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May 12, 2020

Hyundai PH to Implement "Odd-Even" Scheme at Dealers, to Begin Home Service

Near empty service bays will be the norm at Hyundai dealerships nationwide as official Philippine Distributor Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) launches its 6-step Hyundai ARMOR program as it begins to resume dealership operations.

ARMOR or Active Response, Management, Operations, and Resumption minimizes face-to-face transactions at Hyundai dealerships. Aside from the regular sanitation of dealership facilities including the service bays, equipment, and vehicles in service, the Hyundai ARMOR covers everything from online service consultation (done through HARI’s website or Facebook page), use of two-way radios to maintain zero contacts between departments, and even an “odd-even” service bay policy to keep social distancing between mechanics.

Aside from dealer-centric activities, the Hyundai ARMOR program will begin to offer these programs to customers:
  • Hyundai CARLINISAN vehicle “deep-cleaning” and organic anti-bacterial disinfection/fumigation packages for added peace of mind once you hit the road again;
  • Hyundai D2D: Dealer-to-your-Door Program that deploys service mobiles to transport dealership teams for door-to-door home service (selected minor repairs) and pickup and delivery service;
  • Special PMS promo for service discounts and freebies. 
HARI President and CEO Ms. Ma. Fe Perez-Agudo said: “Hyundai ARMOR shows how our after sales team takes to heart the health and well-being of customers and dealership personnel. This is how we want to welcome everyone back: armed with a foolproof and sustainable means to protect you and your vehicles so that we all have better journeys and face better days ahead.”

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