With Christmas only a few weeks away, Suzuki Philippines Inc. is doing a rerun of last month’s highly-successful DEALightful Wheels Promo, giving away another 10 units of Suzuki Skydrive 125 Fi motorcycles to lucky buyers of the Ertiga.
Those who will purchase any variant of the 7-seater MPV from Nov. 1 to 30, 2020 will be entitled to join the raffle. The Ertiga, with a price tag that starts at P738,000 is available in all of Suzuki Philippines’ 73 dealerships nationwide.
Raffle draw and announcement of winners—three from the NCR, three from rest of Luzon, two from the Visayas, and two from Mindanao—will be aired on Suzuki Philippines’ official Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/SuzukiAutoPh on Dec. 9, 2020.
Another Suzuki Philippines undertaking that will be making a comeback this November is the Suzuki Auto Festival Roadshow first held last Sept. 19-20. The second leg of the virtual event is set this weekend (Nov. 21-22).
“The success of the previous Suzuki Auto Festival Roadshow is a humbling experience for all of us in Suzuki Philippines and a proud moment for us as well that we are able to stay true to our commitment in championing the Suzuki Way of Life! We are looking forward to seeing our customers, fans, and new members of the community, and most importantly, to connect with them through this opportunity that we are happy to have taken with delight and passion,” said Suzuki Philippines VP and Automobile Division GM Keiichi Suzuki.
The second Suzuki Auto Festival Roadshow is perfect for those still deciding on what Suzuki model to buy or to those ready to buy one. Like an on-ground (physical) Suzuki Auto Festival, the virtual event was prepared in such a way that all inquiries and transactions are addressed promptly or in real time.
There will also be shows featuring the All-New Suzuki XL7 and the All-New S-Presso along with the rest of Suzuki automobiles that have become favorites and recommended by customers to their peers. Suzuki Philippines promises that attendees will enjoy yet another fun-filled experience with games and activities that the whole family would appreciate. The Suzuki Auto Festival also included a Safety Scout webinar especially for children.
“It is with events like this that we realize how connection between ourselves in Suzuki Philippines and our customers should be strengthened. Resilience is what the Filipino community shows every day as we altogether brave the challenges we are faced. For us, through the Suzuki Auto Festival, we are able to encourage a community that sees hope even during these trying times. We are grateful for your continued support and we will remain relentless in seeking ways to find innovations not only in our products but also with our service,” said Suzuki.
Like Suzuki Philippines on Facebook to know more about this activity. For more information about Suzuki Philippines and its automobile line up, you may visit their online showroom at www.suzuki.com.ph. For additional information visit http://suzuki.com.ph/auto/, like it onhttps://twitter.com/SuzukiAutoPH and follow on Instagram at @suzukiautoph.
Charles E. Buban is an old timer in the Philippine automotive journalism scene. He first started covering the automotive beat in 2003, writing news and reviews of new models and car tech, among other car-related stuff. When not writing about cars, he could often be seen riding his mountain bike or doing long walks in the hope of catching a couple of legendary Pokemons.