NABUNTURANONS were treated to a two-day of fun surprises from Bajaj Philippines as the number one technologically advanced three-wheelers provider in the country conducted a road show at the Gaisano Grand Mall on September 16 and 17, 2022.

Touted as "AliwONE: The no. 1 three-wheeler Road Show”, the event gathered drivers and residents in Nabunturan town in Davao de Oro and its nearby cities and municipalities to give existing owners and potential buyers exclusive deals and surprises.

Customers who visited the two-day event got a chance to experience a test drive for three Bajaj units: Bajaj Re, Bajaj Maxima Z, and Bajaj Maxima Cargo.

“It has been a commitment of Bajaj Philippines to bring closer to the people our quality three-wheeler products and units. With AliwOne, we give our customers the best time to buy new units, spare parts, and avail aftercare services,” Ems Lansangan, Bajaj Philippines marketing manager said.

During the event, the first 60 registered existing owners, can avail free service, free oil change, and free oil filter. Spare parts of Bajaj units are also up for grabs at 10% off from their regular prices.

Meanwhile, the first 20 buyers of any Bajaj units will also receive a sack of rice and a grocery package. Other exciting things customers can enjoy from the roadshow are Bajaj Toda Singing Contest and Bajaj Dance Competition held Friday afternoon and Saturday afternoon, respectively.

Bajaj highlighted three of its best-selling units during the roadshow. These are Bajaj RE; Bajaj Maxima Z; and Bajaj Maxima Cargo.

“Currently, Bajaj RE is the leading three-wheeler for the commuting public. This is the one that we always see on the road. The Maxima Z, meanwhile, is perfect as a multipurpose partner for small businesses because of its flexible seating advantage. The other unit is called Maxima Cargo, it can be convertible to fit different business creative ideas for SMEs, LGUs, other public, and business services,” Lansangan said.

Diane Gidaro, a sari-sari store owner in Nabunturan took this chance to buy a Bajaj RE unit during the roadshow to avail of cash backs and prizes. She said she will use the unit for their family’s needs.

Rhyn Bucad, 45, also a sari-sari store owner for five years, also bought a unit on Friday.

“I long wanted to buy RE because this is also the common transportation used by most of our neighbors. I see it as a useful and functional vehicle to fetch my wife from their office and at the same time use it whenever we buy groceries for our store,” Bucad shared in vernacular.

Bajaj has sold thousands of units in the country and the demand continues to grow because of its tested quality and functionality. Bajaj, a company founded in India, partnered with Trimotors Technology Corporation – the exclusive distributor of Bajaj three-wheelers in the Philippines.