Starting the year on a high note, Chevrolet Philippines is expanding its dealership network through its newest showroom located in the Cagayan Valley region. The province of Isabela is the 2nd largest and currently one of the most progressive provinces in Northern Luzon. With this in mind, Chevrolet Isabela aims to serve this budding market with its full line-up of vehicles.
The new dealership, which covers an area of 1,200 sq. meters, can display up to 8 cars in its showroom with a modern customer-focused lounge. Meanwhile, it also offers maintenance and repairs in its service center that's equipped with 6 work bays.
All this will be managed by Mauricio S. Tallara, Chevrolet Isabela's dealer operator.
Located in Brgy. Mabini, Santiago City, Chevrolet Isabela is the 23rd dealership in Chevrolet Philippines's dealer network. It's owned by the REV-UP Automobile Corporation which also happens to own Chevrolet Baliuag and Chevrolet Tarlac. This means that the people behind the company have more than enough experience to take care of the brand and its valued customers.
“REV-UP Automobile Corp is excited for this 3rd partnership and new adventure with TCCCI. With our shared passion for the Bowtie, we hope to continue being the gateway for the top quality cars and services of Chevrolet to reach the people of Isabela province and the entire Cagayan Valley region,” said Josel Violago, President of REV-UP Automobile Corp.
Aside from Chevrolet Isabela, Chevrolet expects to open 3 more new dealerships in only the first quarter of 2015. The number should then go up to a total of 29 dealerships by the end of the year.
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