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June 18, 2015

Suzuki treats Manileños to Free Car Check-Up

Just a few days before the City of Manila celebrates its 444th foundation day, Suzuki Philippines, Inc. is already set to treat Suzuki car owners in the area to a free comprehensive 15-point automobile check-up. On June 19 and 20 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM, customers can go to Suzuki Auto Manila Bay to have their units inspected by trained and qualified Suzuki technicians for free.

The two-day service camp, which is dubbed as Suzuki @ Work, is the annual Free Check-up Service Campaign (FCSC) after sales initiative of Suzuki. The FCSC aims to help Suzuki owners, even those with expired car warranties, to maintain the top-notch performance of their vehicles.

The comprehensive 15-point check-up will last for an hour and will include horn, lights, and brake inspection, vehicle fluid refills, battery checks using a computerized battery tester, and engine performance evaluation using the Suzuki Diagnostic Tool (SDT).  Aside from the free check-up, Suzuki Auto Manila Bay will also be offering special discounts on spare parts and accessories during the service camp.

Suzuki Philippines President Hiroshi Suzuki shares, “Our commitment to delivering efficient services to our customers does not end after we make a sale.  This free automobile check-up campaign underscores our dedication to bring only the best after sales services available to our clients.”

Suzuki Auto Manila Bay is located at Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard corner Sen. Gil J. Puyat Avenue, Pasay City. For more information on this upcoming service camp, customers can call at: +63-2-822-6933 or (02) +63-2-804-0908.


  1. Why don't we get more of these free checks from dealers down under! Haha! I mean, if they all want our business, they should pull out all the stops to make sure us customers are being spoilt literally for choice! Haha!

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