Isuzu Bacoor ready to cater to northern Cavite market

    MobilityCarsIsuzu Bacoor ready to cater to northern Cavite market

    The new Isuzu Bacoor dealership officially opened its doors on March 18, 2021, less than two months after the contract signing between Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) and Isuzu Automotive Dealership Inc. (IADI).

    (L-R): IPC vice-president for after-sales Wataru Miyamoto, IPC vice president Shojiro Sakoda, IPC pesident Hajime Koso, AC Motors president Antonio Zara, IADI chief operating officer Alex Paguio, Isuzu Bacoor branch manager Valance Mauricio, IGSE president Hajime Tsumori, and IPC division head for sales Joseph Bautista.

    Covering a total land area of 5,000sqm, Isuzu Bacoor is located along Molino Boulevard. It showcases the new Isuzu IOS (Isuzu Outlet Standard) design highlighted by a sprawling showroom that can display four light commercial vehicles, and a service shop with thirteen LCV bays and two CV bays that can cater to all types of Isuzu vehicles, from LCVs to big tractor head trucks.

    This dealership officially becomes IADI’s 11th dealership in Isuzu Philippines’ dealer network. It also extends IADI’s reign as the number one Isuzu dealer group—a recognition it earned in 2020. IADI, wholly owned by AC Motors, has been IPC’s partner since 1996 with a dealership network that spans the entire country.

    Part of a two-pronged strategy to capture one of the fastest-growing markets in the region, Isuzu Bacoor will cater to the northern Cavite customers, while maintaining the current Imus branch that will eventually be its satellite office. Later this year, IADI is planning to establish another dealership in Dasmariñas City to cater to the southern municipalities of Cavite, ultimately covering the entire province as demand and service requirements increase.

    The official opening was held in a simple ceremony, which saw executives and officers of IPC and IADI in attendance. Leading the ribbon-cutting were IPC executives led by IPC president Hajime Koso and IPC executive vice president Shojiro Sakoda, while IADI was led by AC Motors president Antonio Zara, IADI chief operating officer Alex Paguio, and Isuzu Bacoor branch head Valance Mauricio.

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