Wednesday, 07 August 2013 15:06
(for immediate release)
With the choices available in the pick-up market and the usually high prices associated with the brand name giants, choosing a pick-up purely for utility purposes isn’t hard.
But businessmen everywhere in the Philippines agree, that for purely utility purpose, the JMC Hunter provides unbeatable value with the power, performance and economy it offers.
Available in single and double cabin 4x2 and 4x4, the JMC Hunter is also one of the most versatile with passenger type (FB), pick-up bed and dropside body formats available. In cab and chassis trim, the Hunter can also accommodate aluminum van body type for cargo, delivery or like in the case of Iligan Light and Power Company, for complete mobile operations for its power grid maintenance work in Mindanao.
“The JMC Hunter is proven tough. We use it for everything like carrying heavy transformers to our sites, going off road to fix powerlines, fixing points for our tall ladders,” says Albert S., operations manager at the Iligan Light and Power Company, one of two companies in Mindano with a fleet of JMC pick-up trucks. “In all kinds of terrain, the JMC operates, and it has never failed us.”
“JMC Hunter is a workhorse,” explains Mr. John Cueto., businessman and associate of a concrete aggregates firm in Cebu. “It is very utilitarian and rugged. We use it for all our business functions, including hauling cement bags when needed.” When asked about value for money, the reply was “the huge price difference becomes secondary when the performance is very good and satisfying.”
Starting at P680,000, the Hunter Double cabin 4x2 was designed and built with a collaboration with Isuzu Motors of Japan and Jiang Ling Motors of China. It is expertly assembled by craftsmen of Star Motors in Sta. Rosa, Laguna and is distributed by Dreamco Automotive Co., Inc. This gives the Hunter the biggest edge over other alternative-brand pick-ups in the market.
“Local assembly assures the Hunter buyer of three important things,” explains Dreamco Automotive Inc. CEO Greg Yee. “First it is built to local standards, with the parts fitted, and tolerances adjusted to suit Philippine road, traffic and weather conditions. Second, it also assures the buyer a steady supply of parts, since we know exactly what the inventory levels are and how many parts need to be sourced and supplied to keep the vehicles running properly. Finally, local assembly allows us to provide an industry-leading 3 years, 100,000 kilometers warranty on the JMC Hunter. We are so confident of the product specifications and the quality of our assembly process, which adheres to rigorous Japanese standards.”
“The most important aspect is proper servicing and warranties,” Mr. Yee adds. “We are very proud that we have thousands of JMC vehicles running and all are properly maintained by our dealers. We have never had a returned vehicle.”
So when the requirement is a practical, utility pick-up for business use, look no further. Look for the JMC Hunter.
For more information on this release contact:
Raymond Gregory B. Tribdino
+639209120832 / +639167729226
INFORMATION ON DREAMCO
Dreamco Automobile Company, Inc. Is the exclusive distributor of JMC vehicles in the Philippines. Dreamco is part of the Star Motors Group, the only surviving 100% Filipino-owned car assembly operation in the Philippines to date. The manufacturing facility in Sta. Rosa, Laguna boasts of world class assembly facilities with the strictest quality control levels gained from over 4 decades experience in the assembly of such brands as Mercedes Benz, Volvo and Nissan. Dreamco Automobile’s assembly of JMC vehicles vastly contributes to the employment of over 200 technicians at the Star Motors plant as well as the development of local talent and local parts for use in JMC vehicles. JMC is proud of its’ Philippine-made vehicles which has gained the trust and confidence of its dealers because of parts availability and quick response to dealer needs and the acceptance of the car buying public because of the high attention to customer service and attention to detail.
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