Honda gives customers a P5,000 treat through BR-V and All-New City referral program

Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI), Honda’s automobile business unit in the Philippines offers a great treat to Honda owners through its referral program for the BR-V and All-New City.

Until December 31, 2020, all current Honda owners who are interested to refer a BR-V and All-New City buyer may download the referral here and submit the necessary requirements to the referee’s preferred dealership. Upon every successful referral, Honda customers will receive P5,000 worth of E-Gift Certificates. For more information, visit www.hondaphil.com/promos/referral-program.

As part of its 30th anniversary celebration last October, Honda rolled out a referral program in order to express its unending gratefulness and recognition to its loyal Honda customers throughout the years.

Launched last October 22, 2020, the All-New City is available with special all-in low downpayment offers. Moreover, as an additional exciting deal for customers, Honda is offering the All-New City at the following Special Introductory Suggested Retail Prices from October 22, 2020 until December 31, 2020:

For Honda BR-V, listed below are the complete available variants, suggested retail prices, special / regular all-in downpayment offers, and cash discounts:

“We would like to express our gratitude to our dear customers for their continuous patronage to the Honda brand throughout the years through the BR-V and All-New City’s referral program. We hope to be of service to them for many more years to come.” said Masahiko Nakamura, Honda Cars Philippines, Inc. (HCPI) president.

To know more about the BR-V and All-New City Referral Program, visit the nearest Honda Cars dealership, or access Honda Cars Philippines, Inc.’s VIRTUAL SHOWROOM through HCPI’s official website.

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