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June 22, 2014

Toyota Motor Philippines Now at 43 Dealerships Strong

The number one automotive company in the country, Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation (TMPC), continues to focus its efforts in genuine customer service as seen in its dealer expansion this 2014. Just this month, the company opened two (2) new dealerships in Puerto Princesa, Palawan and Taytay, Rizal ready to serve its customers in nearby areas. To date, Toyota’s network of dealerships has already reached 43 and this number is expected to increase further by the end of the year.

Toyota Taytay and Toyota Puerto Princesa opened its doors to the public last June 6 and June 10 respectively to cater to the growing demand of the market in these provinces. The opening of these dealerships in key strategic areas outside NCR aims to bring Toyota’s products and quality service closer to its customers.

In 2013, Toyota Motor Philippines (TMP) opened 10 new dealerships namely: Toyota Calamba (TCL), Toyota Mandaue-South (TMD-S), Toyota Marilao (TMR), Toyota Tacloban (TTL), Toyota Plaridel, Bulacan (TPB), Toyota Cordon, Isabela (TCN), Toyota Butuan (TBT), Toyota Camarines Sur (TCS), Toyota Tagum (TTC), and Toyota Dumaguete (TDU.) This is in line with TMPC’s continued thrust of bringing utmost convenience to its customers in these areas.

In a statement, President of TMPC, Mr. Michinobu Sugata expressed “The opening of new Toyota dealerships since last year is part of the company’s overall network expansion program.  The market demand, in and outside the National Capital Region, is expected to grow even further in the coming years. Having said that, it is our responsibility to reach out and provide our services that will make it more accessible and convenient to our customers.  Currently, we already have 43 dealerships nationwide and the public can expect more to open within the year.”

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