The current pandemic halted a lot of things around the globe most especially people’s mobility. That however, did not stop Suzuki Philippines Incorporated from expanding its network to make its motorcycles more accessible to the Filipino people.
The Japanese giant opened 10 Suzuki 3S Shops this year making its total number of exclusive stores 70 nationwide.Suzuki has now expanded its network in all over the country. Just this December alone, Suzuki inaugurated 4 3S Shops located in Tawi-Tawi (December 8), Daet in Camarines Norte (December 10), Digos City in Davao Del Sur (December 14) and Calapan in Oriental Mindoro.
The Suzuki 3S Shop offer a complete one-stop-shop experience for everything Suzuki motorcycles. From sales of complete line-up of Suzuki motorcycles from Semi-automatic or the Underbones – the Underbone King Raider R150 Fi and Carburetor; the Smash which is the No. 1 Underbone Leisure motorcycle in the Philippines as well as the Raider J Crossover, the brand’s dual-purpose bike specifically made by Suzuki for the Filipinos. There’s also Scooters line-up with the well-loved affordably priced maxi-scooter Burgman Street, the Skydrive Sport and the Skydrive Crossover. Filling the range of bikes are the full manual or the Backbones with the Gixxer 150, GSX-S150 and the mid-range motorcycles Gixxer 250 and Gixxer SF250. It also has a Suzuki Spare Parts corner and an Fi Service Center with a minimum of 2 Service Bays ensuring that your After Sales needs are well taken cared of. The showroom is designed to have an open space wherein visitors can watch the working scene of the service shop through a glass partition. All Suzuki 3S Shops are accessible and have high visibility with a good and safe condition. The stores are following the health safety protocols for the customers to have a worry-free experience.
The brand has 30 more shops to open by 2022 in the following sites: Lapu-Lapu City & Pardo in Cebu; Talibon in Bohol; San Pablo, Sta. Rosa and Los Banos in Laguna; Libis, Anonas, Novaliches and Munoz in Quezon City; Camarin in Caloocan; Gerona, Nueva Ecija; Legazpi, Albay; Midsayap, North Cotabato; Ilocos Sur; Batangas City; Dasmarinas City, Cavite; and Matina in Davao.
With the challenge of face to face interaction and the need to maintain social distancing, motorcycles became a preferred mode of transportation particularly for people on the go. The situation also opened a lot of opportunities for those who want to earn an extra income by using motorcycles for delivery services. They are also economical and easy to maintain kaya naman Oras na Para MagMotor!
For more information, please contact:
N: Edelyn Yanilla
M: (0917) 866-7442