GAC Motor to open Cebu dealership

posted December 27, 2018 at 08:00 pm
by  Manila Standard
Pasig City—Legado Motors, Inc., the official distributor of GAC Motor in the Philippines, signed an agreement with Autozam Motors headed by Vince Lim to open a dealership in Mandaue City in 2019. 

GAC Motor to open Cebu dealership
From left: GAC Motor-China Regional Sales Manager   Frank Liu, Vince Lim of Autozam Motors, Legado Motors, Inc. Chief Executive Officer  Wilbert Lim, and LMI Vice President for Sales and Operations Giovanni Frias
The contract signing with the newest dealer was held at GAC Motor Metrowalk, Pasig last December 1 led by LMI Chief Executive Officer Wilbert Lim, LMI Vice President for Sales and Operations  Giovanni Frias, and GAC Motor-China Regional Sales Manager  Frank Liu. 

The new 4S dealership will be located at M.L. Quezon St., Maguikay, Mandaue City, Cebu. 

“We want to open the opportunity for every Filipino to own world-class yet affordable vehicles. This goal is possible with the support and trust of committed dealers,” LMI CEO Wilbert Lim said. 

Less than a month since the successful launch of GAC Motor in the country, the brand looks forward to expanding its dealership network nationwide. 

The wide range of GAC Motor luxury vehicles available in the Philippine market are: GA4 sedan (available in 1.5-liter manual and 1.3-liter gas turbo automatic  transmissions), GA8 executive sedan (available in four and five-seater variants),  GS4 subcompact SUV, GM8 premium seven-seater minivan, and the flagship model,  GS8 large SUV (available in 4x2 and 4x4 variants). 

Topics: Legado Motors Inc. , GAC Motor , Autozam Motors , Vince Lim , Wilbert Lim
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