Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI), the official business unit of Honda in the country, has successfully held a groundbreaking ceremony for the new location of the Honda Cars Fairview (HCFR). The new and relocated Honda dealership will still be managed by the business group of Gatewayfairview Motors Corporation.
The new Honda Cars Fairview dealership
Present in the groundbreaking ceremony that represented HCPI were President Mr. Masahiko Nakamura, Executive Vice President Mr. Ryohei Adachi, Dealer Business Division Head Mr. Noel Barachina, and Sales Division Head Atty. Louie Soriano, and Customer Service Head Mr. Delfin De Guzman.
Meanwhile, representatives from HCFR that graced the groundbreaking event include Gatewayfairview Motors Corporation principals Mr. Rommel Samadan and Atty. Cesar Buan.
“We would like to congratulate Honda Cars Fairview on the groundbreaking of their new location. Their relocation to this upcoming new dealership site will surely cater to the needs of customers residing in Fairview, Novaliches, and other neighboring areas,” said HCPI President Mr. Masahiko Nakamura.
A successful groundbreaking ceremony
The relocated Honda dealership will be situated at Mindanao Avenue corner Regalado St., Fairview, Quezon City along the main highway, departing from the current location at Don Mariano Marcos Avenue, Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City.
With a total lot size of 3,660-sqm., the HCFR will be equipped with complete vehicle service facilities for its after-sales programs and services such as general repair, preventive maintenance, and body-and-paint. It will also be showcasing the Japanese car brand’s lineup starting from the entry-level Honda Brio to the most premium Honda Civic Type R.
More car buyers will be introduced to Honda's lineup once the dealership is opened next year
Honda said that the new HCFR is set to open by the second quarter of next year. Interested individuals who cannot physically visit the car brand’s dealerships due to safety reasons can access HCPI’s virtual showroom available at its official website. It provides a showroom-like car buying experience in the comfort of their homes.
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