New Mitsubishi dealership in Lucena is brand’s 64th in the Philippines

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Those who live in southern Luzon are in for a treat. Particularly, if you’re in the capital of Quezon province, the newest Mitsubishi dealership will be very hard to miss. Just yesterday, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines Corporation (MMPC) inaugurated branch number 64 in the country.

Mitsubishi dealership in Lucena is the brand’s 64th outlet in the country

Mitsubishi Dealership Lucena Inline 01

Photo: MMPC

The newest branch of Mitsubishi in the country sits on a 4,000 square meter lot in the heart of Lucena. It has a showroom floor that can accommodate a 3-car display, plus a service area with a whopping 10-vehicle bays. It is helmed by Mizukuwa Motors Corp. (MCM) which also handles the manufacturer’s dealerships in Banaba, South Batangas, and Anabu Imus, Cavite.

“Lately, I have actually been visiting showrooms and mall displays to meet and speak to customers. Hearing their voices and learning the culture have further inspired me to bring the Mitsubishi Motors brand closer to even more Filipinos and make their lives better,” according to Mr. Takeshi Hara, President of MMPC

Mitsubishi Dealership Lucena Inline 02

Photo: MMPC

With the very recent debut of the new Xpander, the Mitsubishi dealership in Lucena brings it closer to more customers who may want to see and try it for themselves. Such is the plan of both the brand and MZM.

“Come and visit our newest dealership to see up close and test drive the latest Mitsubishi models, including the New Xpander. Our well-equipped sales team will be happy to help you… our fully trained service and parts team is ready to keep your brand new or existing Mitsubishi in tip-top condition… We value your peace of mind and want to protect you and your loved ones,” Paolo Borromeo, President of MZM Group

If you’re planning to purchase a new car, and if you live in Lucena, take this as a sign. The Mitsubishi dealership in your area is ready to serve you and all your Mitsubishi needs.

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