July 26, 2017, 10:46 am
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SsangYong vehicles now come with free 3-year PMS, 5-year warranty

SsangYong Berjaya Motor Philippines, the exclusive distributor of Korean-made SsangYong vehicles in the country, announces an all new program to keep all locally sold SsangYong vehicles in tip-top condition. 

Drive worry-free as you drive different with FREE parts and labor for periodic maintenance service for up to three (3) years or 60,000km (whichever comes first). Every brand new SsangYong vehicle also now comes with a 5-year vehicle warranty as standard. 

The value-added package applies to ALL SsangYong vehicles sold from November 2016 onwards. SsangYong owners may visit their respective dealerships and have their vehicles serviced, from the first 1,000-km check up to 60,000-kms or within the period of 3 years, whichever comes first, free of charge. In addition to this offer, SBMP guarantees that older generation SsangYong vehicles sold locally are also being accepted for servicing in their Quezon Avenue and Cebu dealerships.

“Our dealerships are prepared and equipped to provide parts and accommodate service requests for early and late model SsangYong vehicles, says Dave Macasadia, Managing Director of SsangYong Berjaya Motor Corporation.  

He adds, “Our aim is not only to provide Filipinos with high quality affordable cars, but we also strive to deliver total customer satisfaction by ensuring top-level service to make owning a SsangYong vehicle a pleasing experience. The implementation of the 3-year free PMS and the extension fro 2-years to 5-years warranty is a good start in achieving this goal.”
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