Kia Philippines continues its expansion with a new dealership in Central Visayas. Located in Tagbilaran City, Bohol, the new location will provide award-winning vehicles and outstanding services to more Filipinos in the region.
Strategically placed in the business hub of the province, the new dealership features a world-class lineup comprised of sport sedans to stylish SUVs. Businesses may also benefit from the Kia’s K2500 model which is a powerful cargo-carrying tool with many variants to suit many needs. Each model, like the Soluto, the new Stonic, and the affordable Picanto, may be entry-level in pricing and marketing, but the features are some of the best in the business.
Situated in CPG North Avenue, Corner Upper Nino Street of the Dao District, the new dealership was designed by Strong Moto Centrum Incorporated. The new establishment is headed by president and CEO Dr. Silvestre A. Lumapas Jr. Along with vice president Marlou Du-Lumapas, and managing director Louise Camille Lmuapas.
The showroom itself features a 6-car showroom to display the latest models from the Korean brand. It also has 2 service bay areas to provide top-notch services to customers as part of the brand’s ‘Promise to Care.’
From a dealer standpoint, we are not just setting up a dealer for the showroom. We put it up for after-sales too.
Mr. Aligada also added that the expansion of their retail footprint is also for people to have their vehicles maintained by a certified dealer for after-sales. Currently, there are a total of 41 dealerships in the country, and Kia Philippines has plans to continue its expansion across the country in 2021.
According to Aligada, dealership expansion will not slow down because Kia Philippines is not yet in all areas it wants to be in. As such, and as per the President of the brand, “It will continue.” Together with Kia’s business partners, the brand is confident that the new dealership will help strengthen its presence and show the Filipino people that Kia is here for them despite the challenges presented by the current situation in the world.