Suzuki, one of the country’s leading motorcycle brands, is reaching out to tricycle drivers and operators with its Suzuki Mola Bira, Bida ang Toda provincial roadshow. During the three-day campaign, tricycle drivers and operators are treated to a fiesta-like celebration which includes a stunt show, fun games, trike-khana challenge, a talent contest dubbed as Talentadong TODA, a safety riding and preventive maintenance seminar.
Suzuki motorcycle owners are treated to a free service campaign dubbed as the “LIBRE SERBIS YO!” which include free change oil and oil filter plus service check up. There are also snacks and give-aways when they avail of this free service campaign. Several test units of the Suzuki Mola 150 and Suzuki Mola 125 are also available for test ride.
The Suzuki Mola models are four-stroke motorcycles designed specially for the heavy-duty requirements of tricycle operators and delivery services. These livelihood models have been upgraded to make them more powerful and more durable.
The Suzuki Mola 150 is powered by a fuel-efficient four-stroke air-cooled engine that delivers up to 67km/li, making it one of the most economical motorcycles for business use. The Suzuki Mola 125, meanwhile, four-stroke engine compliant with Euro 1 emission standards.
The first leg of the Suzuki Mola Bira, Bida ang Toda campaign, kicked off in Cabanatuan City last August 5 to 8, 2009 in partnership with Royce Motorcycle Trade Corporation. Other legs are scheduled for Tuguegarao, Bulacan, Zambales, Balayan, Lipa City, Roxas City, and Nasugbu.
During the three day campaign in Cabanatuan held from August 6-8, the total number of serviced motorcycle units amounted to 720. Indeed a great feat which can be attributed to the joint efforts of Royce Motorcycle Trade Corp. & Suzuki Philippines.
Interested tricycle drivers and operators may see posters and print ads for details.
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