Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) recently conducted a groundbreaking ceremony for its newest dealership, Honda Cars Manila Bay. With a land area of 3,000 sq. m, it lies within the Aseana Business Park, along Bradco Avenue in Parañaque City.
Strategically located within the perimeter of the next Central Business District in Manila, Honda Cars Manila Bay will offer the latest Honda product line-up and vehicle service facility manned by a team of highly trained mechanics for preventive maintenance and general repairs. It will also house the country's first Honda Museum which will showcase the brands’ rich history from its humble beginning to the present product technologies and development. The museum will also display several popular Honda automobiles, motorcycles, and power products.
Honda Manila Bay will be the 6th branch operating under the Honda Cars Makati, Inc. (HCMI) group of dealerships, with other branches located in Makati, Pasig, Alabang, Shaw and Bonifacio Global City.
The groundbreaking ceremony was headed by President and General Manager of HCPI, Mr. Toshio Kuwahara together with the Chairman and President of Ayala Automotive Holdings Corp., Mr. John Philip Orbeta, and Deputy CEO of Ayala Automotive Holdings Corp. and President & COO of HCMI, Mr. Emmanuel Aligada. Distinguished guests from both the government and private sector also graced this memorable event.
Soon residents and customers situated near the area of Parañaque and Pasay can have a more convenient access to Honda’s products and services.
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