Isuzu Philippines Offers Assistance to Typhoon-Hit Vehicle Owners

Posted: October 26, 2009 in Isuzu

Isuzu Philippines Corp., the world’s leading utility and lifestyle vehicle line, has launched a calamity assistance program that gives customers a 30-percent discount on parts and related labor charges.

“Isuzu is one with the country in these truly challenging times,” said IPC executive vice president Yuki Kato. “We would like our clients to know that we will extend all the assistance they may require to get their Isuzu vehicles back on the road.”

Under this program, Isuzu is providing a 30-percent discount on parts including engine, transmission, drivetrain, ECM/TCM, body panels, doors and electrical parts but excluding batteries and accessories. The same discount applies on labor charges for repair, replacement, installation and overhauling of the mentioned parts.

The program covers only those vehicles that are brought to Isuzu dealerships from Oct. 9 to 31. Should Isuzu fail to release the vehicle on or before Oct 31 due to unavailability of needed parts, said vehicle will still be covered by the program.

The calamity assistance package includes all Isuzu dealerships, authorized sub-dealers, branches and satellite offices.

“We understand that this is a situation that needs urgent attention,” said Kato. “So we would like to inform our clients that we will do our best to accommodate all their vehicle-related concerns the way we at Isuzu have always done it…quickly and efficiently.”

For inquiries, visit your nearest Isuzu dealership. In Metro Manila, Isuzu dealerships can be found in EDSA Balintawak, Quezon Ave., Commonwealth, Pasig, Manila, Makati and Alabang.

In the provinces, Isuzu dealerships are located in Isabela, Pangasinan, Cabanatuan, Pampanga, Bulacan, Cavite, Batangas, San Pablo, Bacolod, Iloilo, Mandaue, Cagayan de Oro and Davao. Check also http://www.isuzuphil.com for other Isuzu updates.

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