Honda Cars PH Suspends Dealership Operations

Ruben Manahan IV

The official local distributor of Japanese automaker Honda in the country has announced that they are suspending all operations—including their dealership—amid the enhanced community quarantine imposed by the Philippine government.

 

 

However, in a statement posted in Facebook March 20, Honda Cars Philippines Incorporated (HCPI) despite the temporary closure of dealerships, they are extending the Periodic Maintenance Service and Warranty for the duration of quarantine period.

Below is there official statement:

Honda Cars advisory

HCPI now joins the number of local vehicle distributors that has halted its operations following the announcement of Covid-19 in the country.

Earlier, PGA Cars (the local distributor of Bentley, Audi, Lamborghini and Porsche) as well as AC Motors (an Ayala company comprised of Honda, Isuzu, Volkswagen KTM and Maxus) has already suspended dealership operations.

AC Motors advisory

Toyota Motor Philippines and Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation has already advised to the media that all events will be suspended following the government's efforts to curb the pandemic.

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