Following its 300,000 sales milestone last August, Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC), the local authorized distributor for the Japanese commercial vehicle maker, announced that they have numerous promotions and other activities lined up till end of the 2020.
First off is the “300K Thank You Big Discount Promo”. This promo, slated to run until December 31, will provide customers an added P30,000 discount to D-MAX RZ4E and TRAVIZ S that would increase the total discount to P180,000 and P130,000 respectively, while other variants still enjoy the current discount offering.
Aside from that, Isuzu buyers shall also receive free Shell GO+ welcome kit with fuel cards courtesy of Isuzu’s official fuel partner.
IPC will also run a parts-and-service promo, dubbed as “Drive the 300K” promo. Valid until October 31, all Isuzu vehicles with odometer readings between 300,000 and 310,000 kilometers will automatically enjoy a 30-percent discount on parts and labor.
Further, frontliners with out-of-warranty Isuzu vehicles may avail the “Arigato Frontliners” promo, wherein a quick-change oil service in any Isuzu dealer would only cost P1,700. The promo period is from October 1 to December 31, 2020.
Further, to touch base with loyal Isuzu owners and their families, IPC will hold a virtual meet/hangout with the three biggest and most active owners’ clubs, namely the Mu-X Owners Philippines on October 10, Team ICE (Isuzu Car Enthusiast) on October 17, and Team Isuzu Pilipinas on October 24.
While the threat of the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic continues, IPC intends to continue to help medical frontliners by donating medical-grade personal protective equipment (PPE) such as surgical facemasks and gloves to the National Kidney and Transplant Institute in Quezon City, Vicente Sotto Memorial Medical Center in Cebu City, and the Northern Mindanao Medical Center in Cagayan de Oro.
Since March, the company has been lending vehicles to different hospitals to service frontliners as part of their “Isuzu Kasama Mo” campaign. Charitable institutions like Philippines Red Cross and Caritas Manila are also regular beneficiaries of their drive to donate PPEs and medical supplies.
In August, IPC achieved its 300,000-unit sales when the Isuzu Leyte dealership concluded the sale of an Isuzu D-MAX RZ4E pickup. Thus, in the course of 24 years since IPC began operations in 1996 up until the end of August 2020, a total of 300,133 units have been sold. Breakdown of which as follows: AUV, 113,475; Pick-up, 64,245; SUV, 63,669; and Trucks, 58,744.
Photo/s from Isuzu Philippines Corporation