Auto Asia is introducing two brands to the Philippine automotive industry. While products are available, only one dealership from AutoAsia is present in the Laguna at the time of this article. Located at National Road, Purok 3, Pulong Sta. Cruz, Sta. Rosa Laguna, the new 1,300 square meter facility features a display area with both SsangYong and Changan cars parked prominently on the showroom floor.
Up to eight vehicles can be simultaneously serviced in the facility. Five out of eight of the service bays have lifters to give mechanics a better angle at which to tackle the periodic maintenance of each vehicle that passes through the doors looking for a service. Tire changing and wheel balancing machines are also present so the dealership can truly be a one-stop-shop for all your automotive consumables. Auto Asia is also extending its services to people who are unable to travel to the sole dealership. A Changan Star Truck is used to deliver all your periodic maintenance needs as long as the actions will be done within a 100 kilometer radius from the dealer.
SsangYong customers can also enjoy free 3-year periodic maintenance service from the dealership when they purchase a SsangYong vehicle. Parts, oil, and labor will be given free of charge to consumers who bring in their vehicle for the needed service.
Drivers can also enjoy a 5-year warranty for their SsangYong, while partner brand Changan offers different kinds of warranties depending on the model and depending on the use case of the vehicle; be it consumer or commercial use.
Plans of expansion are in place, with the company setting its sights on a nationwide dealership network located in the key areas of Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao, and NCR. Periodic maintenance is a definite must have in a dealership of this size. The company is also offering a mobile service arrangement where consumers can have their pride and joy serviced within a 100 kilometer radius from the establishment.
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