Honda Cars PH takes care of Laguna, Cavite frontliners with vehicle lend outs

Updated Sep 29, 2020 | Same topic: Automotive Industry Updates

This is to support transportation concerns amid the MECQ.

Personal mobility and public transportation in the country are evidently taking a toll due to the implementation of the modified enhanced community quarantine (MECQ).

Of course, this was implemented as a way to temporarily slow down the increasing COVID-19 cases count. However, this also means that medical workers will have a tougher time traveling to and from their respective workplaces. 

For this reason, Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI), Honda’s automobile business unit in the Philippines, decided to lend out 18 Honda cars to various medical facilities in Laguna and Cavite. This is done to support the transportation needs of medical health workers amid the pandemic.

Honda vehicles turned over for lend out to Global Care Medical Center of Canlubang

Honda vehicles turned over for lend out to Global Care Medical Center of Canlubang

The Honda cars included in the said project are the following: the City, Brio, Jazz, Civic, Mobilio, BR-V, HR-V, and CR-V. HCPI is also providing each Honda car with free gasoline good for the duration of the MECQ.

These Honda models were lent out to the following hospitals: New Sinai MDI Hospital and The Medical City South Luzon in Santa Rosa, Laguna; Unihealth-Southwoods Hospital and Medical Center and Perpetual Help Medical Center in Biñan, Laguna; Global Care Medical Centers in Canlubang and Cabuyao, Laguna; and Carmona Hospital and Medical Center in Carmona, Cavite.

The Honda HR-V, Honda's sporty-looking crossover

The sporty-looking Honda HR-V

Furthermore, HCPI has extended its ‘Great Deals, Bright Tomorrow’ promo as another way to provide Filipinos with mobility services during these trying times. The promo includes flexible payment schemes on the City, BR-V, Civic RS, and more.

“As tighter quarantine measures have been implemented once again to help control the increasing COVID-19 cases in Mega Manila, Honda would like to support the hardworking medical frontliners battling the pandemic by lending our vehicles to help ease their transportation concerns during the MECQ,” said Masahiko Nakamura, president of Honda Cars Philippines, Inc.

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Know more about Honda City 2023

Honda City

The City is Japanese subcompact car stalwart Honda's entry in the segment. Now on its fifth generation, Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) is offering the City 2021 in four variants: RS CVT, V CVT, S CVT, and S MT. Honda City Price Philippines from Php 953,000 to Php 1,093,000. All variants come with a 1.5-liter four-cylinder i-VTEC gasoline engine which generates 119 hp and 145 Nm of torque. In addition, all variants come with a continuously variable transmission (CVT) except for the entry-level S variant that uses a six-speed manual gearbox instead. As for the dimensions, this small sedan has a length of 4,553 mm, a width of 1,748 mm, and a height of 1,467 mm. From the looks of it, this vehicle looks well suited to go up against its rivals in the subcompact sedan segment such as the Toyota Vios and Kia Soluto.

As compared to the outgoing model, the exterior of the latest release looks sharper and sportier. The new model comes with a sleeker design along with a revamped interior and updated in-cabin features. Upfront, the top-spec RS variant comes with full LED headlights, LED fog lamps, a more prominent fog light garnish, a glossy black mesh grille, and a sporty bumper. On the other hand, the non-RS City variants also come with a striking facia but it doesn’t have fog lamps. Also, non-RS trims are integrated with halogen projector headlamps. 


₱ 953,000 - ₱ 1,093,000

Rex Sanchez

Rex Sanchez


Rex Sanchez grew up in Saudi Arabia where he saw and got into the automotive scene. He started his career for an aviation company in the said region, writing about turbines and rotors which are later distributed for educational purposes. And now, he joined as a staff writer. Currently, he is the youngest on the team and is more than ready to grow in the field.


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