Honda offers assistance to vehicle owners affected by Typhoon Ulysses

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Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI), Honda’s automobile business unit in the Philippines announces the “Honda Helps” program, which aims to provide assistance to Honda car owners affected by the recent typhoon Ulysses.

Under the Honda Helps program, all Honda vehicle owners whose cars were affected by the recent typhoon are entitled to thirty percent (30%) discount on select Honda genuine spare parts and major electronic parts at select Honda Cars dealerships and service centers in Metro Manila and Luzon. The assistance will be available until December 31, 2020.

“We would like to express our deepest sympathies to our countrymen who have been affected by typhoon Ulysses. In our own way, we wish to extend our support to our customers during these trying times.” said Mr. Masahiko Nakamura, President of Honda Cars Philippines, Inc.

To know more about Honda Helps, visit the nearest Honda Cars dealership, or access HCPI’s official website at www.hondaphil.com

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