more customers.
From April 15 to June 15, 2018, motorists fueling up in participating Caltex stations will receive three times the Happyplus points for every single receipt purchase of P500 worth of Caltex fuels. This means customers can get 15 Happypoints instead of the usual 5 points and continue earning triple the points.