Motor Image Pilipinas, Inc. (MIPI), Subaru’s exclusive distributor in the Philippines, observes one of the best ways to thank its customers. We may hear thank you every day and feel like it’s a normal thing. However, in Japanese culture, giving thanks is a special and spiritual thing to do.
In fact, Japan observes what they refer to as Labor Thanksgiving Day (Kinro Kansha no Hi) yearly, where they give and receive gratitude to and from co-hardworking people. MIPI wants to thank its customers the same special way, as it’s conducting another Kansha Festival.
This August 23 to 25 and August 28 to September 1, customers may enjoy notable discounts on parts and labors depending on the car’s year model. For vehicles from 2006 to 2011, owners may get 15% discount on both parts and labors. Vehicles from 2012 to 2015 get 10% discount on parts and 15% on labor. Meanwhile, owners of cars from 2016 to present get 10% on both parts and labor.
Not only does MIPI offer discounts on services and sales, customers are also subjected to an absolutely free 25-point Safety Check-Up. This is applicable to any local dealerships so Subaru existing and new owners may feel guaranteed and sound from any technical and mechanical problems that may arise in the future.
You may avail this expression of gratitude from Subaru Philippines through any of the 16 Subaru showrooms in the country. There’d also be food and refreshments to welcome visiting customers, as well as the whole family. If you’re one of those looking forward to buy a Subaru of any new model, the MIPI promises exclusive sales offers specifically prepared for you.
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