Hyundai opens new dealership in pampanga

Hyundai Asia Resources Inc., the distributor of Hyundai vehicles in the Philippines, unveiled its newest passenger car dealership in Angeles City, Pampanga. 

The new showroom and service center complies with the Global Dealership Space Identity (GDSI) standards that the Korean automaker has. It follows the modern design philosophy of Hyundai Motor Company (HMC) that mirrors and complements its vehicles such as the Reina, Accent, Kona, Tucson, Grand Starex, and Santa Fe. HARI hinted that the newly-launched dealership and others that are opening this year will be housing the South Korea automaker’s latest innovations slated for 2020.

The location of the showroom and service center presents an ideal area for the Korean manufacturer to enter. Angeles City is a first-class highly urbanized city and Pampanga’s commercial, financial, and industrial hub. It is also considered as the gaming center of Central Luzon. With such a rich economy in the area, it’s not hard to understand why Hyundai wanted to set up shop there.

hyundai angeles dealership inauguration

The Hyundai Angeles is the second Hyundai passenger car dealership in Pampanga. It is also the third in Central Luzon operated by the Hizon group. The group of companies counts as among the first four pioneer dealers in the Philippines. Maria Fe Prez-Agudo chimes in and states that the automaker is right where it should be. She continues by saying that the third dealership under the Hizon Group is designed to respond to the needs of the booming industry of Angeles.

Bakit Hyundai? My classmates asked back in 2001. I asked my mom and she said, ‘Your father saw the future of Hyundai… My father had faith. Hyundai Pampanga opened in December 2001 and is currently No. 3 in its area per market share. Hyundai Tarlac, which opened in November 2007, ranks No. 2 in its area per market share.
hyundai ambulance turnover

The event didn’t just stop with the inauguration fo the new dealership. Hyundai Philippines also had a signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), in which  700 units of the Hyundai H-100 Class-1 modern PUVs would be allocated to the local transport groups in the area. Aside from the modern PUVs, another highlight from the event was the turning over of an H-100 ambulance to the local government. Both activities signify the South Korean automaker’s support for the national PUV modernization program.

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