From the right: MR. JOYDIP MOITRA - Head-International Sales Automotive Sector, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., Mr. Johnny T. Hernandez – Chairman, Asianbrands Motors Corporation, Mr. Shri Lalduhthlana Ralte - INDIAN ambassador to the Philippines, MR. PRAVIN SHAH - President & Chief Executive, Automotive, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd, Mr. AUGUSTO CAMACHO - President, Autocirculo Corp. and Mr. Felix J. Mabilog, Jr. – President, Asianbrands Motors Corporation.
Asianbrands Motors Corporation, distributor of Mahindra vehicles in the Philippines, recently launched its aggressive expansion program in the country with three new dealerships in Luzon, namely Quirino Ave., Las Piñas, and Pasay in Metro Manila. Complementing the Luzon network will be three more dealerships namely, Cebu in the Visayas region, plus Cagayan de Oro and Butuan in Mindanao, which will be opening in the next two months. All three Mahindra dealerships in Luzon are now open to cater the needs of the market. With its continuously expanding dealer network, which offers high-quality standards in sales, service, and spare parts, Mahindra is set to increase its market coverage in the country.
Mahindra’s new dealerships boast of state-of-the-art facilities, proficient service technicians, and highly knowledgeable sales consultants. Mahindra’s complete lineup is now set for viewing, while spare parts, accessories, general repairs, and preventive maintenance services are easily available to ensure a worry-free Mahindra ownership.
“We are very pleased with how Mahindra has rapidly expanded its dealer network here [in the Philippines.] In the months and years to come, it is our vision to further expand and strengthen the presence of Mahindra in the Philippine automotive market,” said Mr. Pravin Shah, President & Chief Executive – Automotive Division & Member of the Group Executive Board, Mahindra & Mahindra Limited.
“We are looking forward to seeing more and more Mahindra vehicles in the country. With a growing dealership network, our customers can rest assured that their Mahindra vehicles will always be in tip top condition,” said Felix Mabilog, Jr., President, Asianbrands Motors Corporation.
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