Bayan Automotive Industries Corporation (Bayan Auto), the exclusive distributor of BAIC cars in the country, officially opens their flagship showroom. With this, the Chinese marque looks to service more of their customers that are looking for quality passenger and commercial vehicles.
The 1,200-square meter showroom can display up to 12 vehicles and includes a cozy customer lounge, multiple sales offices, and an aftersales service reception area. It’s located within the Universal Motors Corporation compound at 2232 Don Chino Roces Avenue in Makati City.
The ribbon cutting ceremony was headed by Bayan Auto President and CEO Mr. George Chua, with the special attendance of BAIC International President and CEO Dr. Haiyang Dong. In addition to that, the launch of the flagship showroom includes the unveiling of 2 new commercial vehicles from Bayan Auto – the Bayanihan H5 and the Freedom mini truck. With these new models, the brand is looking to provide affordable yet quality workhorses for uprising small to medium businesses.
Today is a memorable day, an important milestone for BAIC. Definitely, BAIC flag showroom will not only effectively enhance the brand image of BAIC in the Philippine market, but also provide a comfortable service environment for Philippines customers.
Aside from the 2 commercial vehicles, BAIC’s full lineup was also on display at the newly inaugurated showroom. These are the MZ40, MZ45 Transporter, M20, X424, and the V8. The showroom will not only serve as a store for customers; existing BAIC clients are also invited to have their cars serviced anytime.
Bayan Auto is a subsidiary of Universal Motors Corporation (UMC), the country’s largest and oldest 100% Filipino-owned assembler and distributor, backed by over 60 years of experience in the local automotive industry.
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