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Chevrolet offers CHANCE to owners of flooded cars

The devastation Tropical Storm “Maring” wrought upon Metro Manila and most of Northern Luzon has affected many sectors, including the automotive industry.

As bad as in Tropical Storm “Ondoy” in 2009, many vehicles suffered damages from being submerged in floodwaters. The Covenant Car Company Inc. (TCCCI), the exclusive importer and distributor of Chevrolet automobiles and parts in the Philippines, recognizes just how costly it is to have vehicles restored to their former condition. Recognizing the burden that such situations can give car owners, Chevrolet Philippines came up with a special program called CHANCE.

An extension of Chevrolet’s aftersales services, CHANCE is a program that was conceptualized with helping the Chevrolet community in mind. It gives Chevrolet customers a “chance” to revive their flooded vehicles, minus the hassles of dealing with prohibitive costs for the repairs. This will be done through discount offerings such as 40-percent off on electronic control modules and 20-percent off on labor.

The program also gives them a chance to acquaint themselves with the unique brand of service that Chevrolet is known for all over the world. Fair or foul weather, Chevrolet’s services can always be counted on to pull through.

The CHANCE promo will be in place from Aug. 28 to Sept. 30, and will be available in all Chevrolet dealerships in Luzon and Metro Manila. Once there, customers can expect discounts of up to 40 percent on all electronic control modules, and 20-percent off on labor for services offered and scope of work recommended after the diagnosis.

Rose Dimalanta, SVP and director for National Aftersales Services, said TCCCI values their relationship with clients and will always find a way to be with them in all kinds of challenges.

“These are situations we hope will never happen. We at Chevrolet have always believed in being there for our customers, and that goes for good times and for bad. Our promise of offering lasting relationships with our customers will stand, especially in times like this. They trusted us to give them a vehicle that would get them through important moments in their lives, and we are going to stay with them to make sure that their vehicles are put back in shape for their daily use,” Dimalanta said.

Visit any Chevrolet service center nationwide or call for an appointment through hotline 846-CHEV (2438) until Sept. 30 to avail of the CHANCE offering. For further details, please log on to www.chevrolet.com.ph, and “like” and add Chevrolet Philippines on Facebook.

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