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Thursday, June 2, 2022

Suzuki Continues Expansion In Metro Manila With Refurbished Pasig And Araneta Center Dealerships


Accompanying the nation’s current economic resurgence this year, Suzuki Philippines Inc., recently announced the opening of two newly renovated dealerships strategically situated in the once again bustling streets of the metro – namely, Suzuki Auto Araneta Center and Suzuki Auto Pasig.

The two dealerships were officially unveiled through a Virtual Grand Opening event held last May 26th, attended by Chairman and CEO of the ANC+ Group of Companies, Mr. Anthony N. Cheng, as well as members of ETNA Motors Inc., Mt. Sinai Motors Corporation and the SPH management team led by Mr. Norihide Takei – General Manager for Automobile and Mr. Tamotsu Shimizu – General Manager for After-Sales Service & Marine.

Suzuki Auto Araneta Center, the ANC+ Group of Companies’ 12th Suzuki auto dealership, will resume operations under the new management team of ETNA Motors, Inc. in LGF Ali Mall, Time Square Ave. cor. P. Tuazon Blvd., Cubao, Quezon City.


On the other hand, Suzuki Auto Pasig, now relocated to Lot 1A-2 E. Rodriguez JR. Avenue (C5), Bagong Ilog, Pasig, hopes to be able to provide improved services to an expected wider clientele with its 930-square meter area with a now bigger service center that has 7 service bays and a showroom that can boast 2 display units.

“It is with great joy that we announce the resumption of operations in Araneta Center, as well as the relocation of Suzuki Auto Pasig to a new and better dealership with bigger and improved facilities,” shared Mr. Norihide Takei, recently appointed General Manager for Suzuki Automobile. “Suzuki Philippines is looking forward to this year’s continued success, in collaboration with our partners and loyal patrons.”

2 comments:

  1. The Vitara is no longer included in the Suzuki Ph website.
    Surprisingly, there are significant price bumps for some vehicles (ex. Ertiga and XL7).
    Then the Celerio is ridiculously priced.
    With those huge price increases, maybe Suzuki wants to lose out to its competitors.

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  2. Disappointed with the price increases of the Ertiga and XL7.
    The XL7 is competing against the Veloz, but the latter has advanced safety and driver assist systems. The Suzuki SUV is still same same..

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