CAR companies are responding to the needs of customers whose vehicles were affected by the recent heavy rains and typhoon by slashing prices of flood-damaged parts and discounting labor charges on repairs. Here are three offering their assistance:
Ford Phils. said its dealers are responding to the needs of Ford customers by offering special rates on the repair of Ford vehicles that have been damaged by Typhoon Maring’s floodwaters.
“Together with the support of the entire Ford dealer network, we are extending support to our customers who have been affected by the recent typhoon and flooding,” said Ford Phils. Customer Service Director Margo Delfinado.
Ford said that it is offering a 20-percent discount on parts not covered by insurance plans and a 10-percent discount on labor at any authorized Ford dealership. The offer runs until October 31.
For insurance-covered repairs, customers will receive a 15-percent discount on parts and the same 10-percent discount on labor.
To be eligible, Ford said the vehicles must have been purchased from an authorized Ford dealership and must be received by the dealer between August 20 and October 31. Discounts are not applicable to parts sold over the counter and are not convertible to cash.
Authorized Ford dealerships are located in Alabang, Balintawak, Commonwealth, Edsa, Global City, Libis, Makati, Manila, Manila Bay and Quezon Avenue. Provincial dealerships are in Batangas, Bohol, Butuan, Cabanatuan, Cagayan de Oro, Cainta, Cavite, Cebu, Dagupan, Davao, Ilocos Norte, Iloilo, Isabela, Laguna, Lipa, Minglanilla, Negros Occidental, Pampanga, Subic, Naga, Tacloban, Tarlac and Isabela.
For more information, log on to www.ford.com.ph.
MITSUBISHI MOTORS PHILS. CORP.
MITSUBISHI Motors Phils. Corp. (MMPC) announced it had started its repair assistance program for customers whose vehicles were affected by the recent heavy monsoon rains and Typhoon Maring.
MMPC said it is expecting there will be a significant volume of vehicles requiring inspection and repairs across Metro Manila and other vastly affected areas in the country.
The company explained that the assistance program offers customers a 40-percent discount on engine and transmission ECUs, SRS airbags, electronic time and alarm control system and audio devices. MMPC said the cost of electrical parts, body and engine parts, and selected maintenance parts will be reduced by 30 percent. A 20-percent cut on labor charges is also included.
MMPC said it is continuously monitoring its dealers to ensure that quality service and satisfaction will always be served to customers. It also assured that the dealers have been working in full force to assist customers affected by the floods.
For more information, call (02) 658-0673 Mondays to Fridays from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. or log on to www.mitsubishi-motors.com.ph.
TOYOTA MOTOR PHILS.
TOYOTA Motor Phils. (TMP) announced that it will conduct a special service assistance program for customers affected by floods caused by Typhoon Maring, noting that special discounts will be offered on repairs of flooded Toyota vehicles.
TMP said a 40-percent discount will be given for purchases of engine ECUs while selected flood-damaged parts will sold for 20-percent less. Labor charges are also slashed by 20 percent.
“We at Toyota sincerely wish that all our customers are safe and well despite the strong rains brought about by Typhoon Maring,” TMP President Michinobu Sugata said. “After the recent calamity, we decided to stage this special service assistance to flood-affected customers as we feel this simple act will help our customers move forward from this trying time.”
For more information, call (02) 819-2912 or log on to www.toyota.com.ph.