With due consideration of most consumers towards the aspect of value depreciation, many of them tend to lean towards the second-hand or used cars, and honestly, it isn’t much of a bad thing. Buying yourself a used car is perhaps a sulit way in making the best out of your hard-earned money. That said, HMR’s having an Auto Auction as part of its second-anniversary celebration this coming December 8, 2018. With a keen eye and well-appointed knowledge with automobiles, you may be able to score yourself a good catch.
The said event will take place at HMR Sucat, specifically located at KM 21 East Service Road, South Superhighway, Sucat, Muntinlupa. Over 200 cars are in for the live public auction, which includes a variety of sedans, pickup trucks, people-movers, SUVs, luxury cars, and surprisingly, vintage cars which are composed of six Cadillacs. The units are said to be low-mileage vehicles.
Before December 8 approaches, supposed bidders can go directly to the HMR Auction House for viewing, with allotted viewing dates scheduled from November 30 to December 07, 2018 and open from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. Do take note that organizers require interested bidders to make a bid deposit of P20,000. The said amount is refundable if the bidder doesn’t win any of the vehicles.
Moreover, HMR auction also channels potential sellers as the quickest way of turning their possessions into instant cash. Bidders who are to attend the special auction are in for some special surprises, prizes, and various giveaways in courtesy of event partners.
“The past two years have been a time of strong growth for HMR Auto Auctions, and we (at HMR Auto Auctions) are proud to have introduced the auction method of sale to the automotive industry, and to provide the Philippine market with a quick, efficient trusted way to purchase second-hand vehicles.”
Do expect more cars than ever, as the 2018 HMR Auto Auction is proud to showcase a range of vintage and luxury cars as shown above serving as highlight units during the event. Mainstream nameplates are also made available, such as the Ford Ranger, Ford Everest, Mitsubishi Strada, Mitsubishi Montero Sport, and Toyota FJ Cruiser.
However, test driving is strictly not allowed, so it is advised that you bring your trusted mechanic for the full assessment of your preferred unit.
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