Honda Philippines Inc. (“HPI”), the motorcycle sales and manufacturer, in partnership with DESMARK Corporation, the leading motorcycle dealership, unveils HPI’s largest Honda motorcycle retail concept in the heart of Davao City with the grand opening of the new Honda Davao Flagship Shop. This modern design shop will be the gateway to Honda’s mobility world where customers will enjoy experiencing quality products and efficient services in one roof.
The Honda Davao Flagship Shop is located in a land area covering approximately 6,960 square meters of building for showroom, sales, parts & after-sales service, Riders’ hall and test course area. This spacious new shop will serve every Filipino customers with highly attractive design and top quality motorcycles, genuine spare parts, and innovative power products. A cozy customer lounge is also provided to give comfort to customers waiting for their service and maintenance from Honda’s skillful and well-trained mechanics.
Unique facilities at Honda Davao Flagship Shop will be available to the public:
• Test course facility which is approximately 1,500 square meters (sqm), where riders can test ride their new motorcycles or try out newly released models.
• Riders’ Hall which is 742 square meters (sqm), ideal for motorcycle club events, activities, and gatherings.
To cater all the needs of Honda’s customers across the country, HPI is expanding Honda dealership in the Philippines. Currently, HPI has the largest dealership network in the Philippines with 497 shops combined Honda 3S Shop, Honda Wing Shop and Honda Flagship Shop.
The Honda Flagship Shop was already introduced in Cebu last January 2017 as the 1st Honda Flagship Shop in the country. HPI will also unveil soon its flagship shop in Manila within the 2nd quarter of this year.
Concurrently with the inauguration of Honda Davao Flagship Shop is the launching of various new models namely: Wave 110, BeAT Fi, Click125i, Click150i, CRF250 and CRF250Rally, showcasing Honda’s unique and attractive design, and Smart technology that responds to customers’ different lifestyles.
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