Geely opens new dealership in Quezon Avenue

Published August 7, 2020, 12:01 PM

by Inigo Roces

Autohub Group joins Geely family

Geely Quezon Avenue

Geely cars now has a new home along the automotive row of Quezon Avenue. Sojitz G Auto Philippines (SGAP) announced the opening of Geely Quezon Avenue, its second Geely outlet in the country managed by its dealer partner, the Autohub Group. The launch of the Geely Quezon Avenue comes 9 months after the Geely brand was launched in the Philippines. The Quezon Avenue showroom was originally slated to open last March, but was delayed due to the community quarantine brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic.  

SGAP President & CEO Mikihisa Takayama has warmly welcomed the Autohub Group to the Geely family. “This partnership is a huge step forward in SGAP and Geely’s goal to be a major player in the Philippine automotive industry. I would like to express my deepest appreciation to the Autohub Group for trusting and choosing Geely to be part of their growing automotive brand portfolio,” Takayama said.

Autohub group has been in the Philippine automotive business for about 21 years, having at least 19 vehicle brands under the group’s distributorship and dealership business. Through the years, it has also established its name and credibility through the luxury European brands it handled, which include, Mini, Lotus, Pagani, and Rolls Royce. 

“We are looking forward to being part of this emerging brand in the country. We believe in Geely’s potential in the Philippine auto industry under the good hands of SGAP as its local distributor. Thank you for trusting the Autohub Group,” Autohub Group President & CEO Willy Tee Ten

Geely Quezon Avenue is now open, Mondays through Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

“This is just the start of SGAP and Geely’s plan to make it big in the Philippine automotive industry. As we begin to expand our nationwide dealership network, according to plan, we want to assure our customers that Geely is here to stay and exceed the expectations of Filipino car buyers,” Takayama said.