Philippine car dealerships stop operations amid COVID-19 woes

Updated Mar 24, 2020 | Same topic: COVID-19 Updates

There are countless car dealerships all over Luzon that temporarily stopped their operations to prevent COVID-19 from spreading.

The outbreak of the Coronavirus will definitely go down to history books. We are all deeply saddened by the fact that many people are affected – so as the auto industry.

COVID-19: the Philippines imposes strict quarantine measures in Luzon

It is said that in the auto industry, expect a 2.5 percent decrease in global sales this year. Brands such as Nissan, Kia, and Honda are forced to cease production due to the continuous spread of the virus.

Here in the Philippines, car dealerships are temporarily closed due to the Enhanced Community Quarantine implemented by the government.

We must help each other prevent the virus from spreading even more. For that, we listed down the confirmed car dealerships that are temporarily closed and included their provided contacts so you can still send them your concerns and inquiries while we are undergoing Enhanced Community Quarantine.

Public advisory of car brands

Car dealerships are closed temporarily until further notice

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Car Dealerships: List & Contact info

Audi | 0917 897 1009 / 0917 868 5494

BMW | (632) 3433 3191, (632) 8248 7777

Bentley | 0917 812 2565

Changan | customer.relations@autoasia.ph

Chevrolet | 5428-2438 or customercare@chevydeskhelp.com

Ferrari | +63 956 249 6805 / crm@ferrariphils.com

Ford | +63-2-8866-9408 or 1-800-10-736-3673; emailus@ford.com

GAC Motor | Sales: (02) 8252-7715 or (+63) 999-991-2791 / Service: (02) 8820-4299 or (+63) 917-308-3700 / Dealer Development: (+63) 917-308-2700

Geely | customer.service@geelyph.com or customer.care@geelyph.com

Haima | 0918 854 2220

Honda | www.hondaphil.com

Hyundai| wecare@hyundai-asia.com

Isuzu | customer-relations@isuzuphil.com

JAC Motors | https://jacmotors.ph/ 

JMC | customercare@jmc.com.ph

Jaguar & Land Rover | +63919 083 6397; +63919 068 2598

Kia | kia.customercare@acauto.ph

Lamborghini | 0917 580 1059

Lexus | customer.assistance@lexus.com.ph

MG | (02) 5328-4664

Maserati | ask@modenamotorsports.com.ph or +63 956 249 6805

Maxus | customercare@maxus.com.ph

Mazda | customer.service@mazda.ph

Mini | mymini@autohubgroup.com / customer.service.mini@lausgroup.com.phh

Mitsubishi Motors | facebook.com/MitsubishiMotorsPH/

Porsche | 0917 824 7618 / 0917 560 9184 / 0917 810 8654

SsangYong | customer.relations@autoasia.ph, +63 917 830 8336, +63 917 806 5150

Toyota | customerassistance@toyota.com.ph

Volkswagen | customercare@volkswagen.com.ph

Volvo | volvoph@volvophils.com

Public advisory of car brands

Some of the public advisories that are posted online 

Public advisory of car brands

Almost all car dealerships ceased operation on March 17, 2020

To stay updated, visit Philkotse.com for daily news and reviews in the auto industry.

Rex Sanchez

Rex Sanchez

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Rex started off his career in the aviation industry before entering Philkotse as a staff writer. Two things excite him the most: first is staying up to speed with the latest news in the industry that uses engines as their heart and soul. The second is imparting them in a well-detailed manner. His passion for anything with wheels started when he was young – from Tamiyas to family-friendly sedans, and anything in between.

Someday, Rex only wishes to drive on random highways with friends in a third-gen Mitsubishi Delica with aftermarket sunroofs, if he couldn’t get the Starwagon Super Exceed edition.

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