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Jetour celebrates 1st 100 days

MANAGING director of Jetour Auto Philippines Miguelito Jose excitedly shares the brand's accomplishments in their first 100 days. | Photograph courtesy of JAPI

Jetour Auto Philippines, one of the newest and most interesting car brands present locally, has reached a significant milestone, celebrating its first 100 days of operation. This momentous occasion marks a period of growth, innovation, and commitment to the Filipino market.

In an intimate dinner celebration with motoring media, dealer principals and business partners, managing director of Jetour Auto Philippines, Miguelito Jose, shared that the company’s first 100 days have been marked by exceptional progress, with over 300 Jetour vehicles now traversing the roads of the Philippines.

The company sees this achievement as only the beginning of a dynamic journey, driven by the enthusiasm of Filipinos who have warmly embraced the brand and its Travel Plus philosophy.

Jetour has set an ambitious goal: To have 50,000 Jetour vehicles on the roads within the next five years. This target reflects the brand’s confidence in its products and its commitment to meeting the needs of the Filipino market.

In the sales domain, Jetour Auto Philippines has emerged as a pioneer, crafting solutions that cater to diverse customer needs.

The popular “Drive and Save Program,” offering innovative down payment schemes and the opportunity to receive the down payment amount back after two years, will continue.

Additionally, the company is introducing a new program that provides 0 percent interest monthly amortization for Jetour X70 models, and the “Equity Match” framework, a groundbreaking arrangement that ensures customers’ down payments match their monthly amortizations.

Making purchases easier for OFWs was also among the points raised by Jose. These initiatives demonstrate Jetour’s unwavering commitment to delivering value for Filipinos’ hard-earned money and enhancing the accessibility of Jetour vehicles to a broader audience.

Jetour Auto Philippines has made significant strides in marketing, amassing an impressive 83,000 followers on their official Facebook Page within the first 100 days.

The brand’s expanded presence on platforms like Instagram, TikTok, and YouTube illustrates its engagement with a wider audience.

As the industry shifts from internal combustion engine vehicles to hybrids and fully electric vehicles, Jetour’s collaborations with distinguished banks such as BPI and Maybank have enhanced the landscape of sales and marketing strategies.

An upcoming announcement from one of their bank partners promises to inspire the new energy vehicle market in the Philippines, aligning with their commitment to sustainable development goals.

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