On its 3rd successful run, Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI) will hold the Hyundai National Car Wash Weekend on July 1-2 at authorized dealerships, nationwide.
In the 2-day event, Hyundai customers get to enjoy a full vehicle pampering experience inside and out. The usual exterior wash, vacuum and tire black are stashed with the 23-point check-up using the Global Diagnostic System (GDS) Tool.
And the treat just keeps on getting better! Customers get a limited edition golf umbrella if they sign up for a Hyundai MasterCard.
Isuzu Philippines once again held its annual Service Skills Olympics last June 3 at Filinvest Tent in Alabang.
The one-day program was designed to empower and appreciate the importance of the key dealer parts and service personnel namely—service advisor, service technicians and parts analyst—whose roles have been the catalyst for the success of the company. The activity also strengthens and improves the theoretical and technical skills of IPC’s dealer parts and service personnel.
“HARI will continue to move forward in taking the Hyundai brand into the hearts of the Filipinos. Rest assured that we will only deliver best-in-class products and services to our customers. Basta gusto mo, kaya mo. Sama tayo.”
This news is from our friends at HARI (Hyundai Philippines), announcing a new Hyundai commercial vehicle dealership in Cainta that should help provide even better service for customers in Cainta, Marikina, Antipolo, and the rest of Eastern Rizal.
Hyundai Asia Resources, Inc. (HARI), the official distributor of Hyundai vehicles in the Philippines, recorded 2,521 unit sales for the month of April—a feat considering there were fewer working days within said month. This pushed total January to April 2017 sales to 11,362 units, up by 9% as compared to the 10,417 units sold in the first four months of the previous year.
Leading HARI’s impressive performance is the Passenger Cars (PC) segment, which grew by 10% from 7,073 units in January to April of 2016 to 7,753 units in the same period of 2017. Driving the PC segment growth is the Hyundai Accent as it remains as the brand’s top-selling nameplate with 5,162 units sold in the first four months of 2017.
The Light Commercial Vehicles (LCV) segment also showed remarkable performance as total January to April sales reached 3,609 units, an 8% rise from the previous year’s output. Faster than anticipated growth in this segment is buoyed by high acquisition of Tucson and H-100 models.
Sales and Economic Outlook
The Philippine economic outlook remains sanguine, with several banking institutions and credit agencies projecting GDP growth rate to fall between 6.5% to 7.5% for FY 2017. The economy is expected to maintain its upward trajectory, bolstered by the country’s strong domestic demand, within-target domestic inflation, stable OFW remittances, accelerated government spending, and the recovery of export numbers. The confluence of these factors bodes well for the auto industry as they serve as tailwinds for increased auto demand. With this, HARI is well in position to achieve more milestones to cap its 15th year of operations in the Philippines.