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Hino upgrades its Balintawak and Pasig dealerships

The brand stays committed in rendering highly reliable products and services.

TruckDeal TruckDeal on Sep 04, 2020
Hino Balintawak

Hino Balintawak and Pasig just has just been upgraded in order to better serve the needs of its customers. This should further empower the brand to stay committed in rendering highly reliable products and services.

The said upgrade was done due to the state-mandated health protocols, which generated several concerns with regards to transportation. Given the circumstances, Hino Motors Philippines (HMP) has extended full support to both the Balintawak and Pasig branches, in order to enhance its overall service and deliver a more seamless experience in these trying times to all prospective consumers.

Hino Balintawak is easily accessible to motorists and commuters traversing the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX), with the dealership strategically situated along #5 EDSA, Brgy. 95 East Grace Park, Caloocan City 1403. Apart from showcasing its light, medium, and heavy-duty truck lineup, this facility also supports the Hino’s full line 3S, which is composed of sales, spare parts, and after-sales services.

Hino Pasig

The Hino Pasig branch, on the other hand, was relocated in order to cater more customers with the brand’s 3S offering. This showroom was then moved to moved to #80 E. Rodriguez Jr. Ave. (C5), Brgy. Ugong Norte, Quezon City, which is just a few kilometers away from its previous location. Positively speaking, this relocation gave the facility a bigger showroom area where it can showcase its line of trucks. Back in 2017, the Pasig branch earned its title as Hino’s 2017 Dealer of the Year, all thanks to its innovative sales programs and seamless business operations.

This innovative step was actually in conjunction with Hino’s Dealership Total Support Standardization program, which strengthens HMP’s 45-year foothold in the country, as well as ensure and maintain that high-quality service in all Hino dealerships nationwide. Notably, all branches comply with the health and safety measures mandated by the Department of Health.

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