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Honda extends tires and batteries promo

This rainy season, Honda reiterates its adherence towards safety by extending its Tires and Batteries Promo!

Maintain your grip on the slippery roads and take advantage of original, brand new tires at your nearest Honda dealer, now at their absolute LOWEST PRICES EVER. Plus if you purchase at least two (2) tires, you are entitled to a FREE full gallon of Honda’s Semi-Synthetic Engine Oil (Valued at Php 1,500).  Purchase of four (4) tires gets you a full gallon of Honda’s Fully Synthetic Engine Oil (Valued at Php 2,400). You can claim your free Oils on your next Preventive Maintenance visit at the same dealership where you purchased your tires!

Meanwhile, if your battery is due for replacement, now is the perfect time to purchase one at your nearest Honda Dealership. Batteries are also now at their lowest prices ever, plus a purchase of one battery entitles you to a FREE full gallon of Honda’s Mineral Engine Oil. Reduce your spending even more, as Honda now accepts trade-ins for your battery as well.

Keep you and your family safe and protected from slippery roads and the hassles of a dead or dying battery during this persistent rainy season. Visit www.hondaphil.com, or your nearest Honda Dealer for more details. Take advantage of Honda’s Tire and Battery Promo now! Promo is valid until September 30, 2013 only.

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