United Asia Automotive Group, Inc. (UAAGI), the Philippine distributor of FOTON vehicles, recently held their FOTON Moto Fair event at the Megatent Events Venue in Libis, Quezon City.
The brand didn’t hold back in showcasing their full model lineup for the attendees to check out. These included the light duty trucks; Tornado Dropside, Mini Dump Truck, Telescopic Crane, Self Loader, Double Cab, F-Vans, Fire Truck and Water Tanker. Along with them were the bigger, heavy-duty trucks such as the ETX and GTL Tractor Heads, Cargo and Dump Trucks, and the Wing Van.
As for their heavy machineries, they featured the Wheel Loader, Excavator, Backhoe Loader, and the Road Roller.
“Staying true to our commitment of empowering your business is the best way for us to show our appreciation. Trends change and standards are raised even before you can fully catch up. At FOTON, our big goal is not just to satisfy the norm, but to exceed expectations as well,” said FOTON Philippines Executive Vice President Anna Maria Parado.
But FOTON didn’t stop there as they also brought out their passenger vehicles; the Gratour, Toano, View Traveller and TransVan, Thunder pick-up truck, and the Toplander SUV.
Various fun activities such as circus-themed performances, test drives, and a special synchronized dance performance by the FOTON Wheel Loader were held. To sweeten the experience, special discounts were offered to those interested in buying a brand new FOTON.
“We do not intend to slow things down. Expect more exciting activities, offerings and good news from FOTON,” concluded Parado.
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