Caltex and Suzuki Philippines are officially partnering up to give discounts and perks. Suzuki Philippines Inc. (SPH) announced in a press release the commencement of its partnership with one of the top fuel companies in the Philippines, Caltex. The partnership made its official start on December 2021.
Under Chevron Philippines Inc., the Caltex brand is one of the world’s largest energy companies with over 500 service stations across the Philippines. The partnership will see every new Suzuki vehicle owner be entitled to a special Suzuki-Caltex SavePlus Card. Suzuki vehicles purchased between December 2021 to November 10, 2022, will be eligible to receive the SavePlus Card for free. Having this card on you whenever you gas up at a Caltex service station will give you a fuel discount of P2 per liter for Silver or Platinum fuels, and a P1 per liter discount for Caltex Diesel—all with the cleaning power of Techron.
“Chevron is grateful for this opportunity to join forces with a brand we have always been avid supporters of. We are looking forward to this joint venture which I believe will be beneficial for all parties involved.”
The SavePlus card will grant new Suzuki owners a pretty substantial discount. On top of most Suzuki vehicles like the S-Presso and the Ertiga being frugal, the card will further enhance the driving experience, allowing the drivers to drive more and worry less about the cost of a journey.
"For us in Suzuki Philippines, it has always been about improving the customer experience. This is a great way for us to give back and support our customers as we show our resiliency and determination to bounce back for greater things ahead. Our customers deserve to enjoy and create more memories with their Suzuki cars. "
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