Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC) is offering a free 30-point service check-up to all owners of the Alterra, D-MAX, Crosswind, Trooper, Hi-lander, and the Fuego until August 31, 2016.
All of the said Isuzu vehicles that are manufactured and distributed by IPC, bought in 2013 or earlier, and with the last servicing date in 2014 are entitled to receive a free 30-point service check-up.
This special promo is available at authorized Isuzu dealerships, branches or satellite offices nationwide.
IPC President Hajime Koso invites all qualified Isuzu owners to avail of the free 30-point service check-up regardless if their vehicles are still under warranty or are not covered anymore.
The commercial success of Isuzu in the Philippines can be largely credited to the trust and loyalty that our customers have consistently afforded the brand. It is only proper that we in Isuzu Philippines nurture this relationship by inviting all Isuzu owners, regardless if their vehicles are still under warranty or are not covered anymore, to avail of this free 30-point Check-up promo,” said IPC President Hajime Koso.
The 30-point inspection may lead to recommendations for repair or replacement of parts but IPC stated that customers are “not obligated to have their vehicles admitted for further servicing.”
Approximately 30 minutes is needed to perform the free 30-point service check-up. However, additional time may be necessary for vehicle receiving and releasing process of the dealership. With that in mind, customers are advice to set appointments to ensure faster receiving process.
For more information about Isuzu and its vehicles, visit the AutoDeal Car Guide.
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