Honda offers free one year periodic maintenance, cash discount for BR-V customers

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To jump-start the new year, Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI), Honda’s automobile business unit in the Philippines has announced a special offer exclusively for their BR-V customers.

Until February 28, 2021, customers who will purchase any variant and year model of BR-V are entitled to a free one year Periodic Maintenance Service (PMS). Upon the release of their vehicle, customers will receive their 10,000kms./6th month, and 20,000kms./12th month PMS vouchers–whichever comes first. These vouchers will also contain the vehicle’s model, variant, conduction number, chassis and engine number. To claim their free PMS, customers must present each voucher to an authorized Honda car service center on their respective scheduled PMS dates, within the twelve-month period from the release date of their vehicles.

The BR-V PMS program is on top of the current cash discount and financing promos available this month. Customers may enjoy this exclusive offer with the following suggested retail prices.

Terms and conditions apply. The BR-V Free 1-Year PMS Program is approved under Fairtrade Permit No. FTEB-111174 Series of 2020.

To know more about the latest HCPI news and promos, visit the nearest Honda Cars dealership, or access Honda Cars Philippines, Inc.’s VIRTUAL SHOWROOM through HCPI’s official website at www.hondaphil.com

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