Chery taps Commonwealth as its new dealer location

“Tried, tested, and trusted.”

This is how CHERY Auto Philippines President Rommel Sytin described the brand’s rapid dealer network growth, “CHERY might sound like a rookie in the local industry, but the team behind our expansion showcases an over 15-year expertise in network management.” 

Through United Asia Automotive Group, Inc. (UAAGI), CHERY Auto Philippines announced the future opening of its 6th and newest home in Metro Manila: CHERY Commonwealth. “It will be under the command of Luzon Industry Movers, Inc. (LIMI) and is set to open in the 4th quarter of this year,” Sytin noted. 

Considered as one of the country’s most populous cities, Quezon City (QC) boasts of a diverse and robust economy, hosting businesses in a broad range of professional and cultural fields. Along with North EDSA and Quezon Avenue, CHERY Commonwealth serves as the 3rd CHERY dealer in QC.

Strategically located along the stretch of the busy avenue, CHERY Commonwealth is seated on a 1,800-sqm dealership area inclusive of a crossover showroom, sales, and service facilities.

To date, CHERY Auto Philippines has a total of 19 fully operational dealerships. The institution targets to inaugurate eight more dealerships, particularly in Fairview, Quezon City; Pasay City; Bacolor, Pampanga; Subic, Zambales; Calasiao, Pangasinan; Lipa, Batangas; Gorordo, Cebu; and Kauswagan, Cagayan De Oro. 

Sytin closed, “We are overwhelmed with the acceptance of our market. CHERY Auto Philippines will remain aggressive in tapping more automotive rows not just in the metro but also in the local provinces to ensure that businesses, families, and the Filipino lifestyles get to experience the fun and function in every journey with CHERY.”

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