Thursday, September 19, 2019

Hyundai Opens Truck and Bus Dealership in Baliwag, Bulacan


Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) formally opened the latest addition to its growing commercial vehicle dealership network in the Philippines, right in the booming first class municipality of Baliwag, Bulacan.

Hyundai Trucks & Buses-Baliwag, operated by the LausAutoGroup, is the seventh inaugurated CV dealership since HARI’s appointment as official distributor of Hyundai commercial vehicles in the Philippines in 2016.

The LausAutoGroup has been a key partner in the past 15 years as Hyundai bolstered its presence in key areas of Central and Northern Luzon. These regions are now hotbeds of major economic and transportation developments, such as the New Clark City, Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway (TPLEX), Manila Metro Rail Transit System Line 7 (MRT-7), and the soon-to-rise New Manila International Airport.

HTB-Baliwag offers a variety of world-class, durable, and fuel-efficient models like the County commuter minibus, Hyundai’s Modern Jeepney Class 2, and the Hyundai HD truck series (HD 65/72/78) that are built with rigidly constructed high-tensile strength steel frame perfectly matched with modern Euro-4 powertrains that allow optimum performance. In addition, Hyundai commercial vehicles are backed by a 3-Year, 200,000-kilometer Mileage Warranty (whichever comes first).

Adhering to Hyundai’s Global Dealership Space Identity (HGDSI) standards, Hyundai Trucks & Buses-Baliwag is also part of the Philippine Green Building Initiative (PGBI) and is “grEEEn” (Geared for Resiliency and Energy Efficiency for the Environment) certified.

The dealership’s dedicated and customer-focused Sales and After-Sales professionals are ready to bring expert mobility solutions to entrepreneurs.

HTB-Baliwag also provides Call for Service Inspection (CSI), a network-wide aftersales program that makes it easier to maintain a fleet of Hyundai commercial vehicles. Through this proactive service, customers can call for a Hyundai Service Team to come and assess the condition of their Hyundai Truck and/or Bus vehicle or fleet of vehicles at no added cost.

Despite strong headwinds, HARI remains strongly optimistic of its growing CV business. In the first seven months of 2019, the company’s CV sales have grown by a 140 percent.

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